Carleton University has lost one of its own in the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet at the Addis Ababa airport, according to an official university news release.
The city of Ottawa is moving forward on a strategy to better address issues affecting women and gender equity.
The NCC detailed its new timeline for the Lebreton Flats development in a news release Thursday.
A sure sign of spring is the announcement of the lineup for the 25th anniversary RBC Ottawa Bluesfest.
Ottawa’s first legal brick-and-mortar cannabis shop will replace the SmoqueShack on York Street.
Public servants are protesting three years of Phoenix.
City council is braced to hear from public of Light Rail Phase Two.
Ontario ranks fourth among provinces and territories to experience an increase of sexual assault reports following the #MeToo era.
In a public consultation on Feb. 20, the National Capital Commission unveiled Phase 3 of the Gatineau Park Master Plan.
United We Roll, a pro pipeline protest group arrived in Ottawa on Feb. 19, after traveling thousands of kilometres in a convoy.