Tuesday Mar 11
Buses detour around rail crossing after lights malfunction
Warning lights are flashing but the barriers remain raised where Fallowfield and the Transitway intersect.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
2nd case of measles suspected by Ottawa health authorities
Ottawa Public Health has confirmed the city's second case of the measles in as many weeks after investigating symptoms in a classmate of the child that was identified as having the illness last week.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Four hospitalized in crash southwest of Ottawa
A crash at Eagleson and Richmond Roads before 7:30 this morning has sent two men and two women to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Education Minister announces cash for Broadview rebuild, other schools
Education Minister Liz Sandals made history on Thursday when she announced that the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board would get cash to rebuild one of its aging, inner-city schools, the first such announcement since Ontario's public school boards were amalgamated in the late 1990s.
'Informal' dog park in Stittsville could cost the city millions to keep
Dog-walkers in Stittsville want the city to "protect" a piece of private land they've become accustomed to letting their pets roam, a multimillion-dollar project that's shaping up as a new version of the fight over a forest in the South March Highlands.
Measles case reminder of need to vaccinate, doctors say
Ottawa public health confirmed Wednesday an unimmunized child had contracted measles after returning from a trip to the Phillippines, where there had been a measles outbreak.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Carp Road dump foes say ministry is biased against them
The Ontario Ministry of Environment is being accused of bias in its handling of a proposal to expand the Carp Road landfill after the release of emails in which an environmental officer suggested some people "exaggerated" or "lied" when complaining about bad smells from the landfill.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Dump This Dump Represents Citizen Advocates Against Expanding Landfills in Ottawa
For years, people driving to Ottawa have been unable to ignore the expanding landfill at Carp Road West of Kanata.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Police officer admits impaired driving
An Ottawa police officer whose car nearly struck a vehicle carrying off-duty firefighters has pleaded guilty to driving with a blood-alcohol level over the legal limit.