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Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield poses for a photo after a interview on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ont.
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Photos from the annual St. Patrick's Day parade on Saturday, March 15, 2014. The parade weaved through downtown Ottawa, from Laurier ave.
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A man who was once accused of firing a shot through a neighbour's wall, narrowly missing two sleeping children, is now facing new firearms charges after police seized a semi-automatic rifle from a Mechanicsville home Friday.
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New Brunswick has become the first Atlantic province to sign off in principle on the Canada Job Grant.
Rachel Homan's curling rink has been on a roll over the last year, winning back-to-back national championship and a bronze medal at the world championships.
Marian Andrzejewski, a 77-year-old painter living in an Ottawa public housing unit, says he hasn't been so afraid since fleeing the Nazis in occupied Poland, where for five years as a boy he lived in the woods.
An apartment building where a Russian diplomat was found stabbed in the lobby is pictured in Ottawa, Ont.
Roy Partridge had just turned 14, and looked even younger, the day he appeared on the front page of The Evening Citizen in April 1946.
The 2014 TD Ottawa Jazz Festival boasts a bluesy theme with comedian and bluegrass composer Steve Martin and his band, Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite, Earth Wind and Fire and the Tedeschi Trucks Band among the headliners.
Police respond to the scene of a four-vehicle crash at Walkley and Conroy Roads, connected to reports of gunshots nearby Thursday, March 13, 2014.
The city's vision of maintaining Preston Street as a "traditional main street" is a priority in the city's development plan for the Preston-Carling area, area residents were told at an open house last week.
James Boucher, the Outaouais man suspected of being an accomplice in the death of Tricia Boisvert in January, is in custody.
When barn swallows vanished after holding up a $24-million bridge replacement in Barrhaven last summer, officials never whispered the word "murdered".
Preliminary work on the $190-million restoration of the Government Conference Centre is expected to begin next month following the award of key design and construction contracts last week.