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Amy Paul investigation: Inmate says police told him sex-trade worker's blood found in his truck
Ottawa police detectives investigating the Sept. 3 killing of sex-trade worker Amy Paul told a key suspect months ago that they found her blood in the back seat of his Ford pickup truck.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
EXCLUSIVE: Inside the hunt for Amy Paul's killer
A career criminal the Ottawa police publicly linked to the Amy Paul homicide investigation days before Christmas has vowed to clear his name and has an alibi that puts him out of town, and on surveillance video, the night the sex-trade worker was killed.
Transgender woman to file complaints over jail placement
A transgender woman arrested in Cornwall last month was housed with men at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre before being transferred to the women's section, according to a group that advocates for women in the justice system.
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.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
City to crackdown on school bus running through 'I Stop, You Stop' campaign
The City of Ottawa is launching a campaign to nab school bus runners in the latest action to stop drivers from ignoring school bus crossing arms and flashing lights.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Family, friends rally for 28-year-old Ottawa stroke survivor
Family and friends of a 28-year-old stroke survivor in Ottawa are raising money to help her and her fiance get by while she works to recover.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Great Gray Owl 2013 Ted Busby
Gallery member Ted Busby took the image on February 10, 2013, in Orleans, Ontario, along the Ottawa River, about 10 miles east of Canada's capital, Ottawa.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Swedish clothing retailer H&M coming to Place d'Orl ans
Swedish clothing retailer H&M coming to Place d'Orlans By Fred Sherwin Orlans Online First Target, and now H&M.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Omushkegowuk Walkers: A Moose Cree perspective
Danny Kresnyak/Special to Wawatay News The Omushkegowuk walkers were joined by Moose Cree members and leaders when they passed through Moosonee and Moose Factory on Jan. 14, 10 days after they began their walk to Ottawa.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Transgender inmate placed in female section of Ottawa jail
The union for Ontario's prison guards wants the province to update policies regarding transgender prisoners after a woman with male anatomy was housed in the all-female section of the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
First Nations walkers arrive in Ottawa
A group of First Nations people who have walked an average of 30 kilometres daily since early this year will bring their message to Parliament on Monday.
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Liberal biennial policy convention starts off with a bang, ends with a bit of a whimper
The first national Liberal biennial policy convention under Justin Trudeau's leadership ended with a bit of a whimper rather than a bang Sunday, as Mr. Trudeau barely made an appearance for the final hours and party officials moderating party resolution votes were left to say the final goodbyes on behalf of the party leadership.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Ottawa-Orl ans Liberal nomination race shaping up to be a very 'high profile' affair
Ottawa-Orlans Liberal nomination race shaping up to be a very 'high profile' affair By Fred Sherwin Orlans Online In the arena of party politics, riding nomination races don't normally receive much attention beyond a few headlines in the local community newspaper.
Retired general Andrew Leslie to reveal Tories tried to recruit him
Retired lieutenant-general Andrew Leslie is poised to reveal that the Harper Conservatives tried to recruit him as a star candidate for their party before he became an adviser to Liberal leader Justin Trudeau.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Brian Logan: 'He was one of those good souls'
The last time Jesse Logan saw his little brother and roommate was on Valentine's Day, when he scooped up a pile of gifts for his girlfriend and excitedly headed out the door.
Five things we learn about the Astral/BCE deal from the CRTC by Etan Vlessing
The CRTC has released a follow-up to the Astral-BCE transaction, which includes key revisions to commitments promised by the phone giant as part of a benefits package associated with a revised, and ultimately successful, bid by the Bell Media parent to acquire Astral Media for $3.4 billion.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
SIU won't release name of man killed after police chase
The Special Investigations Unit continues to investigate a single-vehicle fatality that occurred early Monday in OrlA©ans after a police pursuit, though the civilian police watchdog says that at the request of the man's family, his name will not be released.
The Caution Children new LP out now
The Caution Children 's new album, Safe Crusades / No Judgements / And Baby is out today via Flannel Gurl, but if you want to hear it before you buy it , you can listen to the full album stream which makes its premiere in this post.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
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Attawapiskat walkers: A Moose Cree community perspective
This story was produced with guidance from Danny Kresnyak of Journalists for Human Rights as part of JHR's Northern Ontario Initiative.
Fatal Orleans crash prompts investigation into traffic stop
A vehicle crashed at the intersection of Highway 174 and Trim Road just after midnight.