Sunday, May 26, 2019

Extending hours won’t spell return to violent 90s, Hull bar owners vow

Nightclub owners in Hull's once-infamous entertainment district say a pending return to a later closing time won't bring back the crime and...

Among the eagle hunters: Ottawa photographer captures Kazakh clan’s timeless migration

For Ottawa photographer Louise Radmore, it was the opportunity of a lifetime: a chance to follow the people of the Kazakh clan...

Nearby First Nations optimistic over funding boost for reserve policing

The federal government's injection of nearly $300 million into First Nations and Inuit police forces over the next five years is welcome...

Extreme cold warning issued for Ottawa after days of warmer temperatures

Bundle up, Ottawa, as winds will be gusting up to 50 kilometres per hour.

On the record: Watson on NHL arena money, LRT deadlines and library plans

With nine months to go until the municipal election, Mayor Jim Watson sat down this past week with CBC to discuss everything...

Consideration of pot pardons overdue, says Ottawa activist

An Ottawa-based marijuana activist says the fact the federal government is weighing pardoning marijuana-related convictions once pot is legalized comes too late....

Saturday will be a cold blustery day in Ottawa

Bundle up, Ottawa, as winds will be gusting up to 50 kilometres per hour.

From major melt to flash freeze, Ottawa had a freaky Friday

Ottawa and eastern Ontario see all kinds of weather, but usually not on the same day.

Nearly 500 flights cancelled at Toronto’s Pearson airport as cold snap creates headache for...

A cold front in Toronto created some icy conditions in the city on Friday, especially at the airports. The extreme cold weather...

Ottawa plows testing quieter back-up alarms in the core

Snowplows in the downtown area are currently equipped with a quieter back-up alarms that the city hopes will help reduce noise complaints....