‘The police stood idly by:’ Ottawa residents recount impact of convoy occupation to Ottawa People’s Commission
Locals are making it clear that time has not healed the harm done by the January “freedom convoy” occupation.
Ottawa Police take proactive approach to curbing rowdiness ahead of Panda partying
The Ottawa Police Service is taking a proactive approach to policing the Panda Game following last year’s destructive post-game street partying. The annual rivalry match between the Carleton Ravens and uOttawa Gee-Gees football teams is set for Saturday at TD Place at Lansdowne Park. Police say they will take a zero tolerance approach to any public disturbance during this year’s…
Vanier woman missing for more than 40 years has been located
A woman was located after being missing for 42 years. A detective said it’s never too late to solve these cases.
Police dismantle cross-border gun and drug trafficking network in southern Ontario
“Project Monarch” was a joint-forces operation resulting in 22 people facing more than 400 charges.
A quiet start as Hells Angels roll into Whitby for annual Canada Run event
About 1,000 members of the Hells Angels have rolled into a small southern Ontario community to mark the Canada Run 2022.
Community forum outlines citizen concerns in the appointment of new Ottawa police chief
A community forum outlined citizen concerns about the force and the qualities needed in a new chief.
Hate on the rise in Ottawa, police say and victims are bearing the brunt
The number of hate crimes reported to Ottawa police continues to rise for a third year in a row.
Police prepare for Canada Day convoy protests with traffic control zone for Parliament Hill
Ottawa Police announce traffic control zone around Parliament Hill.
Road warriors: Drivers during power outage experienced accidents, flashing lights, reckless behaviour and lots of traffic jams
Driving through power outages can be both frustrating and educating. Read to find out more about the driving experience during a power outage.
Black community leaders say former police chief Peter Sloly unfairly forced from his job
Black community leaders say they believe Peter Sloly left his job as Ottawa Police Chief for more reasons than the handling of the convoy occupation.
After Panda pandemonium, enhanced police presence in Sandy Hill prevents St. Patrick’s Day mayhem
Ottawa police were more pro-active this past St. Patrick’s Day in a bid to prevent the mayhem that followed the Oct. 2 Panda football game.
The 23rd Day: Police stepping up to end the occupation of Ottawa
After two days of action police have cleared the big rigs and other vehicles of the Convoy occupiers out of downtown along with arresting 170 people.