12 hrs ago
The Chronicle Herald
A Barra MacNeils Christmas
Cape Breton's Barra MacNeils-siblings Boyd, Kyle, Lucy, Sheumas and Stewart-are heading home to Nova Scotia for a string of their acclaimed Christmas concerts, starting Sunday at Acadia University's Denton Hall in Wolfville.
20 hrs ago
Weather adds urgency to search for missing Ottawa woman
Ottawa police said Alison Butler was last seen at the Denny's restaurant on Clyde Avenue in Nepean early Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Ottawa and the mail: 'The mail man used to be part of the community'
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.
Torn-up trees first sign of Barrhaven pipe project residents didn't see coming
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.
Ottawa business owners urge Wynne to block hydro rate hikes
The city's business community wants Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne to impose a moratorium on steep hydro rate increases it says are wreaking havoc on small business.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Review: Johnny Reid reclaims spirit of the season
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.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Ottawa housing starts soar, buck national trend
Booming interest in single family homes, coupled with strong demand for row housing caused the number of new homes started by Ottawa builders skyrocket in November.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Media Invitation - Cibc to Celebrate the Grand Opening of New Ottawa Branch
OTTAWA , Dec. 6, 2013 /CNW/ - This Saturday, December 7 th , CIBC will celebrate the grand opening of the new CIBC Woodroffe & Strandherd Banking Centre with festive and fun activities for the whole family.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Pawnshop owners back call for police database
Pawnshop owners are happy to help the city crackdown on stolen property sales and resurrecting a police database may be one way to do that, says the association that represents owners of used-goods stores across the country.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Anti-abortion group looking to run candidates as Conservatives in Ottawa
A national anti-abortion group is helping sell memberships in the Conservative Party of Canada in the hopes of nominating pro-life candidates for the 2015 federal election.
Mother in custody after son abducted from elementary school
The mother of an Ottawa boy is in police custody after her son was taken from an elementary school on Fellows Road early Wednesday morning.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
PEI couple reunited with dog missing 15 days in Ottawa
For 15 days, Zoey the one-year-old husky mix managed to evade coyotes and her owners after she got loose near the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's Nepean property.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Tibetan refugees ready to start over in Ottawa
When Tenzin Tsangyang stepped off the plane in Ottawa on Friday, he says the welcome was so warm he didn't even feel the cold outside.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
P.E.I. couple searches for lost dog in south Ottawa
A couple from Prince Edward Island is delaying their return home to search for their lost family dog that ran away during a walk in Ottawa almost two weeks ago.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Shoddy construction work costs millions, but city not trying to recoup money: auditor
Engineers and designers working on city construction projects too often get away with sloppy work because the city doesn't pursue them for the costs of cleaning up their mistakes, auditor-general Alain Lalonde reported Thursday.
Rochester St. residents fear traffic chaos
In response to plans by the city to increase traffic on Rochester Street, residents of the area are petitioning for a safer, more livable street.
$48M road widening best solution for south Kanata traffic, city says
Commuters headed toward downtown from south Kanata need wider roads to keep congestion from slowing them down and the city should spend $48 million on the work, a new report to city council's transportation committee says.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Tunney's Pasture Master Plan: PWGSC Proceeds With Second Round of Consultations
Today, the Honourable Pierre Poilievre, Minister of State for Democratic Reform and Member of Parliament for Nepean-Carleton, on behalf of the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Public Works and Government Services, launched a second round of community consultations for the Tunney's Pasture Master Plan.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Residents near Ottawa hospital worry about road changes
Geoff Poapst said he's concerned changes to traffic on the Bayswater will change the character of the street.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
An Exhibition of Photography by Asif Rehman
Asif Rehman's photography reveals that the label "Canadian Muslim" at best defines only a part of a person's identity, and seeks to break down stereotypes held by Muslims and non-Muslims about what it means to be a Canadian Muslim.