• 2 dead after head-on crash on March Road - CBC.ca

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    2 dead after head-on crash on March Road
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    A man and woman are dead after a head-on crash in rural west Ottawa Sunday night. It happened just before 9:30 p.m. on March Road, just south of Highway 417, in Carp. Firefighters extricated two people from one of the vehicles, a man and woman believed ...
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  • Guns N Roses announce Ottawa tour date this summer - MetroNews Canada

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    Guns N Roses announce Ottawa tour date this summer
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    Guns N Roses, featuring a broken Axl Rose in his concert throne, perform at the 2016 Coachella Music Festival. The reunited hair metal legends have extended their Not In This Lifetime Tour into 2017, including several Canadian stops. By: Andrew Fifield ...and more »
  • Hello commuters. Re-introduce yourself to winter. See snow, go slow, police warn. - Ottawa Citizen

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    Hello commuters. Re-introduce yourself to winter. See snow, go slow, police warn.
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    Commuters crawl along through the fresh snow on Prince of Wales Drive Monday morning. Julie Oliver / Postmedia. Share Adjust Comment Print. It's messy out there, Ottawa. Commuters are dealing with blowing snow, vanished lane lines on slippery roads ...and more »
  • Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Dec. 5 - CBC.ca

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    Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Dec. 5
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    Good morning commuters! You may not have expected the snow that started falling around 4:30 this morning. It was pretty brutal on the 417 around 5 a.m., I can tell you. School bus cancellations for Ottawa-Gatineau · How closing short stretch of Rideau ...
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  • Ottawa weather forecast calls for a snowy Monday - CBC.ca

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    Ottawa weather forecast calls for a snowy Monday
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    Snow started falling around 4 a.m. today and should continue until around noon, at least, as Ottawa, Gatineau and the surrounding area between five and 10 centimetres of the white stuff. Monday's forecast calls for cloudy skies with a 40 per cent ...
  • Public servant steals nearly $1 million in computer parts, sells them on Kijiji - Ottawa Citizen

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    Public servant steals nearly $1 million in computer parts, sells them on Kijiji
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    A former federal public servant who stole nearly $1 million in computer parts from the Department of National Defence and sold some of them on the classified website Kijiji has pleaded guilty to fraud and breach of trust. Andrew Heggaton, 33, was a ...and more »
  • Local craft distillers in low spirits over 'super-complicated' tax - CBC.ca

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    Local craft distillers in low spirits over 'super-complicated' tax
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    Craft distilleries like Ottawa's North of 7 Distillery say a proposed tax on Ontario-made spirits could spell the death of their companies before they even get a chance to get off the ground. The new tax, which would amount to what distillers say is 61 ...and more »
  • Federal government overpaid more than 20000 public servants - Ottawa Sun

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    Federal government overpaid more than 20000 public servants
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    Marie Lemay Deputy Minister of Public Works and Government Services Marie Lemay listens to a question during a technical briefing on the Phoenix pay system on Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016 in Ottawa. JUSTIN TANG / THE CANADIAN PRESS. Article. Tweet ...and more »
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  • Ottawa firefighters battle house fire in west end - CBC.ca

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    Ottawa firefighters battle house fire in west end
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    Ottawa firefighters were called to a house fire on Cleto Avenue off Merivale Road in the city's west end Sunday morning. A neighbour called to report smoke coming from a home at 12 Cleto Ave. shortly after 6:30 a.m., firefighters said. Crews searched ...
    Crews battle blaze on Cleto Avenue in NepeanOttawa Sunall 4 news articles »
  • Christmas lighting ceremonies in Ottawa this week - CBC.ca

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    Christmas lighting ceremonies in Ottawa this week
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    Downtown Ottawa will be awash with red and green by the end of this week as the museums and Parliament Hill flip the switch and turn on the annual festive lights. All of the lighting ceremonies are free and open to the public. The ceremony at Lansdowne ...and more »
  • Maryam Monsef apologizes to electoral reform committee for Commons outburst - Ottawa Citizen

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    Maryam Monsef apologizes to electoral reform committee for Commons outburst
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    Maryam Monsef, Minister of Democratic Institutions, stands in the House of Commons during question period in Ottawa, Friday, December 2, 2016. FRED CHARTRAND / THE CANADIAN PRESS. Share Adjust Comment Print. OTTAWA — The minister in ...and more »
  • Drones to deliver to remote Canadian towns - Ottawa Sun

