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First ministers gather in Ottawa to discuss climate, health care
The city’s finance and economic development committee voted in favour of bidding for the Canada...
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The commission approved a one-year extension of the Presto smartcard operating agreement with Metrolinx on Dec. 5.
Despite calls for a reduced price, more closely aligned with the community or seniors pass, the transit commission approved the EquiPass on...
Community protective services committee chair Diane Deans says the city needs to take better care of its assets.
Despite boosts for arts and social services organizations, the community and protective services committee heard that it’s not enough....
Vicky Kyriaco listens to parents at a bell time review consultation in April 2014.
A hike in the cost of student bus passes could mean 100 more yellow school buses on the road next year, according to Vicky Kyriaco of the...
Volunteers sort donated non-perishable food items inside the Ottawa Food Bank, located on Michael Street in Ottawa’s east end, on Dec. 7. The food bank has released its inaugural hunger report that details who is seeking help in Ottawa.
Hunger in Ottawa is often invisible, but a new report gives a face to some of those who are struggling to put food on the table each month.
Students had the opportunity to finish off their Christmas shopping at Stonecrest Elementary School's eighth annual Santa's Seconds sale. Older students like Cameron Tilley lended a helping hand to the younger students like Jaxon Alexander to help them purchase their gifts.
It was a kids-only shopping zone at Stonecrest Elementary School during their annual Santa’s Seconds sale.
Thousands gathered on Parliament Hill to check out the 32nd edition of Christmas Lights Across Canada on Dec. 7.
The holiday season in the capital officially kicked off as thousands gathered on Parliament Hill to check out the 32nd edition of Christmas...
More than 40 people attend the Dec. 6 candlelit vigil at the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre to remember the 14 female students killed at École Polytechnique in 1989, who were targeted by the gunman because they were women, and all other women and children killed or harmed as a result of violence.
The work to end gender-based violence isn’t finished, says Cathy Jordan, executive director of the Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre.
Attendees at this year’s Remembrance Day ceremony in Kanata lay their poppies on wreaths at the base of the cenotaph. Poppy donations in Kanata were down by $12,600 this year.
Poppy donations to the Kanata Legion were down by $12,600 this year and that means cutbacks for the groups and recipients of the proceeds.
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