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Iraqi government plans to spruce up the country's presence in Ottawa with both a new embassy and a new Rockcliffe residence for the ambassador got approval from the city's committee on heritage buildings Thursday, though the residence's future isn't certain yet.
October Gold is a Montreal couple made up of Kit Soden and Aliza Thibodeau . Dog Day is the project of Seth Smith and Nancy Urish, musicians who, besides being band mates, are married mates as well.
Ottawa police said Alison Butler was last seen at the Denny's restaurant on Clyde Avenue in Nepean early Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.
A Canada Post mail carrier delivers mail in the downtown core. Canada Post is ending door-to-door delivery for basic mail in cities and other urban areas.
Residents of tiny Nicolls Island, in the Rideau River north of Manotick, got home earlier this week to heavy equipment tearing trees out of the ground in a city park on the mainland, just metres from their houses, for a drainage project nobody even told them about, let alone asked.
Craig's black garlic obsession has pushed him to introduce the flavour to his dessert.
A man already charged with murder in the deaths of two Ottawa women is a person of interest in another killing, Gatineau police confirmed Tuesday: the brutal, seven-year-old slaying of Kelly Morrisseau.
Labour Minister Dr. Kellie Leitch speaks at a news conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013.
Noreen Taylor, chair of the Charles Taylor Foundation and founder of the RBC Taylor Prize , today announced the Longlist for 2014.
Heartwood House was forced to renegotiate its mortgage to finish basic renovations at their new home in Overbrook, and volunteers expect to be fully moved in by January.
Martha Scott, seen here with her husband, Brian Murphy, was recently handcuffed, arrested and put in a police cruiser in front of shocked onlookers at the intersection of Rideau and Charlotte.
Accompanied by a big band that included grand piano, saxophone, fiddle, guitar, drums and a trio of gospel-influenced backing singers, the music from Johnny Reid's performance sounded nothing short of glorious.
Ontario's governing Liberals say they will bring forward legislation early next year aimed at limiting the compensation for senior executives within the broader public sector.