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Ottawa man charged in collision that killed teen
A 37-year-old Ottawa man has been charged with second-degree murder after a teen was struck and killed by a vehicle in Bells Corners Wednesday night.
Man accused of shooting girl with Q-Tips fired from BB gun
A 25-year-old Bancroft, Ont., man is facing charges after allegedly shooting a young girl with a BB gun loaded with Q-Tips.
Canada to reconsider Extradition Act in wake of Diab case
The Department of Justice says it will look at Canada's extradition laws in light of the injustice suffered by Canadian professor Hassan Diab, who spent more than three years in solitary confinement in France on accusations that French judges now say appear to have been a case of mistaken identity.
YouTube's new ad guidelines hurting small-time creators
Some Ottawa-area YouTubers are crying foul over the company's decision to remove ads from videos that don't generate significant revenue for their creators.
Mayors disappointed to be left off Amazon's short list
'Insanity' to allow nuclear waste disposal near Ottawa River, Indigenous groups say
Wynne says she saw wage blowback coming
Man shot and killed on McLeod Street
Opponents of Chalk River nuclear licence plan march
Foreign spouses hit snags with 'streamlined' sponsorship program
Ottawa overlooked as Amazon narrows choices for new HQ
Nurses say Ontarians need a $48M cannabis health lesson
Entire Rideau Canal Skateway is now open
More Rogers employees come forward, revealing how they say they're coached to upsell you
Vanier man files complaint over mayor's handling of shelter move
Bonuses, performance pay for government executives rose in Trudeau's 1st year