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NDP leader calls for Chiarelli’s firing over remarks in legislature

The leader of Ontario's NDP wants the premier to fire the province's energy minister. Read more...

Construction to resume soon at site of deadly accident

Construction on what will soon be Ottawa's tallest building could resume as early as Friday, after work was stalled following a deadly construction accident in March. Read more...

Pedestrian struck during rush hour

A woman suffered minor injuries Wednesday afternoon after she was hit by a vehicle in the west end. Read more...

Gatineau police seize fentanyl, methamphetamine, other drugs in Buckingham

Gatineau police seized marijuana, fentanyl patches, methamphetamines, crack, and other drugs Wednesday druing raids on four different addresses in Buckingham. Read more...

Hospital CEO challenges councillors to Do the Ride

The CEO of the Ottawa Hospital is challenging Ottawa city councillors to Do the Ride. Read more...

Mayor asks fire department for Fort McMurray support

Mayor Jim Watson has asked the city's fire chief to look into what the city department can do to help in Fort McMurray, a city devestated by raging wildfire. Read more...

Ottawa man convicted of sex assault to live in N.S.

An Ottawa man who pleaded guilty to sex assault after pulling down women's pants on bike paths will soon be living in Nova Scotia. Read more...

Pedestrian struck by OC Transpo bus at Baseline

Ottawa Paramedics say a 46-year-old woman is in serious but stable condition after she was hit by a bus at the Baseline OC Transpo station Wednesday evening. Read more...

City committee gives photo radar thumbs up

The city's transportation committee has approved a plan to ask the province's permission to use photo radar. Read more...

Police seeking suspect in alleged Trainyards sex assault

Ottawa Police are asking the public's help in finding a suspect accused of inappropriately touching a woman last month near the Trainyards. Read more...