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    Drones to deliver to remote Canadian towns
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    The end-of-the-road northern Ontario community is one of more than 1,000 isolated towns across the country that could be catered to by first-of-a-kind service drones by the end of next year. Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) is working with Transport Canada ...and more »
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  • 'Massive' budget cuts proposed at uOttawa put library, jobs at risk - Ottawa Citizen

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    'Massive' budget cuts proposed at uOttawa put library, jobs at risk
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    Protests were held in front of the University of Ottawa's Morisset Library in Ottawa Wednesday Nov 30, 2016. The rally was held to protest library cuts. Tony Caldwell / Postmedia Network. Share Adjust Comment Print. All faculties and services at the ...and more »
  • Politicians unite to dismiss NCC's recommendation - Ottawa Sun

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    Politicians unite to dismiss NCC's recommendation
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    gang Politicians from all three levels of government – including Ottawa Centre MP Catherine McKenna – stood with Ottawa Hospital officials Friday brushing off the National Capital Commission's recommendation to build a new Civic hospital at Tunney's ...and more »
  • Alleged telephone fraudsters target public servants in Phoenix debacle - Ottawa Sun

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    Alleged telephone fraudsters target public servants in Phoenix debacle
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    As if the Phoenix pay system hasn't been enough of a nightmare for the thousands of federal civil servants who have been overpaid, underpaid or not paid at all since its rollout last February, things got worse as alleged telephone fraudsters have ...and more »
  • New charges for Ottawa teen in hate-motivated graffiti attacks - Ottawa Sun

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    New charges for Ottawa teen in hate-motivated graffiti attacks
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    love Residents gathered for a march against racism on Sunday, November 20, 2016, a day after a minor was charged for hate graffiti painted on several Ottawa buildings in the past week. ASHLEY FRASER / POSTMEDIA. Article. Tweet ...and more »
  • Government hiring keeps capital region jobless rate steady - Ottawa Sun

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    Government hiring keeps capital region jobless rate steady
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    housing construction ottawa Ottawa homebuilders are aiming high in 2016, according to a slew of new statistics released detailing the current state of affairs in the city's housing market. Article. Tweet. Change text size for the story; Print this ...
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  • Ottawa weather forecast calls for chance of snow Friday, Saturday - CBC.ca

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    Ottawa weather forecast calls for chance of snow Friday, Saturday
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    It was supposed to be a clear weekend, they said. No rain or snow, they said. Well, we may not be in the clear after all. Friday's forecast for Ottawa-Gatineau calls for mainly cloudy skies with a 40 per cent chance of rain or wet flurries as a ...
    Government hiring keeps capital region jobless rate steadyOttawa Sunall 2 news articles »
  • Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Dec. 2 - CBC.ca

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    Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for Dec. 2
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    Good morning, and happy Friday commuters! There were still a few spits of rain early this morning, but it should be a better trip to work than yesterday. Quite a few construction projects scheduled to wrap up today. Queen Street is scheduled to re-open ...
  • Mayfair Theatre cancels showing of men's rights documentary The Red Pill - CBC.ca

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    Mayfair Theatre cancels showing of men's rights documentary The Red Pill
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    The controversial men's rights documentary The Red Pill will be screened at Ottawa City Hall on Sunday after the Mayfair Theatre cancelled its scheduled showing over complaints. Theatre co-owner and programmer Lee Demarbre said long-time patrons and ...and more »
  • Conference signals Ottawa's transformation from telecom town to software city - CBC.ca

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    Conference signals Ottawa's transformation from telecom town to software city
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    Ottawa companies are showing some SaaS these days — Software as a Service. The growing niche is transforming our telecom town into a software city, and there was plenty of evidence on display at the first-ever SaaS North Conference at Shaw Centre this ...
  • Parliamentary props a no-no, but MPs love 'em anyway - Ottawa Citizen

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    Parliamentary props a no-no, but MPs love 'em anyway
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    Maryam Monsef Minister of Democratic Institutions stands in the House of Commons during question period on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Thursday, December 1, 2016. FRED CHARTRAND / THE CANADIAN PRESS. Share Adjust Comment Print. Honourable ...
    Ottawa committee recommends proportional voting system, referendumThe Guardianall 60 news articles »
  • Brennan: How angry was Boucher? Pretty angry - Ottawa Citizen

