Recent News Headlines : Ottawa - Canada

HOW A TORONTO MAN RECOVERED HIS STOLEN BIKE AFTER IT TRAVELLED 27,000 KM AROUND THE WORLD


Unlike most cyclists in Toronto, Warren Hull got his stolen bike back -- but not before it took a trip around the world... READ MORE

5th December, 2017 2410

A ROYAL ENGAGEMENT, THE WAR IN SYRIA RAGES ON AND A VOLCANO AWAKENS


The Toronto Argonauts run on the field before the start of the 105th Grey Cup championship game against the Calgary Stampeders in Ottawa on Sunday... READ MORE

2nd December, 2017 141

NEW MULRONEY INSTITUTE IS BANKROLLED BY BILLIONAIRES STEEPED IN SCANDAL


The economic impact of the Mulroney Institute project for northeast Nova Scotia is significant... READ MORE

1st December, 2017 3657

CANADA'S TRUDEAU SET FOR TOUGH CHINA TALKS ON TRADE DEAL, PLANE SALES


Canada's Trudeau set for tough China talks on trade deal, plane sales... READ MORE

30th November, 2017 0

CANADA SETS ASIDE TWO BUNKERS AT MILITARY BASES AMID GLOBAL UNCERTAINTY, NORTH KOREAN THREAT


Threat of a north korean missile striking canada prompts officials to adopt a cold war defensive posture... READ MORE

30th November, 2017 11169

'THROW THE BUSINESS MODEL OUT THE WINDOW,' OTTAWA COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER SAYS


But two local publishers whose outlets were not involved in the deal said community news isn't the problem -- it's Postmedia's business model that needs work... READ MORE

29th November, 2017 211

TRUDEAU APOLOGIZES FOR CANADA'S 'COLLECTIVE SHAME' PERSECUTION OF GAY PUBLIC SERVANTS


Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized on Tuesday for a decades-long campaign by previous governments to rid the military and public service of... READ MORE

29th November, 2017 3

POSTMEDIA CEO DEFENDS SHUTTERING OF 24 NEWSPAPERS


The CEO of Postmedia is defending a decision to shutter 15 eastern Ontario newspapers by mid-January, including several in the Ottawa area... READ MORE

28th November, 2017 183

ANALYSIS | FORTY YEARS AFTER IT WAS BUILT, MONTREAL'S OLYMPIC STADIUM IS ABOUT TO GET ANOTHER TAXPAYER BAILOUT


Forty years after it was built, Montreal's Olympic Stadium is about to get another taxpayer bailout... READ MORE

28th November, 2017 83

POSTMEDIA TO CLOSE COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS IN STRATFORD, LONDON, ST. THOMAS


In the same transaction, Torstar sold Metro in Winnipeg and Ottawa to Postmedia, and the following weekly community newspapers... READ MORE

27th November, 2017 2974

CHIEF LIBERAL PARTY FUNDRAISER TIED TO $8M LOAN TO OFFSHORE TRUST IN CAYMAN ISLANDS


Stephen Bronfman had no other direct or indirect involvement whatsoever in the Kolber Trust, the statement said... READ MORE

25th November, 2017 6568

CANADA'S TRUDEAU APOLOGIZES FOR ABUSE AT INDIGENOUS SCHOOLS THROUGH 20TH CENTURY


The decision came after a decadelong controversy over the federal government's responsibility... READ MORE

25th November, 2017 265

'FRIED DOUGH IS ONLY ABOUT LOVE'


'Fried dough is only about love' BeaverTails trademark dispute earns 3K for Calgary Food Bank... READ MORE

25th November, 2017 1912

'CULT-LIKE WORSHIPPERS' TURN CANADIAN-INVENTED INSTANT POT INTO A PHENOMENON


But Robert Wang, the Ottawa-based inventor of the Instant Pot, still considers his product's performance a triumph -- and one that's about to be repeated... READ MORE

