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Author Sarah Anderson

 

Ottawa Police help Kingston Police in four-month drug investigation

Ottawa Police officers helped put an end to a four-month Kingston Police drug investigation into street-level drugs in that city's downtown core. Read more...

Taxi cab apps gain popularity before official launch

Coventry Connections hasn't yet officially launched its new series of apps that will allow you to order a taxi on your smartphone but the apps are already taking off. Read more...

Digital messaging signs delayed by more than two months

The digital messaging signs installed last summer over the 417 and 174 westbound are still not fully operational more than a month after they were supposed to be handed over to the Ministry of Transportation. Read more...

Ground broken for new pedestrian bridge linking Sandy Hill and Overbrook

Crews have officially broken ground on a new cycling and pedestrian bridge that will span the Rideau River between Sandy Hill and Overbrook. Read more...

Reports on track for ambitious Traffic Stop Race Data Collection Project

Just over a year into the ambitious Traffic Stop Race Data Collection Project patrol officers have recorded and tracked more than 60-thousand stops. Read more...

New recycling stations installed on Laurier Avenue East for pilot project

Nine new city benches and recycling stations are being installed on Laurier Avenue East as part of a new pilot project. Read more...

Roundabout confusion continues nearly 20 years after first one was installed

With more than 20 roundabouts now built in the City of Ottawa concerns are being raised about how safe they are and whether or not people actually know how to use them. Read more...

Housing communities using community engagement to reduce crime

Concerns have been raised about the safety of tenants at community housing complexes after two daylight shootings took place in housing neighbourhoods at opposite ends of the city. Read more...

Fourth man shot in the legs in less than one month: police

The Guns and Gangs Unit is taking over the investigation into a shooting that happened in broad daylight Monday afternoon in Ottawa's west end. Read more...

Dozens mark International Drug Users Memorial Day

More than 75 people gathered Monday morning in Lowertown's Cathcart Park to mourn the loss of loved ones who died from overdose and addiction. Read more...