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  1. LCBO workers protest lagging contract talks, privatization concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Canada.com

    LCBO employees Katie Sample, Mark Larocque, and J.D. Perreault and Mark's dog Blue picket in front of the LCBO store on Innes Road. They are concerned with the number of casual employees and privatization.


  2. Ontario to lead in humane correctional practices, minister saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Globe and Mail

    ... that prison agencies around the world, including Correctional Service Canada, have sought to avoid. The Ottawa-Orleans MPP would not commit to imposing the controversial 15-day caps on solitary confinement placements that Mr. Sapers recommended - a ...


  3. Levy Kasende was shot through the heart in 2012 Ottawa revenge killing: CrownRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 23 | Canada.com

    Levy Kasende had finally embraced his future as a young father but the crack dealer couldn't escape his past, and on the other side of midnight on Aug. 25, 2012, it caught up to him in a drive-by shooting that left him dead outside a rowhouse in Blackburn Hamlet. "It is a sad and shocking story, but a simple one: Levy Kasende was shot through the heart," declared prosecutor Matthew Geigen-Miller in his opening address Tuesday to the jury at Michael Belleus's first-degree murder trial.


  4. Threats force cancellation of trans cartoonist's Halifax book launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 19 | CBC News

    Sherri Borden Colley has been a reporter for more than 20 years. Many of the stories she writes are about social justice, race and culture, human rights and the courts.


  5. Receding waters reveal pothole-riddled paths in Ottawa and GatineauRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 19 | CBC News

    Waters receding on the Gatineau River multi-use path between St. Joseph Boulevard and Pont-Noir have revealed an obstacle course of potholes and cracked pavement. The National Capital Commission is warning pedestrians and cyclists to be careful on paths because recent high water levels have damaged and closed several parts of the Capital Pathway network.


  6. Ian Bush found guilty of heinous 2007 triple murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 17 | CBC News

    Ian Bush, now 62 years old, has been found guilty of three counts of murder in the first degree. Bush is convicted of three counts of first-degree murder.


  7. After the flood, the long wait continuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 16 | Canada.com

    Frank Toutloff sits in the basement of his destroyed Rue Saint-Louis home in Gatineau. Water came up through his cement floor and destroyed his foundation and finished basement.


  8. Halifax man charged after fleeing from police and hitting parked vehiclesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 16 | The News

    A 44-year-old man is facing charges after fleeing from police and colliding with two parked vehicles in Halifax Sunday morning. At 2:35 a.m. police saw a red truck with large tires turning from Brunswick Street onto Prince Street, heading the wrong way, and then turning onto Market Street.


  9. Why now is the time for businesses to embrace Orl ansRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 15 | Ottawa Business Journal

    Phase two of Ottawa's light-rail line will be completed by 2023 and will include service as far east as Trim Road. The Confederation Line East extension will mean true rapid transit for OrlA ans.


  10. Police 5-12-17Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 12 | The Times

    The Times relies on reports furnished by police in our coverage area. If you know of a police matter but do not see it reported in The Times, contact us at 815-431-4050, 815-431-4082 or [email protected] .


  11. Egan: High and dry - the maddening story of the upper Ottawa RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 11 | Canada.com

    The low water level is seen at the Stonecliffe boat launch in Head, Clara and Maria Township on Sunday, May 7, while those living along the Ottawa River downstream and other waterways have been flooded out. The Ottawa River between Rolphton and Mattawa is exceedingly low, according to locals, while whole urban neighbourhoods 200 kilometres downstream are under water.


  12. Mother of group home fire victim demands change to child welfare systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 10 | The Toronto Star

    ... out of provincial care. One of her daughter's, Courtney Scott , 16, died on April 21 after a fire tore through her Orleans group home. She was the only group-home resident who was unable to escape. “I want her back because I don't want to ...


  13. Five new Ottawa grocery stores approved to sell beer and ciderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 10 | Ottawa Business Journal

    The original version of this story listed only four new Ottawa locations for beer and cider sales in grocery stores. The fifth, at 3900 Innes Rd., was missing.


  14. Here comes the sun, and a flood of trafficRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 10 | Canada.com

    The good news is flood waters are receding, the mercury rising and the skies sunny for those tackling a cleanup. Wednesday's forecast is for a mix of sun and cloud, high of 14 C and UV index of 7 or high.


  15. Warning issued over sexual enhancement products sold at Ottawa adult storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 9 | CBC News

    Health Canada issued a warning Tuesday about two products sold at an Ottawa sex shop that contain the prescription drug yohimbine. Health Canada issued a warning Tuesday about a pair of "unauthorized sexual health products" sold at an Ottawa sex shop, and is advising anyone who purchased the products to stop using them immediately.


  16. Highway 174 closed between Trim Road and Cameron Street due to soil erosionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 8 | Canada.com

    Photo taken Monday of Morin Road, near the area where Highway 174 has been closed between Trim Road and Cameron Street. The major highway connecting Ottawa and Rockland has been closed due to soil erosion along the roadway from flooding, the city of Ottawa said.


  17. 'Really disappointed': Sandbag shortage angers weary Ottawa-area flood victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 8 | CTV

    Tempers are boiling over in flood-ravaged Ottawa-area neighbourhoods as sandbag supply shortages hamper the efforts of volunteers and residents desperately working to save as many homes as possible. Dozens of volunteers inside the Campeau arena, near hard-hit Gatineau, Que., were left staring at huge piles of sand without a single bag to fill while flood waters continued to rise on Monday.


  18. List of roads closed by flooding, detours in placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 8 | CBC News

    Doug Hempstead is CBC Ottawa's traffic specialist and can be heard on CBC Radio's Ottawa Morning and All In A Day. Sometimes, he even sleeps.


  19. Latest flood updates: The army gets to work helping residents in GatineauRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 7 | Canada.com

    A pedestrian walks across the Chaudiere bridge as high waters on the Ottawa river pass just under Saturday May 6, 2017 in Ottawa. The rainfall warning has ended for the Ottawa-Gatineau area, but with more than 117 mm having fallen on the region since May 1, the floodwaters are still rising.


  20. 'Hell is at it's highest point:' Clarence-Rockland stares down rising flood watersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 7 | CBC News

    Gilles Leroux said the fast currents brought on by flooding almost took the patio off his cottage, located near Old Highway 17 in Clarence-Rockland, Ont. Some residents of Clarence-Rockland, Ont., are worried about the damage that high currents brought by flood waters could wreak on their properties - including potentially carrying parts of local buildings away. 1 comment