23rd November, 2017 15034

TRUMP'S HOPES FOR QUICK NAFTA DEAL ARE DIMMING AS TALKS SLOW


After three months of talks, the U.S., Canada and Mexico remain miles apart on a deal to update the region's flagship trade pact... READ MORE

22nd November, 2017 134

CHRYSTIA FREELAND, NAFTA COUNTERPARTS WON'T ATTEND TALKS IN MEXICO CITY


Top trade officials from canada, the u.s. and mexico won't meet during 5th round of talks... READ MORE

16th November, 2017 955

HOARDING AIR MILES FOR A HOLIDAY? WHY OVERSEAS FLIGHTS AREN'T ALWAYS A GREAT DEAL


But is using your Air Miles to score that dream flight always a good deal?... READ MORE

15th November, 2017 727

IF FIRST NATIONS GROUP GETS ITS WISH, CALGARY WILL BE RENAMED WICHISPA OYADE


If a group of First Nations gets its wish, Calgary will be renamed Wichispa Oyade -- Stoney Nakoda terms that roughly translate to mean elbow town... READ MORE

13th November, 2017 29100

VAST INDIGENOUS LAND CLAIMS IN CANADA ENCOMPASS PARLIAMENT HILL


Some indigenous groups, like the Algonquins, never signed treaties giving up their land... READ MORE

12th November, 2017 1114

VIRTUAL KIDNAPPING SCHEME COULD TARGET CHINESE NATIONALS IN EDMONTON, POLICE WARN


Edmonton police said suspects posing as Chinese government officials or law enforcement tell victims by phone they have been implicated in crimes in China... READ MORE

12th November, 2017 19

'SHE'S A VERY SPECIAL ANGEL': FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGIST BRINGS CLOSURE TO RELATIVES OF LONG MISSING WAR DEAD


And it is when Lockyer discovered the remains in question likely belonged to someone about her age, and like her, comes from New Brunswick... READ MORE

11th November, 2017 1621

REMEMBERING THE VALOUR OF 'THE ROYAL OTTAWAS' AT PASSCHENDAELE


The allied win was short-lived as the Germans recaptured the ridge at Passchendaele five months later in April 1918... READ MORE

11th November, 2017 70

PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTS SCHOOL UNVEILS NEW LITTLE ITALY LOCATION


At left, Michael Tardioli and Jonathan Hobin stand in front of the new Little Italy location for the School of Photographic Arts Ottawa SPAO ... READ MORE

10th November, 2017 33

OTTAWA WRESTLER SET FOR NEXT BOUT AFTER WINNING FIGHT OF HIS LIFE


Devon nicholson, a.k.a. hannibal, contracted hep c during wrestling match in 2007... READ MORE

10th November, 2017 342

WINTER ARRIVES WITH CHANCE OF FLURRIES ON FRIDAY


There's a special weather statement in effect and Environment Canada is warning that black ice and flash freezing are a real possibility, so drive carefully... READ MORE

10th November, 2017 95

CITY AUDITOR TO RESUME INVESTIGATION INTO LONG-TERM CARE HOMES


Audit suspended after abuse allegations prompted provincial order... READ MORE

10th November, 2017 21

NO CAMERAS REQUIRED ABOARD UBER VEHICLES, CITY SAYS


The issue of whether to make cameras mandatory for Uber vehicles was a hot topic during the contentious 2016 debate to legalize companies like Uber... READ MORE

10th November, 2017 36

EX-GITMO DETAINEE SUES CANADA FOR ALLEGED TORTURE ROLE


Algerian Djamel Ameziane says Canada was complicit in his detention and torture at US-run Guantanamo Bay prison... READ MORE

