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Fire damages east side restaurant
Ottawa firefighters battled a fire early Tuesday morning at a restaurant in the east end, causing $600,000 in damage.
13 hrs ago
New Pittsburgh Courier Online
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Tue May 21, 2013
Ottawa police seek robbers
Ottawa police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred Friday inside a home.
Sun May 19, 2013
Police search Vars property for gun used in 2012 murder
Ottawa police investigators descended on a field in Vars on Friday to search for the gun used in the murder of Levy Kasende outside his ex-girlfriend's Innes Road townhome in Blackburn Hamlet last August.
Fri May 17, 2013
Thu May 16, 2013
Grade 5 kids urge Harper to drop mean attack ads against Justin Trudeau
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau makes his way to speak to media following a party caucus meeting in Ottawa on May 8, 2013.
Wed May 15, 2013
Kettle Island best site for new Ottawa River bridge, NCC says
Facing growing criticism about a six-lane interprovincial bridge between Gatineau and Ottawa, the National Capital Commission explained on Tuesday why it prefers a corridor connection on Kettle Island.
Wicker Emporium Opens Second Ottawa Store
Popular Canadian home retailer Wicker Emporium is continuing its expansion into Ontario with the grand opening of its 25th store, and its second in Ottawa, this spring.
Mon May 13, 2013
Richmond Hill Liberal
Kettle Island least expensive for new crossing
The release of the latest interprovincial bridge report finds Kettle Island to be the most cost-effective option - despite carrying a price tag of more than $1 billion.
Money Mart worker abducted in store robbery
Ottawa police are asking for help with a two-month-old robbery in which a Money Mart employee was abducted from his home at gunpoint.
Fri May 10, 2013
The Chronicle Herald
Nerd pottery, animals take over Argyle
Ceramic artist Alexis Doiron is exhibiting flower and "pod" pots at Argyle Fine Art, 1559 Barrington St., Halifax, in a show she shares with Jenny Morton to June 4. Ceramic artists Jenny Morton and Alexis Doiron have teamed up for Tea and the Garden, an exhibit of flower pots and tea cups, in Argyle Fine Art's lower gallery.
Thu May 09, 2013
Anti-abortion protesters to rally on Parliament Hill
Thousands of protesters will gather on Parliament Hill for an annual anti-abortion rally, with a focus on sex-selective abortions.
Wed May 08, 2013
Long list of construction projects will try commuters' patience
East end commuters might want to load up on Tylenol and take a few deep breathing courses as the City of Ottawa gears up for construction season , A long list of construction projects that includes the Trim Road realignment and the widening of the eastern portion of the Queensway is bound to test the patience of even the most .
Mon May 06, 2013
Motorist's driving made van a weapon before crash that killed 5-year-old: Crown
A driver who killed a five-year-old girl turned his van into a weapon when he took a corner too quickly, went airborne, then slammed into the minivan in which the senior kindergarten student and two other children were riding, a Crown prosecutor alleged Monday.
Lisa I. Leonard, 42, 819 W. Jackson St., was arrested Sunday in the 2600 block of Columbus Street on a La Salle County warrant for failure to appear in court on a charge of driving while license suspended.
Fri May 03, 2013
Updated: Supreme Court orders new trial for woman who hid baby's body
A Mississauga woman who left the corpse of her newborn on an apartment balcony has been ordered to stand trial by Canada's top court.
Thu May 02, 2013
The London Free Press
Ottawa cop faces new lawsuit on accusations of cellblock brutality
An Ottawa cop who was recently acquitted of sex assault in a case of alleged cellblock brutality now faces a fresh lawsuit from another former inmate.
Shop continues to thrive in climate of financial struggle
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Tue Apr 30, 2013
Ottawa Business Journal
MTY buys Ottawa sushi chain for $1M
Restaurant franchisor MTY Food Group Inc. said Tuesday it has signed a deal to buy the SushiGo chain of fast food restaurants for $1.05 million in cash.
The Daily News
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The 4 Atlantic premiers are calling on the Harper government to suspend its employment insurance changes.