Crime in Capital Ward has candidates talking safety
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.
Legal cannabis: Confusion surrounds dangers of driving high
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.
Gas leaks in Ottawa causing authorities to remind people what to do in emergencies
Two gas leaks in the Ottawa area this morning raises concern over gas levels.
Heritage experts say homeowners need greater incentives to keep up their properties
The fate of Magee House is an example of the kinds of issues that crop up in the preservation of heritage buildings.
Thousands of voters cast early ballots in 2018 Ottawa election
There was a higher voter turnout in the 2018 special advance vote than the first time it ran in 2014.
Thousands of permanent residents have no say in Ottawa’s election
They pay taxes, work, and study in the city, but they won’t be voting on Oct. 22.
Orléans voters struggle with record 17 candidates for council
With the retirement of longtime councillor Bob Monette, 17 candidates are running in Orléans ward.