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Dozens gather on Parliament Hill to protest C-51

Dozens of protesters gathered on Parliament Hill Saturday afternoon for the "Not Terrorists: Idle No More" demonstration. Read more...

John Baird to sit on advisory board for gold mining company

Canada's former foreign affairs minister has a new job. Read more...

Paramedics assaulted in Metcalfe Sunday morning

Paramedics say first responders were assaulted in Metcalfe while responding to a call early Sunday morning. Read more...

Man treated for smoke inhalation after Byward Market fire

One person was treated with minor smoke inhalation after a fire at a high-rise apartment in the Byward Market Sunday morning, according to paramedics. Read more...

Boy, 17, slashed in the face in Barrhaven

A 17-year-old boy has been transported to hospital after he was slashed in the face in Barrhaven this morning, according to paramedics. Read more...

Ottawa Fury to give free tickets to young soccer players

The Ottawa Fury FC has announced it'll give free home game tickets to all registered local soccer players aged 14 and under as part of the team’s newly announced Fury Fanatics program. Read more...

Ottawa man, 18, facing multiple child porn charges

An 18-year-old Ottawa man is facing child porn charges, according to Ottawa Police. Read more...

Elizabeth Manley receives Community Builder Award

Olympic silver medalist Elizabeth Manley was surprised during at a talk to March Break campers at the Acora Centre Thursday morning when the United Way presented Manley with its community builder award. Read more...

‘It did happen, and it does happen’: Local mother speaks up on the dangers of distracted driving

With Ontario Provincial Police warning this year could be the seventh year in row when distracted driving deaths exceed impaired driving deaths in the province one local mother is speaking out about the loss of her daughter nearly five years ago. Read more...

Ottawa man facing harassment charges for 1,000 sexually explicit calls

An Ottawa man is facing 30 charges after at least 1,000 Quebec women received sexually harassing phone calls since 2009, according to Quebec provincial police. Read more...