Monday, June 25, 2018

NCC wants public to shape Gatineau Park’s next 50 years

The National Capital Commission has begun its public consultation on the future of Gatineau Park, which had some people in Ottawa weighing the value...

Horse struck and killed on Quyon, Que., road

A horse was struck and killed after it got onto a road in the Pontiac early Friday morning. MRC des Collines police said it happened on...

Ottawa’s Riviera named one of Canada’s best new restaurants

A small, chef-run Toronto restaurant has nabbed a top spot in the Canada's Best New Restaurant's list. The Queen Street West eatery, Canis, earned second place on the Air Canada's enRoute magazine's...

A Tribe Called Red frontman opens up about leaving the band

Ian Campeau, one of the founders of the Indigenous music group A Tribe Called Red, has announced he is leaving the group.  In a statement...

Proposed law would close Ontario’s organics labelling loophole

An NDP private member's bill aims to help consumers get the real deal when shopping for organic products. Right now in Ontario, any food both...

Reports of cellphone trackers near Parliament Hill caused concern at Supreme Court, CRA

The Supreme Court of Canada and a senior executive with the Canada Revenue Agency anxiously reached out to Canada's communications spy agency for help...

Beautiful Friday weather melts into sunny weekend forecast

Get ready for a great stretch of weather! It starts today with wall-to-wall sunshine and a mild high near 18 C. We've had a very...

Quebec announces $1M emergency fund for victims of sexual abuse

The Quebec government will distribute $1 million in emergency funding to community groups across the province that assist victims of sexual assault and abuse. Hélène David, the...

Airport security stops calling police on passengers carrying prescription pot

Canadian airport security screeners have stopped calling the police every time they process a passenger traveling with medical marijuana.  The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority...

Ontario Trucking Association wants mandatory drug, alcohol testing for commercial drivers

The Ontario Trucking Association wants the federal and provincial governments to make drug and alcohol testing mandatory for all commercial drivers. Earlier in October, the Ontario...