9th November, 2017 1050

NIGHTLY DISPLAY REMEMBERS WWI DEAD


Thousands of names projected on wall of downtown ottawa landmark... READ MORE

9th November, 2017 217

70% OF SIU PROBES INTO OTTAWA POLICE NEVER PUBLICIZED


70 percent of SIU probes into Ottawa police never publicized... READ MORE

9th November, 2017 97

Trending News Headlines : Ottawa

CITY INVESTIGATING AFTER HOLE OPENS ON RIDEAU STREET


OC Transpo has temporarily removed its buses from Rideau Street... READ MORE

3rd November, 2017 3365

'A YEAR AND A HALF OF HELL'


She says provinces also need to update defamation laws to protect both businesses and people who write online reviews... READ MORE

1st November, 2017 3121

A HOSPICE FOR DIANA: HOW PALLIATIVE CARE SOOTHED A LIFE'S FINAL DAYS


A hospice story The 'amazing' last days of Diana Fitzharris... READ MORE

25th October, 2017 2823

TRUDEAU, TRUMP GOVERNMENTS TRADE CRITICISM AS NAFTA TALKS FALTER


Like Freeland, Bob Fisher, a U.S. negotiator in the original NAFTA talks, said he does not consider the delay a sign of a breakdown... READ MORE

18th October, 2017 2585

WINTER TRAVEL ADVISORY ISSUED FOR OTTAWA


Environment Canada has issued a winter weather travel advisory starting Thursday evening for commuters in the Ottawa area... READ MORE

9th November, 2017 2445

LIBERALS SAY THERE IS 'NO PLAN' TO CHANGE LAW TO PROTECT PENSIONERS IN WAKE OF SEARS' BANKRUPTCY


Liberals say there is 'no plan' to change law to protect pensioners in wake of Sears' bankruptcy... READ MORE

26th October, 2017 2356

'HOW MANY MORE LIVES DO WE HAVE TO LOSE?'


MP Todd Doherty said his heart broke after receiving word a Saskatchewan RCMP member took his own life on Tuesday... READ MORE

15th October, 2017 2336

DEFIBRILLATORS COMING TO ALL OCDSB SCHOOLS


Griffin Martin, 8, died on Feb. 24 after he went into cardiac arrest during recess at Orleans Wood Elementary School... READ MORE

18th October, 2017 2304

U OF O NURSING STUDENTS FEAR LOSING THEIR YEAR BECAUSE OF COLLEGE STRIKE


Dawson said she's contacted both the directors of nursing at Algonquin College and the University of Ottawa but has been dissatisfied with their responses... READ MORE

9th November, 2017 2156

AIRBUS TAKES CONTROL OF BOMBARDIER CSERIES IN REBUFF TO U.S. THREAT


Airbus takes control of Bombardier CSeries in rebuff to U.S. threat... READ MORE

17th October, 2017 1978

GAME ON: NOTLEY NDP GEARED UP TO MATCH UCP UNDER NEW LEADER JASON KENNEY


With the old Alberta PC party now just a memory, Kenney has his narrative down to a science... READ MORE

29th October, 2017 1959

JULIE PAYETTE DARES TO BE INTERESTING BY DELVING INTO CLIMATE, ASTROLOGY, AND DIVINE INTERVENTION


The governor general speaks up for science over certain beliefs... READ MORE

4th November, 2017 1845

8-YEAR-OLD BOY FLAGGED AS SECURITY THREAT TAKES THE FIGHT TO CLEAR HIS NAME TO OTTAWA


8-year-old boy flagged as security threat takes the fight to clear his name to Ottawa... READ MORE

21st October, 2017 1751

CHILDREN BORN IN AFGHANISTAN CAPTIVITY FEAR NEW LIVES IN CANADA WON'T LAST


After their rescue last week from Taliban-linked militants, the children of Joshua Boyle and Caitlan Coleman see their new home as 'a magical wonderland'... READ MORE

17th October, 2017 1610

FROM BRAIN INJURY TO BASKETBALL: MICHAEL OTOO RETURNS TO THE SPORT HE LOVES


Doctors told Michael Otoo he would likely never be able to play varsity basketball again after suffering a severe traumatic brain injury in the summer of 2016... READ MORE

