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Enterovirus D86 likely to reach Ottawa, doctors say

A virus that's infected hundreds of kids in the United States is likely to arrive in Ottawa doctors say. 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...

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...

Fallen firefighters honoured at memorial ceremony

Civilians, firefighters, and their families all took a moment to pause Sunday morning to remember Canada's fallen firefighters. Read more...

Frosh controversy at home as frosh leaders' t-shirts called 'disgusting'

Carleton University says an investigation is underway after students facilitating the school's frosh week were photographed wearing offensive t-shirts, sparking outrage from fellow students and university alumni on social media. Read more...

UPDATED: 40-year-old woman killed during Ride the Rideau event identified as Laurie Strano

The 40-year-old cyclist, struck and killed Saturday during the Ride the Rideau event, has been identified as Laurie Strano, a mother of two, and an employee of the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre. Read more...

UPDATED: Wiggle Waggle Walkathon for the Ottawa Humane Society raises $215,000

Animal lovers took over Queen Julianna Park on Sunday for the 26th annual Wiggle Waggle Walkathon. Read more...

Demonstrators show support for Iraqi Christians on Parliament Hill

Demonstrators show support for Iraqi Christians on Parliament Hill Read more...

Capital Pride 'accounting irregularities' an 'international scandal,' local business owner says

One local entrepreneur who is owed $24,000 from Capital Pride says the possible financial trouble the festival is having is an embarrassment and a scandal. Read more...