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    Brennan: How angry was Boucher? Pretty angry
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    Ottawa Senators head coach Guy Boucher looks on as his team takes on the Toronto Maple Leafs during the first period of an NHL pre-season hockey game in Saskatoon, Tuesday, October 4, 2016. Liam Richards / THE CANADIAN PRESS. Share Adjust ...
    Ottawa Senators goaltender Mike Condon plays well, but Philadelphia Flyers come back for 3-2 win in OTNational Postall 34 news articles »
  • Why Ottawa's child-torturing Mountie got bail: 'It approaches an explainable crime' - Ottawa Sun

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    Why Ottawa's child-torturing Mountie got bail: 'It approaches an explainable crime'
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    In the final weeks of the child-torture case against an ex-Mountie, first-time spectators in the courtroom repeatedly asked the same question when the man who had burned and starved his 11-year-old son would simply walk out the front door and down ...and more »
  • Ottawa looking to land 2021 Canada Games - Ottawa Sun

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    Ottawa looking to land 2021 Canada Games
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    Canada Games Olympic speed skating star Catriona Le May Doan (right) and Patrick Kenny of the Canada Games light the Canada Winter Games torch on Parliament Hill in 2014. Ottawa is one of four cities chasing the summer version of the Games in 2021.
    Scanlan: Leeder's experience invaluable in Ottawa's bid to host 2021 Canada GamesOttawa Citizenall 2 news articles »
  • Tunney's Pasture scrapped; Sir John Carling site new choice for ... - CTV News

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    Tunney's Pasture scrapped; Sir John Carling site new choice for ...
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    A week after the National Capital Commission recommended Tunney's Pasture as the site for the Ottawa Hospital's new Civic Campus, CTV News has learned ...
    Sir John Carling site better fit for Civic hospital, says Ottawa mayorCBC.ca
    Push grows for Sir John Carling as new Civic site, NCC blasts mayor over secrecy claimsOttawa Citizen
    finally, clarity in Civic sagaOttawa Sunall 10 news articles »
  • Tunney's Pasture scrapped as future home of Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus - CTV News

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    Tunney's Pasture scrapped as future home of Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus
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    A week after the National Capital Commission recommended Tunney's Pasture as the site for the Ottawa Hospital's new Civic Campus, CTV News has learned the proposal is dead. Sources said local politicians from three levels of government have agreed ...
    Sir John Carling site better fit for Civic hospital, says Ottawa mayorCBC.ca
    Push grows for Sir John Carling as new Civic site, NCC blasts mayor over s
  • Ottawa weather forecast is not December-like, at all - CBC.ca

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    Ottawa weather forecast is not December-like, at all
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    It's officially December and you can break into those advent calendars! But you wouldn't know it, considering the mild weather in Ottawa-Gatineau. Thursday's forecast calls for periods of rain ending in the morning, then a 60 per cent chance of showers ...
  • Montreal parking app looking for spot in Ottawa - CBC.ca

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    Montreal parking app looking for spot in Ottawa
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    A Montreal start-up has its sights set on downtown Ottawa neighbourhoods such as the Glebe to expand its parking business. CityParking uses an app, similar to Uber, in order to connect drivers with people who want to rent out their residential ...
  • Canada Post changes locks on Ottawa super mailbox — with new keys still inside - CBC.ca

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    Canada Post changes locks on Ottawa super mailbox — with new keys still inside
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    Canada Post changed the locks on a community mailbox in Ottawa's Blossom Park neighbourhood this week, but residents say there was just one problem: the keys to the locks were still in the mailboxes. Canada Post replacing defective community mailbox ...
  • 'Patient and understanding': Ottawa couple remembered for devotion to son charged with their murders - National Post

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    'Patient and understanding': Ottawa couple remembered for devotion to son charged with their murders
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    Dave Rogers and Merrill Gleddie were loving and devoted parents who did everything they could to help their struggling son, Cameron, say friends and family. Police found the bodies of Rogers and Gleddie Monday night, behind a shed at their Carleton ...
  • Police officer injured after responding to Sandy Hill house party - CBC.ca

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    Police officer injured after responding to Sandy Hill house party
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    An Ottawa police officer suffered minor injuries while responding to a loud house party in Sandy Hill on Tuesday night. Police were called to the party on the 100-block of Henderson Avenue, near Osgoode Street, just before 9 p.m.. Two officers became ...
  • The fog in Ottawa-Gatineau is so bad on Wednesday, there could be werewolves in our midst. (Shutterstock) - CBC.ca

