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Poutine Fest back on Sparks Street

Poutine Fest has returned to Sparks Street for its spring edition. Read more...

Police get new tools for water rescues

Front line Ottawa Police officers now have a new tool that will help them save lives. Read more...

Jenner interview will have impact locally, groups say

Local transgender advocacy groups say Olympian Bruce Jenner's coming out could leave a major impact. Read more...

Local climbing groups safe after massive earthquake in Nepal

Several local climbing and hiking groups on the ground in Nepal describe the scene as "chaotic" after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the country and killed hundreds. Read more...

UPDATED: No one hurt, but at least 12 displaced, after fire in Herongate area

At least a dozen people have been left homeless, after a fire in the Herongate neighbourhood. Read more...

Anderson's 45 saves lift Senators over Canadiens to tighten series

MONTREAL - Bobby Ryan and Patrick Wiercioch scored in the first period and Craig Anderson made 45 saves as the Ottawa Senators downed the Montreal Canadiens 5-1 on Friday night to surge back into their first-round NHL playoff series. Read more...

Public elementary teachers could strike in May, catholic teachers in June

Public elementary school teachers will be in a legal strike position as of May 10th. Read more...

Ottawa woman uses crowd-funding in hope of restoring eyesight

An Ottawa woman has launched a crowd-funding campaign to help pay for surgery she hopes will restore her vision. Read more...

Ottawa man missing in Dominican Republic

The Department of Foreign Affairs confirms a Canadian man has gone missing in the Dominican Republic. Read more...

Suspect in Stevenson murder remanded into custody

A 19-year-old Ottawa man charged in the city's second homicide of the year has been remanded into custody. Read more...