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Last city council meeting for eight members

Wednesday marks the last time the current city council will gather around the council table. Read more...

Organizers of Canadian pro-Ferguson rallies ask 'whites' to stay in the background

A suggestion that white and non-black protesters limit their visibility at protests Tuesday in Ottawa and Toronto against the fatal shooting of a black teen in Ferguson, Mo., has sparked a heated debate on social media. Read more...

Daniel Alfredsson to announce his retirement Dec 4 in Ottawa

A report from TSN hockey insider Darren Dreger says Daniel Alfredsson will announce his retirement Thursday, December 4th in Ottawa. Read more...

Officers don red heels to help put an end to violence against women

A group of male Ottawa Police officers swapped their regular black shoes for red patent pumps Tuesday afternoon as they took part in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. Read more...

Competition Bureau hails Uber, similar co.'s as "innovative"

The Competition Bureau is hailing companies like Uber as innovative and a convenient alternative to the traditional taxi service. Read more...

Police warn of increase in phone scams

Ottawa Police are warning people about a phone scam that involves people identifying themselves as Canada Revenue Agency employees. Read more...

OCSB workplace campaign brings in most cash for United Way

The Ottawa Catholic School Board is set to have the top United Way workplace campaign in the City of Ottawa, raising the most funds for the agency. Read more...

Hackers remain quiet for hours for first time since Friday

The self-identified hackers of the City of Ottawa website went quiet Tuesday for the first time since Friday. Read more...

City to seek compensation for police overtime expenditures

The City of Ottawa is expected to ask the federal government for compensation for $250,000 spent in overtime in light of the October 22nd shooting at the War Memorial and on Parliament Hill. Read more...

Local charity working to bring Christmas to women staying in shelters

Christmas could become a reality for as many as 800 women this year thanks to the efforts of a local charity working to put together shoeboxes filled with small items. Read more...