The Ottawa Police Service Robbery Unit has laid a number of charges in relation to a 2016 fast food restaurant robbery. On July 7, 2016, at approximately 2:55 a.m., employees were working a night shift at a fast food restaurant situated in the 2300 block of Bank Street. Two disguised suspects, one carrying a machete…
The National Gallery of Canada is launching two new photography exhibits Friday. The first, called simply Photography in Canada 1960-2000, takes a wide-angle look at 40 years of work by Canada’s leading photographers, including Edward Burtynsky, Suzy Lake, Jeff Wall and Angela Grauerholz. “The variety, width and breadth of photographic culture in Canada is extraordinary,”…
Here’s a list of upcoming shows at the Canadian Tire Centre.
The Ottawa Senators are off to a fantastic start this season, riding exceptional goaltending and timely scoring to a 16-9-2 record, good enough for second place in the Atlantic Division. Even more impressive, they’ve done it despite the deep, deep struggles of former top sniper Bobby Ryan.
Police are looking to track down anyone who was present before or after Sunday evening’s double fatal collision on March Road. Douglas Foster, 69, and Joan Foster, 66, of Renfrew were both killed after being hit by a vehicle driven by a 24-year-old man.
Area politicians banded together Friday in an attempt to have the federal government reverse a National Capital Commission recommendation that Tunney’s Pasture be used for a new Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus site.
A 22-year-old man is in custody after a tip from Montreal police led officers here to the scene of a double homicide on Apeldoorn Avenue.
Ottawa Police and the Ottawa Fire Service are investigating an early morning fire on Wellington Street West that took the life of a man in his 40s.
So it looks like we might get some photo radar in Ottawa. After much work by municipal politicians, the province has stepped up and decided that they’d allow municipalities to implement this eminently sensible technology.