Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Holocaust survivor to share harrowing tale at war museum

An Ottawa Holocaust survivor is bringing his story of survival to the Canadian War Museum Thursday, a story that included two of the worst...

OC Transpo still on the hot seat over Barrhaven bus service

OC Transpo officials were in the hot seat in Barrhaven again Wednesday night, answering rider questions about long delays and gaps in service. More than two...

OC Transpo in the hot seat over Barrhaven bus service

OC Transpo officials were in the hot seat in Barrhaven again Wednesday night, answering rider questions about long delays and gaps in service. More than two...

Traffic notes on curds, crossings and construction

Good morning commuters! PoutineFest starts today, so expect crowds on Sparks Street and lane reductions along the west side of O'Connor Street north of Sparks. Sections...

Dr. Vera Etches is Ottawa’s first female officer of health

After filling the role for five months, Dr. Vera Etches was officially announced as the city's new medical officer of health on Tuesday. Now the...

Canada could start regulating barbecue brushes

Regulations for Canada's barbecue brushes could be on the horizon. Health Canada is commissioning the Standards Council of Canada to develop a voluntary standard for...

High gas prices the ‘new normal’ says analyst

Drivers in Ottawa watching gas prices creep higher and higher shouldn't expect to see much relief at the pump anytime soon, says one industry...

Small Outaouais town to get ATM back

Residents in Ripon, Que., who were up in arms when Desjardins removed the town's only ATM may soon be able to cash in on...

Confusion clouds family’s recovery from possible coral poisoning

Police and fire services are controlling access to a home in Gatineau's Aylmer sector whose residents say they were poisoned by toxins from coral, but the...

The Pollcast: The fight for the Franco-Ontarian vote

​The polls suggest that Doug Ford's Progressive Conservatives are on track to win a big majority government in Ontario's provincial election in June. It...