23rd October, 2017 1560

CANADA SUSPENDS SPECIAL FORCES TRAINING AND ASSISTANCE MISSION IN IRAQ


Fighting broke out between Iraqi and Kurdish forces on Oct. 16, after Iraqi forces seized the northern oil city of Kirkuk... READ MORE

28th October, 2017 1549

AS OPIOID OVERDOSES SPIKE, OTTAWA HEALTH WORKERS TRY GIVING ADDICTS 'CLEAN DRUGS'


Said Dr. Jeff Turnbull, the chief physician for Ottawa Inner City Health, which provides health care to the homeless... READ MORE

27th October, 2017 1507

'CLUB MED SENTENCE' FOR SUPPORT WORKER ANGERS VICTIM'S FAMILY


Confidence in personal support workers is at an all-time low, she said, referring to a series of cases across Ontario... READ MORE

21st October, 2017 1270

A SPACE TO SHOOT UP, BUT NO SPACE FOR ADDICTION TREATMENT


Jonathan worries he may die before getting into an Ottawa treatment bed... READ MORE

16th October, 2017 1100

OTTAWA NEEDS SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS, BUT WAGE HIKE THREATENS INDUSTRY


Ottawa needs school bus drivers, but wage hike threatens industry... READ MORE

15th October, 2017 1032

PSAC CALLING ON GOVERNMENT TO EXPAND COVERAGE OF CONTRACEPTIVES


The United Nations has informed the Canadian government about improving access to birth control and sexual health, she added... READ MORE

24th October, 2017 1030

IRON MAIDEN FRONTMAN BRUCE DICKINSON TAKES AERIAL TOUR OF OTTAWA


It was kind of neat to actually be sitting behind Bruce Dickinson flying around downtown Ottawa... READ MORE

1st October, 2016 1005

GUITARS FOR VETS, GREAT BIG SEA'S MCCANN TEAM UP


Guitars for Vets founder Jim Lowther and Great Big Sea's Sean McCann organize fundraising concert to get hundreds more guitars to former soldiers suffering stress-related injury... READ MORE

22nd October, 2017 966

ENVIRONMENT CANADA WARNS OF WINDSTORMS ACROSS EASTERN ONTARIO


Environment Canada says to expect high winds, heavy rain and potentially lightning as a cold front sweeps across southern and eastern Ontario Sunday... READ MORE

15th October, 2017 936

OTTAWA-BORN ARTIST HELPS BRING VAN GOGH'S WORLD TO LIFE IN ANIMATED FILM


It feels like so few compared to what the actual film took, Fulford told CBC's Ottawa Morning... READ MORE

15th October, 2017 897

PROTESTERS CALL ON GOVERNMENT TO HELP END LGBT PERSECUTION IN EGYPT


Amnesty international says at least 57 egyptians were arrested because of their sexual orientation... READ MORE

22nd October, 2017 813

NHL PLAYER AGENT ACCUSED OF DEFRAUDING DANY HEATLEY, CHRIS PHILLIPS OF $12M


A 54-year-old Winnipeg man is charged with fraud, money laundering and theft from former NHL players Dany Heatley and Christopher Phillips... READ MORE

19th October, 2017 803

'A SLAP IN THE FACE:' CITY DECLINES ONTARIO'S OFFER TO HELP OVERDOSE PREVENTION OTTAWA


Overdose Prevention Ottawa says delays with federally-approved supervised injection sites and low capacity at a temporary city-run site have meant their site is still needed... READ MORE

4th November, 2017 782

MINDFULNESS, NOT JUST MEDS FOR PAIN SUFFERERS, EXPERTS URGE


It's time to teach patients living with chronic pain to 'rewire' their brains, panelists say... READ MORE

18th October, 2017 749

CANADA PUSHED FOR AIRBUS DEAL AS BOMBARDIER COURTED CHINA


Bombardier offered Boeing a stake in the CSeries under similar terms to those later offered to Airbus, two of the sources said... READ MORE

25th October, 2017 739


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