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Cyberattack on Government of Canada websites

Federal government websites are under cyberattack, according to Treasury Board president Tony Clement. Read more...

Canadian War Museum opens new First World War exhibit in permanent gallery

The Canadian War Museum opened a new exhibit in its permanent gallery on Feb. 19. Read more...

Heritage Day 2015 in Ottawa

City Hall was awash in history for Heritage Day 2015, with dozens of people dressed in period costumes. Read more...

Ottawa Nordstrom opens March 6

Ottawa will welcome Canada's second Nordstrom store next month. Read more...

211 Day in North America

If you have a non-urgent need for social services, 211 is the number to call. Read more...

International Safer Internet Day: Talk to your kids about online safety

Between mobile phones, laptops, and even video games, kids and teens today spend tons of time online. Read more...

Cineplex to offer movie experience catered to people with autism

Cineplex is accommodating people with autism spectrum disorder and their families with a new special screening program. Read more...

Home Depot data breach confirmed, may affect shoppers at Canadian stores

Home Depot has confirmed they've been hit by a data breach and it may have affected customers at Canadian stores. Read more...

Moncton police shooting suspect still on the loose

A 24 year old man suspected of killing three RCMP officers in Moncton, New Brunswick, remains on the loose in a northern part of the city. Read more...

UPDATE: Boy found locked in filthy bedroom doing well, police say

A 10-year-old boy rescued in urine-soaked pyjamas from a squalid bedroom where he had been confined for up to two years expressed hope, authorities say, that he can now attend school.     Read more...