Former Ottawa YMCA-YWCA director pleads guilty to fraud
Police say all money has been repaid after a former director of the National Capital Region YMCA-YW
Ottawa elects more women to council, falls short on diversity
On Oct. 22, Ottawa residents elected four more women to join three incumbents at City Hall. Meanwhile two minority councillors were defeated cutting in half the number on council.
Sex-ed curriculum inspired campaign of first transgender school board trustee
Lyra Evans believes that good sex-education saves lives, and vowed to fight for a modernized sex-ed curriculum throughout a winning campaign in Zone 9 of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board.
Early voter turnout for 2018 Ottawa election hits new high
Ottawa voter turnout at early polls hits a new high in the 2018 municipal vote, a Capital Current analysis of Elections Ottawa data shows.
Police lay more than 50 charges in commercial vehicle inspection blitz
Ten drivers face charges after failing to complete a daily pre-trip vehicle inspection.
New report: Byward Market crime rates highest in Ottawa
A new study says that crime in Lowertown is three times worse that crime in neighbouring communities.