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West end blaze destroys apartments

Ottawa Fire crews were busy Saturday afternoon battling a four-alarm blaze in the city's west end. Read more...

Ottawa residents, politicians gather to protest Hydro One sale

About two dozen residents and politicians gathered in front of Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli's office this afternoon in protest of high hydro rates, and a potentially privatized Hydro One Saturday afternoon. Read more...

Ontario public elementary school teachers eye potential strike

TORONTO _ The fragile labour peace between Ontario's Liberals and public school teachers could soon come to an end as two major unions say negotiations have stalled or reached an impasse, with some teachers threatening a strike as early as Monday. Read more...

Local Ford dealership raising money for Haitian school in need

You can test drive a car and help a school in Haiti at the same time Saturday. Read more...

City to display pro baseball memorabilia at City Hall

If you're a baseball fan, a trip to City Hall Saturday could prove interesting. Read more...

Queen Elizabeth Driveway, Colonel By to experience weekend closures

If you're out and about this weekend, take note of a few changes on the roads. Read more...

Hydro protest planned outside Bob Chiarelli's office

Protesters will be bringing their hydro bills with them to Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli's riding office Saturday. Read more...

Police investigate sex assault near Billings Bridge

Ottawa Police say they're investigating a sexual assault that allegedly took place Thursday morning near Billings Bridge. Read more...

Senators to honour assistant coach with private Celebration of Life

The Ottawa Senators say they will be holding a private Celebration of Life Monday, for assistant coach Mark Reeds. Read more...

Contractor jailed, fined for convictions under Consumer Protection Act

An Ottawa-area contractor has been sentenced to 45 days in jail and his company has been fined $30,000 after he was found guilty of charges under the Consumer Protection Act. Read more...