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    The fog in Ottawa-Gatineau is so bad on Wednesday, there could be werewolves in our midst. (Shutterstock)
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    Good morning commuters! Well, I was driving in this morning from the west end, and sure enough, there was someone with only their running lights on. Don't be that guy. Especially this morning. The fog is about as bad as it gets today. There could be ...
  • 'Immediate action' needed to fix Ottawa's rooming houses, report says - CBC.ca

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    'Immediate action' needed to fix Ottawa's rooming houses, report says
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    Broken windows. Exposed electrical wires. Cockroach and bedbug infestations. No heating. Those are just a few of the problems facing residents of Ottawa's 1,300-plus rooming houses, according to a new report that urges both the city and the province to ...
  • Ottawa Hospital board rejects Tunney's Pasture as site for new Civic campus - CBC.ca

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    Ottawa Hospital board rejects Tunney's Pasture as site for new Civic campus
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    The Ottawa Hospital's board of governors voted Monday night to reject the National Capital Commission's recommendation that a new Civic campus be located at Tunney's Pasture. The hospital has pushed for nearly a decade to build a new Civic campus on ...
    Ottawa Hospital Board, local MPPs, reject Tunney's Pasture as new hospital siteCTV News
    Ottawa Hospital board rejects Tunney's Pasture as site for
  • Eichel's return lifts Sabres to wild win in Ottawa - CBC.ca

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    Eichel's return lifts Sabres to wild win in Ottawa
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    Jack Eichel finally made his season debut and gave the Buffalo Sabres a big boost. After missing the first 21 games due to sprained ankle just before the season opener, Eichel had a goal and an assist to help the Sabres beat the Ottawa Senators 5-4 on ...
    Senators pay the price for cold start against SabresOttawa Citizen
    Game 23 preview: Buffalo Sabres @ Ottawa SenatorsSilver Sevenall 131 news articles »
  • Joe Biden to meet with Trudeau, premiers in Ottawa next week - Ottawa Sun

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    Joe Biden to meet with Trudeau, premiers in Ottawa next week
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    U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden will be in Ottawa for a two-day visit during a busy week of high-profile meetings featuring Prime Minister Justine Trudeau, Canada's premiers and aboriginal leaders. The White House released a statement Tuesday saying the ...
    Biden to meet with Trudeau in Ottawa to discuss Canada-US tiesThe Globe and Mail
    Outgoing U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden to visit Ottawa next monthMetroNews
  • Ottawa's pipeline approvals give Alberta boost, but rile critics - The Globe and Mail

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    Ottawa's pipeline approvals give Alberta boost, but rile critics
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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave a shot in the arm Tuesday to Alberta's struggling oil industry by approving two major crude pipelines, a decision that provoked outrage from environmentalists, some First Nations leaders and B.C.'s Lower Mainland ...
    Ottawa approves two pipelines, rejects one while imposing tanker ban on northern B.C. coastFinancial Post
    BC groups attack Ottawa's approval of
  • Grey Cup paraded down Bank Street in Ottawa - CBC.ca

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    Grey Cup paraded down Bank Street in Ottawa
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    Grey Cup parade in Ottawa. Posted by CBC Ottawa. 12,608 Views. share · Grey Cup parade in Ottawa. Posted by CBC Ottawa. 12,608 Views. Video Unavailable. Sorry, this video could not be played. Learn More. Thousands of cheering football fans lined ...
    Scanlan: Redblacks cherish their Grey Cup parade; now it's the Sens turn to shineOttawa Citizen
    Ottawa rallies as 40000-plus take in Grey Cup paradeCFL.ca
    Redblacks to parade Grey
  • Ottawa couple found dead, son charged with 2 counts of 1st-degree murder - CBC.ca

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    Ottawa couple found dead, son charged with 2 counts of 1st-degree murder
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    A former Ottawa Citizen reporter and his wife were found dead in the backyard of their Ottawa home on Monday night, and their son has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder. Cameron Rogers was charged Tuesday morning in the deaths of ...
    Updated: Son charged with first-degree murder in death of parentsOttawa Citizen
    Police investigate double homicide in Ottawa, man in custody in MontrealCTV
  • Grey Cup photos: Ottawa Redblacks vs. Calgary Stampeders - Ottawa Citizen

