Tuesday, May 21, 2019

‘Mini-city’ for self-driving vehicles launches in Greenbelt

A former research farm in Ottawa's Greenbelt is being turned into a hub for testing the algorithms, sensors and other technology that will allow...

Concert raising funds for flood victims in Clarence-Rockland

A 12-hour community concert is taking place today to raise money for flood victims in Clarence-Rockland, Ont.  Severe flooding this year across the Ottawa-Gatineau region damaged hundreds of homes...

12-hour concert raising funds for Clarence-Rockland flood victims

A 12-hour community concert is taking place today to raise money for flood victims in Clarence-Rockland, Ont.  Severe flooding this year across the Ottawa-Gatineau region damaged hundreds of homes...

Online application opens for homeowners seeking help after floods

The City of Ottawa has opened its online service where floods victims can submit requests for remediation work to their flood-damaged homes. Severe flooding this...

From football star in Ottawa to gang life and death in Thunder Bay

Four years before Robenson Saint Jean was killed in Thunder Bay, he stood on an Ottawa stage as a nominee for a prestigious youth award...

Parliament Hill excavation uncovers pre-Confederation military complex

Buried beneath the flowers, trees and statues dotting the grounds of Parliament Hill are the remnants of a military complex that predates both Confederation and...

There’s a new local market in town, and it’s just for flowers

After a long, cold start to spring — there's a little flower power in store for your long weekend. A group of local farmers has stared...

This technology could save your home from flooding — if you’re OK with no...

An Arnprior, Ont., company that manufactures special foundations for buildings in the far north says the technology could be a solution for homeowners facing repeated...

Get outside on Saturday

If you're looking to get out this long weekend Saturday is your day. The dry weekend we were hoping for has fizzled a little bit...

A new look at our distant cousins, plus jazz and Rossini

This weekend, check out some futuristic jazz, a major choral work from Italian composer Gioachino Rossini, and a new exhibition that suggests Neanderthals may...