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Dad of accused in 'swatting' case says hackers provided evidence in support of son

The father of a 16-year-old boy facing 60 charges in connection with more than two dozen phony emergency calls says his son is innocent, and a group of so-called hackers have given him evidence to support that. Read more...

Local Legion president says new funding for vets may not be enough

The federal government says it will invest $200 million dollars over the next six years to provide greater support for veterans' mental health needs. Read more...

UPDATED: Accident caused death of soldier, officials say

A Canadian Armed Forces member has died after an accident at Canadian Forces Base Petawawa. Read more...

Pop Expo wrapping up Sunday evening

The second annual Pop Expo is wrapping up today after it brought together thousands of comic book, film, and anime fans. Read more...

Heavy rain coming overnight, Environment Canada says

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement warning of heavy rain and some high winds today and into tomorrow. Read more...

City of Ottawa website hackers threaten to 'deface' Ottawa Police, Supreme Court websites

An anonymous individual claiming to be involved in the hacking of the City of Ottawa's website says a group has gained access to Ottawa Police servers, and are threatening to post police email logs. Read more...

Vehicle break-ins increase over Holiday season, police say

Ottawa Police say they want to educate residents about how to protect their valuables, as vehicle break-ins tend to increase around the Holiday shopping season. Read more...

More than 200 camp out for youth homelessness

More than 200 participants camped out in front of City Hall overnight to raise awareness of and money for youth homelessness as part of the Youth Services Bureau's annual sleep-out. Read more...

Change in party culture top priority, PC leadership candidates say

Ontario PC Party faithful gathered at the Marconi Centre Saturday morning for a town hall with PC leadership candidates. Read more...

Diab charged with 1st-degree murder, attempted 1st-degree murder

An Ottawa man has been charged in connection with a 1980 bombing of a Paris synagogue that killed four and injured dozens. Read more...