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Understanding Alzheimer's: Part 2 of 3
With the number of older Canadians climbing, experts are ringing alarm bells about mounting concerns of a looming health care crisis.
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11 hrs ago
Farmers, Kemptville college alumni hope to take over campus
Eastern Ontario's farming community wants the premier to delay the closure of the University of Guelph's Kemptville campus for two years, which would allow for new plans to take over the campus.
20 hrs ago
Max Keeping talks cancer, Bruce Lazenby on South Korea trade deal
The new trade deal between Canada and South Korea will benefit the local economy, according to Invest Ottawa's Bruce Lazenby.
Sat Mar 15, 2014
India puts search on hold search for missing plane Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, right, addresses reporters as Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein stands by him.
11 things you may not know about Chris Hadfield
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield poses for a photo after a interview on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ont.
Photos: St. Patrick's Day parade
Photos from the annual St. Patrick's Day parade on Saturday, March 15, 2014. The parade weaved through downtown Ottawa, from Laurier ave.
Attempted murder accused faces 17 new charges for weapons, drugs
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.
N.B. 1st Atlantic province to sign Canada Job Grant agreement
New Brunswick has become the first Atlantic province to sign off in principle on the Canada Job Grant.
Media Advisory: Government of Canada to Make Green Municipal Fund Announcement
Location: Westminster Pier Park 1 Sixth St. New Westminster, BC V3M 6Z6 Date and March 17, 2014 Time: 10:30 a.m. PDT Contacts: Melissa Lantsman Director of Communications Office of Canada's Minister of Natural Resources 613-996-2007 Media Relations Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa 613-992-4447
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Rachel Homan's Team Canada curling rink goes for gold
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.
Polish artist who fled Nazis sues Ottawa police, 911 operator over arrest
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.
The Public Health Agency of Canada is moving to calm any fears of a potential major measles outbreak as clusters of cases emerge across the country.
Prince George Citizen
Newfoundland joins call for Ottawa to hold inquiry into slain aboriginal women
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The leaders of the three main political parties in Newfoundland and Labrador are calling on Ottawa to launch an inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women.
The London Free Press
Russian diplomat stabbed during argument in downtown Ottawa
An apartment building where a Russian diplomat was found stabbed in the lobby is pictured in Ottawa, Ont.
Upstairs, downstairs at Rideau Hall
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.
Steve Martin, Ben Harper, Earth Wind and Fire at Ottawa Jazz Fest
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.
Drive-by shooting led to 4-vehicle crash, say Ottawa police
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.
City envisions Preston as 'traditional main street'
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.
Craft brewery sets sights on LCBO
With its new 8,000-sq-ft. brewery to be set up at 250 City Centre Ave., BTP will be able to produce more beer than at its current facility in the Civic Hospital area.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Man 'run over by his own vehicle,' Ottawa fire department says
A 79-year-old man was taken to hospital with a broken hip and leg injuries after an accident on Frank Kenny Road in east-end Ottawa, Thursday evening.