Watson nominates Diane Deans to head Ottawa Police Services Board
Mayor Jim Watson announced his picks for committee and board chairs. The council will vote on his picks on Wednesday.
Ottawa council meets Thursday Dec. 13 to consider private pot shops in the capital
In a new report, city staff recommend that Ottawa council should allow the private sale of recreational marijuana.
Occupation of McKenna’s Ottawa constituency office ends peacefully
More that a half-dozen young protesters from the group Climate Justice Ottawa took over the constituency office of Environment Minister Catherine McKenna at 9 a.m.
Allsaints announces a healthy partnership with Mealshare
The Allsaints event space is joining with a charitable organization to provide meals for young people in the 118-year-old former Anglican Church in Sandy Hill.
Supreme Court rules against Vice Media in press freedom case
The RCMP ruled against news organization Vice Media in a case advocates saw as essential for freedom of the press in Canada.
The resistance grows to cuts to French services in Ontario
Cuts to French services drawing growing opposition.
Ottawa Police Service forum Dec. 6 to tackle signs of hate in community
The Ottawa Police Service is hosting their fourth annual Human Rights Learning Forum focusing on hate in the Ottawa community.
No Rendezvous: Senators fans saddened but not surprised by LeBreton turmoil
Hours after news of the LeBreton Flats fiasco broke, hundreds of startled Senators fans took to Twitter to express their concerns with the future of the NHL organization.
Hate crimes spiked in 2017, Statistics Canada says
The number of police-reported hate crimes in Canada in 2017 is the highest since Statistics Canada started tracking the data in 2009.