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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.
The government is extending life-long secrecy provisions to cover additional lawyers and bureaucrats who may work - or have worked on - national security files in the course of their duties.
A commemorative marker to survivors of residential schools, which is coming to more than 100 communities across Canada, was unveiled at Ottawa's Wabano Centre on Wednesday night.
Loto-Quebec has been asked to hand over information to a court-ordered receiver about the owner of the failed rent-to-own company Golden Oaks.
Months after Ottawa homicide detectives said they found Amy Paul's blood in the back seat of Jacques Rouschop's truck, they were trying to question another jailed man awaiting trial for two knifepoint rapes.
Don Chow cooks up these scotch eggs on D is for Dinner for All in a Day host Alan Neal.
The 2013 edition of Amnesia Rockfest was marred by poor logistical planning, litter, overflowing portable toilets and last-minute band cancellations.
A propane shortage that has hit consumers and suppliers in Ontario and Quebec will continue until the end of the winter season, according to a The ministries asked the National Energy Board and Competition Bureau to review issues in the propane market after supply tightened and prices increased rapidly.
Rogers Call Centre on Blair Road in Ottawa, Ontario is recruiting for Inside Sales Consultants with a start date of March 24th, 2014.
Ottawa police detectives investigating the Sept. 3 killing of sex-trade worker Amy Paul told a key suspect months ago that they found her blood in the back seat of his Ford pickup truck.
"Bof" - that francophone shrug of indifference might very well sum up the feeling of most Canadians vis-a-vis the Quebec election campaign.
While police have NOT positively linked this case to a serial sexual predator wanted in at least three other cases, Const.
The suspect is described as man in his mid-20s with tanned skin, a medium build and about five-foot-ten.