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Watson backs new main library branch, eyes P3 business model

Jim Watson is throwing his support behind a new main library branch, promising it will make it on to city council’s list of priorities if he is re-elected. Read more...

Forget brains: the Ottawa Zombie Walk needs money to return

The horror-inspired Ottawa Zombie Walk is running into a scare of its own as it's lost one of its major sponsors. Read more...

Barrhaven gets first synagogue

Barrhaven is getting its first synagogue. Read more...

uOttawa defies the conventional

The University of Ottawa has a new campaign to inspire its students and attract some young bright minds. Read more...

Canadian Blood Services honouring donors, volunteers all week

The Canadian Blood Services is honouring those who make blood donation possible this week for their annual “Honouring our Lifeblood” events. Read more...

Cyclists travel from Ottawa to Quebec City to raise money for kids' sports

Eighty cyclists are travelling from the Canadian Tire Centre to Quebec City Monday to raise money for kids who can't afford to join sports teams as part of the Pedal for Kids event put on by Jumpstart. Read more...

CHEO Dream of a Lifetime Lottery kicks off

The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario has kicked off its Dream of a Lifetime Lottery. Read more...

Folkfest a success despite noise complaints, organizers say

The annual Folkfest has wrapped up, and although organizers say the festival was a success they got slapped with at least one $300 fine for noise violations. Read more...

Ottawa Police investigating two weekend stabbings

Ottawa Police say no arrests have been in made in two weekend stabbings in the capital. Read more...

50,000 people enjoyed Ottawa's Folk Festival

A solid line up and a good location are major reasons for another successful Folk Festival. Read more...