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Nicol building to house Carleton's Sprott School of Business thanks to $10 M donation

The landscape at Carleton University is set to change again as the school announces a new building planned to house the Sprott School of Business. Read more...

All-clear given after reports of gunman near Alta Vista school

The all-clear has been given at four local schools after a report of a gun sighting in a nearby wooded area forced the schools into secure mode. Read more...

Police aim to recruit women at special session

The Ottawa Police Service is continuing to work toward a goal of having women make up HALF of its members. Read more...

You are not alone - speaking out on World Suicide Prevention Day

Wednesday marks World Suicide Prevention Day, a time to raise awareness about mental health issues and a reminder that you are not alone. Read more...

Phys-ed should be mandatory through high school: Dr. Barry Dworkin

Ottawa students aren't getting enough exercise, according to an Ottawa Public Health survey that finds 60 per cent of students are spending more than two hours a day in front of a screen. Read more...

UPDATED: Ottawa man charged with trafficking Ecstasy in Market bar

A 21-year-old Ottawa man is facing possession and trafficking charges after police say the man was selling Ecstasy at a bar on Clarence Street in the ByWard Market. Read more...

Changes could come to Ride the Rideau but fundraiser not in jeopardy

The Ottawa Hospital Foundation said it will wait for the results of an Ottawa Police investigation into the death of cyclist Laurie Strano before deciding on potential changes for the Ride the Rideau fundraiser. Read more...

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...