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Author Sarah Anderson

 

Nurse who helped Cpl. Nathan Cirillo asks not to be called a hero

The trained nurse who paused to help Corporal Nathan Cirillo was on a walk between appointments at two local care facilities and she said fear never entered her mind. Read more...

Corporal Nathan Cirillo remembered in Ottawa and in Hamilton

Corporal Nathan Cirillo, 24, is being remembered as a proud soldier and father, a good man, an animal lover and a fitness enthusiast. Read more...

MacLeod promises to rebuild PC party, change election campaign planning, in bid for leadership

Saying, “I guess the cat’s out of the bag, ladies and gentlemen,” Lisa MacLeod, MPP for Nepean-Carleton, formally announced her bid for leadership of the Ontario PC Party, a move that has long been expected of her. Read more...

Advanced polls see 47,000 turn out to vote

After five days of advanced polls more than 47,000 people have cast a ballot ahead of the October 27 municipal election in Ottawa. Read more...

Anti-crime rally planned for Ritchie Street Sunday afternoon

Calling for a solution to crime issues on Ritchie Street dozens of people will rally at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the west-end neighbourhood. Read more...

Lisa MacLeod to formally enter PC leadership race Sunday

An announcement that has been months in the making is finally taking place Sunday afternoon as Nepean-Carleton MPP Lisa MacLeod formally enters the race for leader of the Ontario PC Party. Read more...

Get your flu shot to protect yourself and others: Ottawa Public Health

With flu season now upon us Ottawa Public Health is encouraging everyone to get their flu shot early to protect themselves and those most vulnerable in our community. Read more...

Ottawa Health Day marked with beauty safety tips, flu shot promotion and healthy living talk

Promoting healthy, active living, beauty safety tips, and the benefits of the flu shot, Ottawa Public Health is encouraging people in the capital to mark the fourth annual Ottawa Health Day. Read more...

Rallies supporting choice for end of life being held across Canada

Rallies will be held across the country Wednesday in support of ending a ban on doctor-assisted dying which has been in place since a Supreme Court Ruling in 1993. Read more...

Ottawa ready with emergency protocol if an Ebola case is confirmed: Public Health

Ottawa is well-prepared should a case of Ebola be confirmed within the city limits. That's according to Ottawa Public Health which said the scare this weekend showed all of the right preparations are in place. Read more...