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UPDATE: Rideau Terrace re-opens after suspicious package investigation

Rideau Terrace has re-opened after a suspicious package investigation at 200 Rideau Terrace. Read more...

CFRA to launch live weekend morning programming

Starting next weekend, CFRA will bring you an all-new morning show on Saturdays and Sundays. Read more...

Gatineau toddler quarantined, Ebola test underway

An Ebola test is underway for a three-year-old girl at the Gatineau Hospital. Read more...

Police release photos of new persons of interest in Jemmie homicide

Ottawa Police have released photos of three new persons of interest in the Jabeir Jemmie homicide investigation. Read more...

Sens go home for Hometown Tour

The Ottawa Senators are visiting their hometowns this week as part of their inaugural Hometown Tour. Read more...

Council candidate says safety an 'afterthought' at Rideau and Waller intersection

One candidate for Ottawa city council says he wants more to be done about pedestrian safety at one of the deadliest intersections in the city.  Eight people have died in the last 10 years at Waller and Rideau Streets. Read more...

Family of young cancer survivor greet blood donors as part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Canadian Blood Services marked Childhood Cancer Awareness month with a special event Wednesday. Read more...

Allan Rock defends decision to suspend U of O hockey team

University of Ottawa President Allan Rock says any other course of action than suspending the university's hockey team would have been irresponsible. Read more...

Skunk to blame for strange apartment odour, fire says

Ottawa Fire says a skunk is to blame for a strange odour in an apartment building that brought the Ottawa Fire HAZMAT team to Clarence Street. Read more...

New underpass artwork represents neighbourhood connection

Mayor Jim Watson, MPP Yasir Naqvi, and several city councillors were on hand for the unveiling of a new public mural underneath the 417 at Metcalfe Street as part of an effort to beautify the city ahead of the Canada 150 celebrations. Read more...