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Cheap Trick stage collapse lawsuit against Bluesfest in court on Thursday

Nearly four years after a stage collapse at Bluesfest, lawsuits filed against the music festival will be heard in court. Read more...

Alfie to receive the key to the city on Thursday night

He was a leader not only on the ice but off the ice as well and on Thursday night, Daniel Alfredsson will be given the city's highest honour. Read more...

Man accused of impersonating a soldier back in court Wednesday

The Cantley, Que. man accused of impersonating a soldier is expected back in court on Wednesday. Read more...

Councillor urges people to contact police before posting potential crimes on Facebook

After discovering a number of posts to social media about potential crimes in a Blackburn area neighbourhood, Innes ward councillor, Jody Mitic, tried to follow up with the police. Read more...

Community raises nearly $7.8 million at 24th annual Heart Institute telethon

The 24th annual University of Ottawa Heart Institute telethon was a massive success helping to raise nearly $7.8 million. Read more...

Mayor Watson will recover in respite care facility

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson won't be making the rounds at community events for the next month or so as he recovers from a pelvic fracture. Read more...

Rideau Street closed this weekend

Expect large crowds on the Mackenzie King Bridge through the weekend as buses are being rerouted off of Rideau Street and on to the bridge. Read more...

Doorman stabbed at Gatineau nightclub

The Gatineau Police are investigating after an early morning stabbing outside of a bar. Read more...

Police investigate east end stabbing

Ottawa Police are looking for witnesses after a late night stabbing in the city's east end on Thursday. Read more...

More lawsuits filed in connection to deadly bus crash in Barrhaven

Four more lawsuits have been filed against the city, Via Rail and the estate of an OC Transpo bus driver. Read more...