Friday, August 17, 2018

Telsa Canada suing Ontario government over cancellation of rebate program

Electric car maker Tesla Motors Canada ULC is suing the Ontario government, claiming it has been treated unfairly in the government's decision to cancel...

Ottawa’s music community remembers Queen of Soul

As fans around the world mourn the death of Aretha Franklin and celebrate her decades-long career, Ottawa's music community is remembering her first performance...

Former scout leader charged with more sex offences

Ottawa police have charged a former scout leader with five additional counts of gross indecency after charging him with six counts of the same...

Delving into the link between estrogen and dementia

Is there a link between estrogen and dementia? Dr. Gillian Einstein of the University of Toronto thinks there could be. "Most of the studies, including...

Teachers wanted for Western Quebec School Board

The Western Quebec School Board is trying to raise its profile as it deals with more than 20 vacant teaching positions.  Terry Kharyati, director of...

Western Qué​bec School Board out to woo Ontario teachers

The Western Qué​bec School Board is trying to raise its profile in Ontario as it struggles to fill more than 20 vacant teaching positions, just weeks...

Brain cancer immunotherapy trial showing promise, doctor says

A clinical trial in Gatineau, Que., targeting an aggressive form of brain cancer is showing promising early results that could eliminate the death sentence...

Enjoy today’s reprieve from the humidity, Ottawa-Gatineau

Much more comfortable levels of humidity will greet Ottawa-Gatineau today. Look for a high near 27 C and a light northwest wind — just what the doctor...

Local politicians want more details on ‘one-time offer’ to opt out of pot shops

Municipal politicians across Ontario have many questions about the province's new cannabis distribution model, including when the government's one-time offer to municipalities allowing them to opt out...

Photo radar coming to Ottawa school zones in 2019

The City of Ottawa expects to start rolling out photo radar in school zones in 2019, and is now gathering data to figure out where...