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- 03/16/17--14:24: _City should pursue ...
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- 03/18/17--12:41: _Keep those winter c...
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- 03/18/17--15:36: _NHL's Centennial Fa...
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- 03/19/17--15:18: _LRT worker hit on h...
- 03/19/17--16:44: _Ottawa police inves...
- 03/20/17--05:44: _Spring is officiall...
- 03/20/17--13:43: _Shopify to triple s...
- 03/20/17--16:09: _Reevely: The LRT tu...
- 03/21/17--07:25: _Here's how to fix h...
- 03/21/17--11:26: _Letters: Great arti...
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- 03/22/17--10:32: _Going out best bets...
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- 03/22/17--15:24: _Budget 2017: Key me...
- 03/16/17--21:00: Living with epilepsy: Believe in yourself and never give up
- 03/18/17--15:36: NHL's Centennial Fan Arena makes Ottawa stop
- 03/18/17--17:56: LRT tunnel worker taken to hospital
- 03/19/17--15:18: LRT worker hit on head by hose receives minor injuries
- 03/19/17--16:44: Ottawa police investigate shooting in Nunavut
- 03/20/17--05:44: Spring is officially here – forecast is for 6 C and construction
- 03/20/17--13:43: Shopify to triple size of Ottawa headquarters
- 03/20/17--16:09: Reevely: The LRT tunnel is (probably) safe for its workers
- 03/21/17--07:25: Here's how to fix hospital overcrowding
- 03/21/17--11:26: Letters: Great article on vegans!
- 03/21/17--21:00: Grace in the Kitchen: So much more than kitchenware
- 03/22/17--08:58: Don't like prison food? Don't go to jail
- 03/22/17--10:32: Going out best bets, March 23 to 29
The City of Ottawa should pursue an appeal of a provincial decision that allows a private waste operator on Carp Road to receive construction debris from western Quebec, the city’s top lawyer says. Rick O’Connor, the city’s solicitor and clerk, told council in a memo Thursday that he believes the city should ask to appeal the […]
Quebec drivers are still dodging Ottawa's red-light cameras, with roughly 5,700 vehicles caught burning stop lights last year and none of the motorists receiving a ticket.
Epilepsy is a serious neurological condition marked by seizures that can, but not always, result in convulsions and loss of consciousness. It affects almost 10,000 people in the Ottawa region, an estimated 260,000 in Canada and 50 million worldwide.
Your international travel is about to get a little bit easier. Starting Monday, you won’t need to use paper declaration forms when flying into Ottawa from outside the country. Self-serve kiosks for international travellers will be at the Ottawa airport starting March 20, the federal government has announced. They’ll be rolled out to other major Canadian airports later this year. […]
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If you’re tired of your friends bragging about their Caribbean vacations while you’re still bundling up against the Ottawa cold, it’s not quite done yet. The high for Saturday will be a mostly sunny 2 C, with light winds at 20 km/h and a UV index of four. If you’re planning an evening out, don’t […]
Too many players thinking too much about points instead of finishing off a victory, the frustrated coach says.
The pop-up ball hockey rink was popular, as was the museum truck, but the clear favourite has been the Stanley Cup trophy.
A worker was taken to hospital after being injured inside the downtown LRT tunnel on Saturday afternoon.
A 40-year-old man was taken to hospital as a precaution only after being struck while working on the LRT tunnel on Saturday.
The incident on Saturday involved RCMP and a man at a cemetery in Pond Inlet.
It’s the official harbinger of spring for Ottawa. Not crocuses, it’s construction. The City of Ottawa kicked off the construction season Monday – the first day of spring – with the first major project. Queen Street will be closed between Lyon Street and Kent Street until the end of June. Meanwhile, most Ottawa kids are back to […]
Given its rapid sales trajectory it was only a matter of time Shopify would outgrow its state-of-the-art headquarters building at 150 Elgin St. That 170,000-square-foot facility was outfitted just three years ago. But last week Shopify Inc. signed a lease to eventually take over an additional 325,000 square feet of nearby office space at 234 […]
Workers who fear they’re unsafe in the train tunnel they’re building under downtown have a duty to report their concerns, Ottawa’s transit boss John Manconi said Monday, after another worker was injured on the weekend and union leaders said they’re worried. A worker in the light-rail tunnel got whacked in the head with a heavy […]
Ottawa’s ridiculously overcrowded hospitals are back in the news again, as they will be until the provincial government finally does something substantial to fix the problem. Health-care experts agree a hospital should average between 85 to 90 per cent occupancy, so it can handle surges of demand. Our local hospitals are full at the best […]
Whither activities for young athletes? wonders one letter writer. And, a great article on a vegan inspires one reader to share her story. On the other hand, nasty things were said about the Tory leadership candidates, contends one writer, while another recalls a lovely inter-religious partnership that formed in Ottawa. Sensible approaches on sports skills […]
This said, Grace in the Kitchen has so much to offer to home chefs, foodies and culinary professionals that resorting to many words to describe its vast product selection is worth the effort.
The best way to avoid bad jail food is to, well, not end up in prison, says a correspondent. Meanwhile, hospital overcrowding could be alleviated with a novel solution and the Don Meredith scandal continues in Canada’s Senate. Don’t like prison food? Don’t go to jail Re: Hungry inmates barter for food, March 22 I […]
Citizen arts writers suggest outings for the next week.
Automation is gobbling up factory jobs all over the world and it’s coming for white-collar ones, the new federal budget concedes, and our best hope is to build the robots and write the software that runs them. How to pull it off? Well, that’s the tricky part. Every budget has an element of voodoo to […]
Perhaps we should be a little insulted. There’s a section in Wednesday’s federal budget that highlights how a multitude of measures aimed at accelerating innovation are supposed to work. The government wants us to create innovation superclusters — “dense areas of business activity” capable of attracting the very best talent and companies from around the […]