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Ontario Provincial Police have released a facial reconstruction sketch of a man found dead along the Ottawa River shoreline two years ago.
Water levels at the hydroelectric dam at Bell Falls on the Rouge River in Quebec's western Laurentians reached heights never before seen Thursday, triggering a mandatory evacuation of houses downstream.
The City of Ottawa has declared a state of emergency as river levels continue to rise, threatening to surpass those reached when flooding devastated some neighbourhoods two years ago.
CFL players have given their bargaining unit a strong endorsement heading into the next round of collective bargaining with the league.
Chris Swail, the senior city staffer who has overseen the planning of Ottawa's $4.66-billion Stage 2 LRT project, is stepping down.
Adopting this European method for exiting your vehicle just might cut down on "dooring" collisions involving cyclists.
It's time for the city to spend millions of dollars to upgrade the equipment it uses to paint lines and other markers on roads, according to a staff report.
Ontario's Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry told Forests Ontario the day after the Progressive Conservative government delivered its budget this month that the 50 Million Tree Program was being eliminated.
Maple syrup season is dripping to an end around the province. But knowing exactly when the season ends has always been a challenge. That's what maple syrup producers are trying to change.
Done shattering their own records, the Ottawa 67's now appear firmly focussed on making Ontario Hockey League history.
New Jersey has found a way to encourage hundreds of homeowners to move away from flood zones, but unlike Quebec, the state has no cap on compensation.
A Crown witness testifying at the manslaughter trial of an Ottawa police officer Wednesday provided a detailed account of the arrest of Abdirahman Abdi, including the moments before and after Abdi lost vital signs outside his Hintonburg apartment building.
The PC government's first provincial budget delivered on some big-ticket items for Ottawa. But almost immediately, it has become clear the budget will also cost the city. Almost as troubling? The confusion over what's on the chopping block.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford's latest line on carbon pricing is to claim that Ontarians have done their "fair share" already. He might want to run that strategy past his anti-carbon tax allies in the West.
We can expect a delightful afternoon, then the special weather statements about up to 35 or 40 millimetres of rain tomorrow kick in.
Residents in Constance Bay are working hard to try to protect their homes as the Ottawa River is set to rise over the next few days.
Ottawa city council has declared climate change an emergency, joining other Canadian municipalities in making the declaration.
The trial of former hostage Joshua Boyle has been adjourned until Friday, by which time his estranged wife's lawyer is expected to have filed an application that could suspend the Ottawa case for years and open up the possibility of a Jordan application.
Relatives of the woman who died during flooding in the Village of Quyon, Que., over the weekend are waiting to find out more about the sequence of events that led to her death.