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City finances in 'essentially break-even situation' after Q1

A report prepared by City Treasurer Marian Simulik for the Finance and Economic Development Committee indicates "essentially a break-even situation" for the City's finances after the first quarter of 2016 due, in part, to an extra $4.2 million in tax revenue. Read more...

MISSING: 70-year-old Myrna Thomas

Ottawa Police are asking for your help finding a missing woman, who was last seen Sunday evening, in the west end. Read more...

New construction on Scott, Main, Leitrim, Tenth Line

You can't park on Scott Street overnight, between Holland and Parkdale. Read more...

MPP Lisa MacLeod reveals personal battle with depression

Nepean-Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod opened up about her personal struggle with depression on Sunday, just before announcing she will run in Nepean in 2018. Read more...

Tickets in 2015 up for non-permit holders parked in accessible spots

The number of cars parking in accessible spots without a permit is on the rise. New numbers from the city of Ottawa show a slight bump in tickets issued in 2015 over 2014. Read more...

Seven-year-old struck and killed in Cantley

A seven-year-old boy has died after he struck by a vehicle in Cantley, according to regional police. Read more...

Warm winter to blame for hydro hike

The Ontario Energy Board has announced the new summer Time-of-Use electricity rates for homes and small businesses in the province. Read more...

CN Cycle for CHEO taking place Sunday morning

Thousands are expected to cycle, run, or skate in support of kids with cancer Sunday, as part of the annual CN Cycle for CHEO. Many roads throughout the city will be closed for the event from 6 a.m. until 1 p.m. Read more...

Fire at 195 Rosemere does $500k damage

Ottawa Fire has a two-alarm blaze off Lees avenue under control. Read more...

Beaver 'No More Fever': Ottawa's Justin Beaver swims back into the wild

Justin Beaver is back in the Ottawa area. Read more...