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That was easy! Sales more than double at school supply stores on Super Tuesday

It's busier than Boxing Day at stores that sell school supplies. Read more...

Thanks for Giving Food Drive now underway

It's that time of year when the shelves run bare at the Ottawa Food Bank. Read more...

Elevator in OCH seniors' building down for nearly a week, residents say

Residents of an Ottawa Community Housing (OCH) building for seniors say they've been stuck in their apartments without clean laundry or groceries because the only elevator in their building, at 181 Bruyere Street, has been out-of-service since Aug. 27. Read more...

UPDATED: Three hospitalized following Montreal Road crash

A serious crash in Vanier has sent three people to hospital. Read more...

Back to School for Ottawa students

As hundreds of yellow school buses take to city streets Tuesday morning, the Ottawa Carleton District School Board, and the Ottawa Catholic School Board, are calling on everyone, students and drivers alike, to be extra cautious as a new school year begins. Read more...

Two-alarm fire ravages abandoned building in Barrhaven

Ottawa Fire sounded two alarms late Monday afternoon to battle a blaze at an abandoned building in the Greenbank-Strandherd area of Barrhaven. Read more...

City shells out $2.5M for lawsuits, legal fees in 3 months

The city paid out more than $1.5 million to settle legal claims just within three months. Read more...

Councillor wants construction enforcement for smoother ride

Back to school, back to work and back to busy roads. Read more...

Hundreds flock to ByWard Market for Labour Day

The ByWard Market was bustling with activity Labour Day Monday. The Market and Rideau Centre are some of the only places in the city where stores are open. Read more...

Police seek 2 suspects in Hintonburg stabbing

Ottawa Police are asking for the public's help in identifying two suspects wanted in connection with a stabbing last week in Hintonburg. Read more...