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Cider to be sold in grocery stores

The province is taking the next step in modernizing the way alcoholic beverages are sold by allowing cider to be sold in select grocery stores - including eight here in Ottawa. Read more...

MISSING: 16-year-old Andrew Wooley

Ottawa Police are asking for your help in locating a missing 16-year-old boy. Read more...

Toronto Police in town for Obama's visit

Don't be surprised to see uniformed police officers from the Toronto area in Ottawa over the next few days. Read more...

Wallack's closing its doors in Bells Corners

Wallack's will be closing its Bells Corners location at the end of July. Read more...

No ticket for driver who delayed thousands of OC Transpo riders

The City of Ottawa says no ticket will be issued to the driver who parked a delivery truck in a bus lane on Slater Friday morning, delaying thousands of OC Transpo riders. Read more...

Brockville Police investigate reports of naked man wearing only one sock

Brockville Police are investigating reports of a man spotted running around the King Street West area Friday morning wearing nothing but a sock. Read more...

Rideau-Vanier councillor contemplating run for seat at Queen's Park

Could a run in provincial politics be in the future for Rideau-Vanier Councillor Mathieu Fleury? Read more...

Heroic dog alerts family to fire in Constance Bay

Ottawa Fire says a dog alerted its owners, helping them to escape a blaze at a home in Constance Bay. Read more...

City warning of major traffic delays for Obama visit next Wed

Only days after Rideau Street is expected to reopen following sinkhole repairs, drivers in Ottawa are in for an even bigger inconvenience when trying to get downtown next Wednesday. Read more...

OC Transpo buses laying up in bike lanes

Mayor Jim Watson is calling on OC Transpo to change its practices after buses have been spotted laying up in the new bike lane on Scott Street. Read more...