Should the Supreme Court of Canada be more open about why it refuses to hear cases?
City staff are looking into what it would take for Ottawa to become a bee-friendly city.
The City of Ottawa is offering information sessions on cannabis use this week.
Cannabis suppliers right now can only meet 30 to 60 percent of the demand for legal recreational cannabis.
Data from Ottawa police showed a significant increase in assaults, sexual assaults and robberies in 2017 from the previous year and the ward’s five-year average.
A look into the disconnect between the low amount of drug-impaired collisions in Ottawa, and large public concern about driving while high as legalization approaches.
Ottawa police will continue using the tried and true SFST and DRE tests when testing for cannabis at roadside stops, rather than the new Drager test.
With national recreational cannabis legalization set for October. 17, here are four things you need to know about how it could affect Ontario’s schools and school-age children.
A new study says that crime in Lowertown is three times worse that crime in neighbouring communities.
Carleton University student Elizabeth Peprah turned to poetry to heal from the trauma of a sexual assault in 2016. Today, she helps other survivors i