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Author Sarah Anderson

 

New delivery and tour service helps evolve Ottawa's craft beer culture

Ottawa's craft beer scene has exploded in recent months with more and more people choosing to drink beer brewed here in town and available only through the breweries' bottle shops. Read more...

OPP reminding drivers to brush up on school bus rules

Back to school time is coming up faster than you think and Ontario Provincial Police are reminding drivers they've got to start watching for kids heading back to school on foot and by bus. Read more...

Silver Spring garlic sale on now

Silver Spring Farm is holding its annual garlic sale with proceeds going to support programs for people with disabilities in Ottawa, many of whom don't have family support. Read more...

RedBlacks unveil new signature jersey

The Ottawa RedBlacks have unveiled their new signature jersey ahead of Sunday's game against the Calgary Stampeders at TD Place. Read more...

Online criminal record checks won't be a reality until 2015 at the earliest: police

One of the new revenue sources planned for the Ottawa Police Service in 2014 won't actually be ready until 2015. Read more...

Festival quenches thirst for craft beer in the capital

Demand for locally brewed craft beer has led to surge in new breweries within Ottawa and the valley and this weekend there's a festival to celebrate the growing trend. Read more...

Chilly weather prompts #Augtober posts on social media

It didn't feel much like the middle of August outside Friday, instead it felt much more like fall with the temperature around 15 degrees. Read more...

Distress Centre sees increase in calls from new clients following Robin Williams' death

In the wake of the suicide of comedian Robin Williams the Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region has seen an increase in calls for help, including from new callers. Read more...

CHEO technology to reduce wait times for specialist consultations

New online consultations at CHEO could drastically reduce wait times for patients who have non-urgent questions for specialists that their family doctors can't answer. Read more...

Penalty decision set for October for Desjourdy's discreditable conduct

A disciplinary hearing set for October 21 will decide a punishment Ottawa Police Sgt. Steve Desjourdy.. Read more...