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    Grey Cup photos: Ottawa Redblacks vs. Calgary Stampeders
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    The Ottawa Redblacks have qualified for their second consecutive Grey Cup, and this time they want to finish the job in Toronto. Ottawa Redblacks defensive back Forrest Hightower intercepts a pass intended for Calgary Stampeders slotback Kamar Jorden ...
    Ottawa Redblacks head into Grey Cup playing their best footballNational Post
    Grey Cup: Ottawa Redblacks lead Calgary Stampeders 33-23 in 4th quarterGlob
  • Exclusive: Inside the world of suspected Ottawa terrorist Tevis Gonyou-McLean - Ottawa Citizen

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    Exclusive: Inside the world of suspected Ottawa terrorist Tevis Gonyou-McLean
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    Up until his arrest by the RCMP on a terrorism peace bond last summer, Tevis Gonyou-McLean felt like he had finally found his purpose in life: to worship and make really good pizza. He had an apartment, a job, a sports car and dreams of owning his own ...
  • Should teachers be banned from posting beach photos on Facebook? Ottawa board seems to think so - National Post

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    Should teachers be banned from posting beach photos on Facebook? Ottawa board seems to think so
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    A teacher on vacation posts a picture on Facebook depicting her frolicking on the beach in a swimming suit. Is she risking her professional reputation and putting herself in danger of discipline? That's one interpretation of a guideline on personal ...and more »
  • Doctor Who fans get their geek on during Ottawa Comiccon holiday extravaganza - Ottawa Citizen

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    Doctor Who fans get their geek on during Ottawa Comiccon holiday extravaganza
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    Angela Beking dressed as a Weeping Angel and Dalek Clifton at the Ottawa Comiccon holiday edition that was on at the EY Centre Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016. Ashley Fraser / Postmedia. Share Adjust Comment Print. Comics, science fiction and pop-culture fans ...
  • Giving Anderson start against Rangers just made sense to Boucher - Ottawa Citizen

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    Giving Anderson start against Rangers just made sense to Boucher
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    Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson (41) acknowledges the crowd as he was announced as the Molson Star of the month for October at Canadian Tire Centre before taking on the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday November 1, 2016. Errol McGihon / ...
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    Craig Anderson leads Ottawa Senators to third-straight victorySil
  • Ottawa Hospital receives $2.2-million in funding for stem cell research - MetroNews Canada

    Ottawa Hospital receives $2.2-million in funding for stem cell research
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    Clinical trials will look at how stem cells can be used to improve treatments for septic shock, liver transplants and heart attacks. Share on Facebook. Reddit this! A. A. Report an Error. Share via Email. Print. File photo of the Ottawa Hospital. Metro ...
  • City Hall Blog: LRT track testing begins soon - Ottawa Citizen

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    City Hall Blog: LRT track testing begins soon
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    Track work for Ottawa's new Confederation LRT line near Belfast Road at Tremblay. LRT trains are expected to begin rolling along a short stretch of test track in the city's east end this week. JULIE OLIVER / Postmedia. Share Adjust Comment Print. Light ...
  • Justin Trudeau defends Fidel Castro statement - Ottawa Sun

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    Justin Trudeau defends Fidel Castro statement
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    ANTANANARIVO, Madagascar — Justin Trudeau wanted to deliver a strong message on human rights during his first trip to Africa as prime minister, and while he certainly made a big splash on that issue, it was not for the reasons he had originally intended.and more »
  • Anderson to start for Senators against Rangers - Ottawa Citizen

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    Anderson to start for Senators against Rangers
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    Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson (41) acknowledges the crowd as he was announced as the Molson Star of the month for October at Canadian Tire Centre before taking on the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday November 1, 2016. Errol McGihon / ...
    Ottawa Senators hold on for another close win, beat Carolina Hurricanes 2-1Times Colonist
    Craig Anderson leads Ottawa Senators to third-straight victorySilver Seven
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  • Man killed in Hintonburg apartment fire - CBC.ca

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    Man killed in Hintonburg apartment fire
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    A man died and another was seriously injured in two separate overnight fires in Ottawa. In the first case, emergency crews were called to a burning apartment on Wellington Street West near Parkdale Avenue just after 1 a.m. Firefighters pulled a man in ...
    Police investigate fatal fire on Wellington Street WestOttawa Citizen
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