Thursday, March 21, 2019

Quebec government, union representing daycare workers reach tentative agreement

Two days of planned strikes at more than 400 CPEs have been cancelled after the Quebec government and the union representing workers...

Sunny start to the day Tuesday with some afternoon clouds

Tuesday is set to start off nice and sunny before the clouds roll in later in the day.

Ball in council’s court as infrastructure gap goes unchecked

Gabriela Dabrowski, the first Canadian woman to win a senior Grand Slam title, spent 15 years swinging a racket on the public...

For Capital City Condors, Turris trade hits hard

An Ottawa hockey team for players with developmental disabilities is reeling from the news that honourary captain Kyle Turris and his wife...

Kyle Turris trade is sad news for the Capital City Condors

An Ottawa hockey team for players with developmental disabilities is reeling with the news that honourary captain Kyle Turris and his wife...

Remembrance Day 2017: what’s open and closed in Ottawa

The Remembrance Day statutory holiday falls on Monday, Nov. 13.

City planners back controversial Salvation Army shelter

The City of Ottawa's planning department has officially backed the controversial Salvation Army proposal to build a 350-bed facility — including a...

Health Canada approves supervised injection trailer at Ottawa shelter

Health Canada gave Ottawa Inner City Health approval on Monday to operate a supervised injection site from a trailer at the Shepherds...

1st-time candidate pulls off upset in La Pêche mayoral race

Upstart candidate Guillaume Lamoureux appears set to become the new mayor of the western Quebec municipality of La Pêche, narrowly defeating longtime...

Trudeau names parliamentary committee to oversee security, intelligence agencies

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named an 11-member panel of parliamentarians to oversee the secretive activities of Canada's national security and spy...