Centretown residents critical of proposed 21-storey high-rise
Some Centretown residents took issue with a proposed 21-storey apartment building on Argyle Avenue during an open house Wednesday evening.
Ottawa students protest Ford government changes to post-secondary tuition
Students protested Doug Ford’s tuition changes in Ottawa on Tuesday evening.
Canada’s new guide takes food groups off the table
Canada’s Food Guide now emphasizes plant-based proteins and healthy behaviours instead of food groups and serving sizes.
Women accused of committing quarter of crimes in Canada, Statistics Canada reports
Statistics Canada report reveals information about crimes committed by women.
City of Ottawa remembers the victims of Friday’s bus crash; Transportation Safety Board called in
The city of Ottawa is in mourning for the victims of the bush crash as the investigation continues.
Westboro bus crash victims all federal public servants
The Ottawa Police have released the names of those killed in Friday’s OC Transpo bus crash.
New program to help Ottawa police and paramedics identify potential tissue donors at scene of a fatality
Ottawa police officers and paramedics have been trained in recognizing a potential tissue donor.
Ottawa police issue 27 distracted driving tickets within week of new rules coming into effect
Ottawa police issue 27 tickets in the week after new rules came into effect.
Ottawa 2019: Historians to explore how the First World War shaped Canada
The conference will explore the return of Indigenous veterans, the contribution of nurses and the perils of moving from war to peace.