Local News

Is the City of Ottawa right or wrong when it prosecutes special events for noise? The Folk Festival organizer says it is time for the city to stop being “rinky dink” if it wants to be in the event business and attract tourism.

Voting is restricted to one vote every 3 hour(s) VoteResults

National News

Recent National Headlines

15.09.2014

Hitchcock suspense movie helps detect awareness in patient in vegetative state

A group of Canadian neuroscientists say they have successfully used a suspenseful Alfred Hitchcock movie to record the conscious experiences of a patient who has been in a vegetative state for 16 years.

→ READ FULL ARTICLE

15.09.2014

Saskatoon woman, 65, faces death if deported to native Pakistan: lawyer

WINNIPEG - A woman who fled to Canada from Pakistan — and who may be stoned to death upon her return, according to her lawyer — lost what may have been her final bid Monday to avoid deportation.

→ READ FULL ARTICLE

15.09.2014

Mediator strides between camps as B.C. teachers and government aim for deal

RICHMOND, B.C. - Negotiators for striking British Columbia teachers and the province huddled separately in a Richmond hotel for a fifth day Monday in an effort to reach an agreement that would herald the start of the school year for half a million students.

→ READ FULL ARTICLE

Content Provided By Canadian Press.

Health News

Recent Health Headlines

15.09.2014

Alberta has 18 cases of respiratory virus similar to outbreak in U.S.

EDMONTON - Alberta's medical officer of health says a recent spike in the number of children with respiratory illness is pretty normal for this time of year.

→ READ FULL ARTICLE

15.09.2014

Light exposure, adjusting to local time among ways to help stave off jet lag

TORONTO - After succumbing to afternoon sleepiness during a visit to Paris, Colleen Friesen was determined not to let jet lag extinguish her energy on a return trip to the City of Light.

→ READ FULL ARTICLE

Content Provided By Canadian Press.