Report reveals more Canadians are surviving cancer than ever before
New report reveals quality of cancer care in Canada.
Toss it: Romaine lettuce contaminated by E. coli, health agency warns
The Public Health Agency is warning Canadians to throw out and not consume products containing Romaine lettuce.
Homicides in Ottawa fell to 14 in 2017 while national rate highest since 2009: Statistics Canada
In Ottawa, the number of homicides in 2017 dropped to 14 from 24 the year before, a 43 per cent decrease.
Canadian War Museum adds another Victoria Cross to growing collection
The Canadian War Museum has been actively gathering as many Victoria Crosses awarded to Canadians as it can. They have 39 now, including four from the battle of Hill 70 in the First World War.
Planning committee gives a green light to large Kanata development
City committee approves plans to develop a large area of city-owned land in Kanata and give heritage designation to a century-old bungalow in Westboro.
Swiss German artist Paul Klee featured in Canada for first time in nearly 40 years
The National Gallery of Canada is presenting an exhibition of the works of Paul Klee.
Exhibition of photos at Canadian War Museum reveals diversity of soldiers in First World War
Far From Home is an exhibition at the Canadian War Museum that features photographs that reveal the diversity of the soldiers who fought in the war.
Sixteen people will be inducted into the Order of Ottawa on Thursday
Mayor Jim Watson announced the 16 Order of Ottawa inductees this year, in a ceremony at City Hall on November 22
Federal government invests $20M in Ottawa tech company Ranovus
The government of Canada is investing $20 million in the Ottawa-based company, Ranovus.
Architects chosen for Ottawa’s new central library
The joint facility between the Ottawa Public Library and Library and Archives Canada was approved by city council last year and is expected to open in 2024.