Lottery tracks down $50 million winner who lost ticket
An unbelievable set of circumstances have come together for Kathryn Jones, who won $50 million from an unclaimed Lotto Max prize drawn a year ago - a win for which she lost the ticket and never checked the numbers.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Hamilton woman loses lotto ticket still set to win $50M
A Hamilton woman is set to become $50-million richer - even though she lost her winning lottery ticket a year ago.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
a Q&a with William Galbraith
He was a polymath. He was a lawyer, author, journalist, publisher, head of information and intelligence during the First World War, a director of Reuters, British MP, and the Governor-General of Canada.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The London Free Press
Embrace Christmas spirit with weekend concerts
"There is nothing like music to bring in the joy of Christmas," Fanshawe Chorus London artistic director David Holler says in a media release.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Salters, plows prepare for Ottawa's early winter storm
Before the first storm of the winter is expected to hit Ottawa on Tuesday night, the city's crews will be out preparing the roads to make them easy to keep clear.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Young Ottawa family rebuilding after devastating fire
Firefighters quickly left this Booth Street apartment building and tackled the fire from outside when they realized the building could have been compromised.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
A New Element of Culture in the Cornwall restaurant scene
When Cui Ying Chen and her partner decided to follow their dream of opening their own restaurant, they could not think of a better location to open than Cornwall.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Ottawa doctor recognized by province for work in teen pregnancy care
A program that combines prenatal care and support services at a centre for pregnant teens in Ottawa has received a prestigious provincial award.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Tue Nov 19, 2013
New methadone clinic aims to give addicts immediate help
Simone Bell is thankful to Dr. Mark Ujjainwalla, crediting him with saving her life.
20-year-old Montreal Road crash victim dreamed of being a teacher
It was late Sunday, around midnight, when Rick Charbonneau woke up because of the dog's barking.
More than a dozen shots fired at parked car in Vanier
More than a dozen gunshots were fired at a parked compact car with two people inside on Montreal Road and Durocher Street overnight, Ottawa police say.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Montreal Road crash leaves one dead, one in critical condition
One person was killed and another was left in critical condition Sunday night after the city's second fatal car crash of the day.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Ottawa mother admits abandoning children after toddlers found covered in feces
A mother who left her nine-month-old baby and two toddlers alone overnight while she drank and did drugs pleaded guilty Wednesday to child abandonment.
Filipino-Canadian's family safe after Typhoon Haiyan
Susan Teodoro says she is relieved her nine siblings and their 50 children are safe after Typhoon Haiyan ripped through the Philippines.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Ottawa steps up support for typhoon victims
Anxious, uncertain and yet hopeful, 300 people, mostly members of Ottawa's Filipino community, filled a church in Vanier on Monday night to pray for the thousands who've perished and the thousands more struggling to survive following Typhoon Haiyan, which struck the Philippines late last week.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Congregating for Comic-Con in Vancouver
Vancouver has given the green light to a 49-storey mixed-use tower that will dramatically alter the city's skyline.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Councillor proposes licensing, demerit system for landlords renting homes near school campuses
Coun. Rick Chiarelli is the latest councillor to take up the fight against housing conversions as he makes a bid to limit how many people can live in one home within an area surrounding Algonquin College.