2 hrs ago
Cool power cart rides coming to Anderson, Cloverdale and Emerald
Sweet new rides and welcome-to-the-season specials are about to wow show-goers at the Patterson family's three-course exhibit during the two-day Ottawa-Gatineau GolfExpo .
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5 hrs ago
The Long Road To Ottawa
That is a big deal these days when governments in our country and others are eroding a lot of rights, freedoms and responsibilities to its citizens.
7 hrs ago
Ottawa man charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle by drug
On March 6, 2014 at approximately 4:16 p.m., members of the Mattawa Ontario Provincial Police received a call of a traffic complaint on Highway 17, Calvin Township.
8 hrs ago
Snowmobiler killed after crashing into tree in South Glengarry
Ontario Provincial Police are investigating after a man was killed while snowmobiling east of Ottawa Thursday, the second fatal snowmobile crash in eastern Ontario this week.
12 hrs ago
Ontario bill would require MPPs to post expenses online
Premier Kathleen Wynne announced new legislation Thursday to give the province's ombudsman the power to investigate school boards, municipalities and universities and to require MPPs to post travel expenses online.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Trade deal between Canada, South Korea expected to meet auto sector resistance
The Harper government is set to sign a long-sought trade deal with South Korea early next week, despite entrenched opposition by some in Ontario's critically important auto sector, sources close to the talks say.
'Informal' dog park in Stittsville could cost the city millions to keep
Dog-walkers in Stittsville want the city to "protect" a piece of private land they've become accustomed to letting their pets roam, a multimillion-dollar project that's shaping up as a new version of the fight over a forest in the South March Highlands.
Ontario first to sign on for Canada Job Grant
Ontario became the first province Thursday to sign a framework agreement with the federal government over the once-contentious Canada Job Grant.
Ontario first to officially sign on for Canada Job Grant
Copies of the Federal Budget and Canada Job Grant fliers are pilled on a desk on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on March 21, 2013.
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Canadians meeting Trinidad investigators regarding Lev Tahor
Canadian officials are meeting with investigators from Trinidad and Tobago's Ministry of National Security, which handles immigration, in regard to Lev Tahor members detained in the country, according to a ministry spokesperson.
Laser clinic operator Eve Stewart gets day in court in Toronto
The body that oversees Ontario's doctors will be in a Toronto courtroom this morning in an attempt to stop an Ottawa clinic operator from performing medical acts.
Madely's Morning Minute - March 06
This CFRA Getaway takes a winner and their guest on a Hawaiian cruise, courtesy of Expedia CruiseShipCentres , Kanata, Norwegian Cruise Lines and WestJet ! It's a 7 night cruise around the Hawaiian Islands with a Balcony Cabin, economy airfare for 2 from Ottawa and most meals are included! Listen for your name.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Measles alert: Student in Stittsville diagnosed with city's first case since 2011
Public health officials went into high gear Wednesday, calling hundreds of people who may have been exposed after a Stittsville child was diagnosed with measles.
Sonja Gaudet named Canada's flag-bearer for Paralympics
Wheelchair curler Sonja Gaudet has been named as Canada's flag-bearer for the opening ceremony of the Sochi Paralympic Games.
Leadership debts a burden for potential federal Liberal candidates
Marc Garneau, left, and Justin Trudeau take part in the the Liberal leadership debate in Mississauga, Ont., on Saturday, February 16, 2013.
Great Bowls of Fire! Fundraiser helps out Ottawa Food Bank
Shelia Whyte, owner of Thyme & Again Creative Catering, is on All in a Day on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, to offer the caramelized onion, mushroom and bacon soup.
Quebec election triggered by PQ Leader Pauline Marois
She climbed onto her campaign bus in Quebec City just after 10:30 a.m. ET following a meeting with Lt.-Gov. Pierre Duchesne to dissolve the provincial legislature and issue an election writ.
Construction boom helps keep Ottawa economy afloat
The global financial crisis may have beaten down many sectors, but for Ottawa's construction industry it kicked off steady, plentiful work.
Carp Road dump foes say ministry is biased against them
The Ontario Ministry of Environment is being accused of bias in its handling of a proposal to expand the Carp Road landfill after the release of emails in which an environmental officer suggested some people "exaggerated" or "lied" when complaining about bad smells from the landfill.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Temporary workers frustrated with lower wages, instability
After spending a whole career doing temporary writing jobs, Isabella Mindak is for the first time struggling to get contracts with the federal government.