Tuesday, June 25, 2019

SIU investigating crash that followed Ottawa police pursuit

The province's police watchdog is investigating a collision that occurred near Embrun, Ont., early Monday morning. According to the Special Investigations Unit (SIU), Ottawa police...

Complaints over new water bills surge

The City of Ottawa is getting an earful about its new water billing system. Under the new structure, which took effect April 1 along with a five...

End carding at University of Ottawa, student group urges

Some University of Ottawa students say the administration's response to allegations of systemic racism and racial profiling doesn't go far enough. On June 12, third-year...

Ontario Cannabis Store was government body with most complaints to the ombudsman

More than 2,400 Ontario residents complained to the provincial ombudsman about the government's online marijuana store in the wake of delays and delivery problems. Ontario's...

Fertility doctor’s licence revoked after he used own sperm to inseminate patients

Ontario's medical regulator has revoked an Ottawa man's medical licence after determining he committed professional misconduct by using his own sperm to inseminate several patients...

Ex-fertility doctor alleged to have used his sperm to inseminate women faces disciplinary hearing

A former Ottawa fertility doctor alleged to have used his own sperm to inseminate patients will appear before a disciplinary hearing in Toronto today. In a notice of...

When Ottawa was forced to change its Changing of the Guard ceremony

This summer, as they have since 1959, tourists visiting Ottawa can observe the pomp and pageantry of a ceremony like the one at Buckingham...

Eastway Gardens could see big changes from mixed-use complex

Some Eastway Gardens residents fear a major multi-use development on federal land would clog their alphabetized avenues near the main Ottawa train station. The Canada Lands...

Vanier garage fire under police investigation

Ottawa police are joining firefighters to investigate an overnight garage fire on Marquette Avenue in Vanier. The first 911 call came just before 3 a.m....

Volunteers to pay for background checks, police board decides

It will soon cost volunteers to offer up their services after the Ottawa's police services board approved charging for their background checks.  Volunteers or their...