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NCC to reveal Civic Hospital site selection strategy

The National Capital Commission is set to reveal how it will decide where the new Civic Hospital will go. Read more...

Rideau Canal restrictions come into effect ahead of Three Amigos Summit

Much of Ottawa's downtown core is shutting down Wednesday, as U.S. President Barack Obama arrives for the North American Leaders' Summit, also known as the Three Amigos Summit. Read more...

Relief of some closures surrounding Rideau Street

Several roads and sidewalks have reopened after weeks of closures in the downtown core following the sinkhole on Rideau Street. Read more...

14-year-old, 17-year-old charged in Byward Market shooting/stabbing

A 14-year-old girl from Gatineau and a 17-year-old boy from Ottawa face gun-related charges after a shooting and stabbing incident in the Byward Market. Read more...

UPDATE: Transit Commission approves changes to ParaTranspo service

The City's Transit Commission has approved changes to the way ParaTranspo provides service that OC Transpo says could expand ridership by as many as 2,000 clients. Read more...

Child drowns in Low family pool

The small Western Quebec community of Low is in shock after the drowning of a four-year-old boy this weekend. Read more...

Woman charged after car slams into restaurant

A woman has been charged after a red Mazda drove straight into the Popeyes Chicken restaurant on Montreal Road Saturday. Read more...

No one hurt after motorhome fire in Munster

Ottawa Firefighters say no one has been reported hurt after a motor home in Munster caught fire early Monday morning. Read more...

New bus station platform opens at Tunney's Pasture

If you take the bus to or from the west end, your trip will change again Monday morning. Read more...

UPDATED: Rideau Street may not reopen to vehicles until after Friday, some sinkhole closures end

Mayor Jim Watson says the section of road surrounding the Rideau Street sinkhole may not reopen before Canada Day. Read more...