Friday, October 20, 2017

CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of Jan. 30

Rough roads, backyard bylaws and sports SNAFUs. Test your Ottawa news knowledge with our weekly news quiz....

CRTC hearing to tackle costly and hard-to-control cellphone charges

On Monday, the CRTC will hold hearings to review its wireless code for cellphone customers. One hot topic of discussion will be how to further protect customers from high cellphone bills....

Senators haunted by Lehner in loss to Sabres

Robin Lehner made 37 saves, Kyle Okposo scored his 16th goal and the Buffalo Sabres beat the Ottawa Senators 4-0 on Saturday night to snap a three-game skid....

‘I’ve just got your back:’ Hundreds gather in Ottawa to protest against Islamophobia

Ottawans gathered in the streets and at a mosque on Saturday to remember the victims of last week's attack in Quebec City and fight what many say is brazen Islamaphobia in North America....

Britain grabs Davis Cup lead over Canada with doubles win

Britain took a 2-1 lead over Canada in the best-of-five Davis Cup World Group tie on Saturday as Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot defeated Toronto's Daniel Nestor and Vancouver's Vasek Pospisil 7-6 (1), 6-7 (3), 7-6 (3), 6-3....

Hamed Shafia, convicted in 2009 ‘honour killings,’ appeals to Supreme Court for new trial

Hamed Shafia, convicted of first-degree murder in the so-called honour killings of his three sisters and his father’s first wife in 2012, is taking his request for a new trial to the Supreme Court of Canada....

Buchanan Crescent house fire sends 2 to hospital, kills 2 dogs

Two people were taken to hospital for smoke inhalation after a house fire in city's east end Saturday afternoon, according to Ottawa Fire Services....

Ottawa Hospital opens 1st medical 3D printing program of its kind in Canada

The Ottawa Hospital has opened a new medical 3D printing program to make prosthetic limbs quickly and cheaply....

School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa is a small school — with a big...

At a time when some other photo schools have closed, the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa is expanding and moving into a state of the art, renovated facility....

Donated skating gear provides Canadian experience for new students at Ottawa school

An Ottawa elementary school has received a big donation of equipment so its students — many of them new Canadians — can make the most of a nearby city skating rink....

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