Friday, July 20, 2018

Booming Limoges welcomes long-awaited health hub

Limoges, Ont., had an enviable problem: The town, about 40 kilometres east of Ottawa, saw its population nearly quadruple since 2008, from 1,250 to 4,500,...

SIU clears OPP in fatal 2016 crash

Ontario's Special Investigations Unit is not recommending charges against a Leeds OPP officer who was following a vehicle involved in a fatal crash near Smiths Falls in...

Body pulled from Ottawa River near 24 Sussex Dr.

Emergency crews pulled a body from the Ottawa River near Rockcliffe Tuesday morning, and police are now investigating. Ottawa Fire Services said in a news...

Auditor general blasts Kathleen Wynne’s ‘Fair Hydro Plan’

The Wynne government created a "needlessly complex" scheme to pay for its hydro rate cuts without showing the costs on its own bottom line,...

Study ranks Gatineau 2nd-best Canadian city to be a woman

A study has found Victoria is the best city in Canada to be a woman, in spite of the wage gap between men and...

Proposed Hunt Club retirement home would cause traffic torment, residents say

People who live near the intersection of Hunt Club Road and the Airport Parkway say the proposed development of a retirement home and hotel...

Fertility expert wants to legalize technique to make babies from DNA of 3 people

Canada should approve a controversial technique that allows doctors to create babies using DNA from three people to stop children from inheriting potentially fatal diseases, says...

Ontario bill seeks to ban mandatory high heels on the job

Women in Ontario would be protected from being required to wear high heels at work under a bill being introduced Tuesday. The private member's bill...

Algonquin students out of work placements due to faculty strike

Algonquin College cancelled students' work placements for about 100 programs because of the ongoing faculty strike, the college confirmed Monday.  Students are upset they aren't able to learn on the...

Algonquin students lose job placements due to faculty strike

Algonquin College has cancelled work placements for about 100 programs because of the ongoing faculty strike, the college confirmed Monday.  Students are upset they aren't able to learn...