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9 hrs ago | CBC News
Dealers at the Montreal and Lac-Leamy casinos are expected to vote on the new deal as soon as a union general assembly can be organized.
14 hrs ago | CBC News
Ottawa Fire Services spokesperson Marc Messier said they were called to a serious collision at the intersection of March Road and Carling Avenue at 1:10 p.m. Two people trapped in a vehicle were both freed by firefighters who removed both doors from the driver's side, according to Messier.
16 hrs ago | CBC News
The parents of a Brockville teenager killed in a hit and run in 2013 say there's no better way to remember him than their Saturday launch of an annual music festival.
Stephen Gamble, the president of the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs, said fires caused by improperly discarded cigarettes are becoming more common as more people are smoking outside their homes.
It was Dwight Anderson just being Dwight Anderson. Anderson made his return to Regina on Friday, the first time he has been in the city since being traded by the Saskatchewan Roughriders to the Toronto... A new research project aims to reduce the need for antibiotics in broiler chickens.
Electrical failure in a Canadian Blood Services trailer is the suspected cause of a south Ottawa warehouse fire Saturday morning.
There were no injuries after an unattended pot on the stove caused a kitchen fire on March Road early Saturday.
Maj.-Gen. Claude LaFrance, a Korean War veteran and one of Canada's most accomplished air force commanders, played a key role in keeping Canada at the forefront of military and civil aviation developments.
The owner of Billy G Amusements has lost his fifth contract to provide midway services to fairs in the Ottawa Valley after what he says have been catastrophic changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker program.
A 25-year-old Ottawa man has been charged in connection with five retail store robberies over the last month that all happened in the early morning hours.
Seven people have been forced to find somewhere else to live after a three-alarm fire tore through two townhouses in Stittsville on Thursday.
The owner of Saslove's Meat Market said suppliers have been raising the price bit by bit since February, after warnings from economists and industry experts.
Steve Maloney is challenging incumbent Ralph Robinson in Ward 1 while Del McIntee will take on incumbent Marc Grant for the Ward 5 seat in the Oct. 27 election.
Highway 174 will remain closed throughout the rush hour in both directions between Cameron and Trim Road as crews continue the clean up from a collision Thursday night between a tanker truck and a car.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 11:06 pm
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