After more than three hours of debate — and just days after a marathon week of meetings — council voted 16-7 to approve the Salvation Army's controversial proposal to build a 350-bed facility on Montreal Road in Vanier.
While Ron Geyer's neighbours along chemin du Fer-à-Cheval are having their homes demolished or rebuilt, Geyer hasn't even had an inspection. The reason? The province isn't convinced his heavily-damaged home is his primary residence.
A priest who taught history at a Catholic boarding school in the Eastern Townships has been suspended after an application for a class-action lawsuit was filed alleging he sexually assaulted at least one of his students.
We're nearing the end of Canada 150, but the party planners have a few more events in store before we ring in 2018.
A man has been charged with second-degree murder in connection to the fatal stabbing near the ByWard Market this weekend.
Canada's auditor general says the $520 million in outstanding Phoenix pay claims revealed in his fall audit on Tuesday does not give the entire scope of the problem, because his team was not given pay information for all the departments using Phoenix.
More than 140 victims of last spring's devastating flooding in Gatineau remain living in hotels, six months after they were forced from their homes.video
The Salvation Army has proposed replacing its emergency shelter on George Street in the ByWard Market with a new 350-bed facility on Montreal Road in Vanier.
Here are four before-and-after sequences that show the impact of flooding in spring 2017 in Gatineau, Que.
Some Gatineau residents are still cleaning up after record-breaking rainfall and spring floods forced them to evacuate their homes earlier this year.
Temperatures normally go up after sunrise, but not today.
After months of flooding, mould and structural damage, Kara Lee Shaw Plourde's Constance Bay home is being demolished to make way for a new house.video
Basil Borutski intended to kill each of his three victims on Sept. 22, 2015, Crown attorney Jeffery Richardson argued during his closing statement at Borutski's trial Tuesday. But a lawyer appointed to ensure Borutski gets a fair trial questioned whether he had a formulated plan.
As college classes resume across Ontario, students at Algonquin College say they're worried about how they'll get through the rest of the semester.video
The sole occupant of the plane walked away uninjured after the aircraft landed on Rifle Road near Carling Avenue, Ottawa Fire Services said.
After three hours of debate and a close vote on reallocating money for two staff members dedicated to the city's greenhouse gas reduction plan, the environment committee approved the 2018 draft budget without change.
Ottawa Public Health wants to raise awareness about how stress could leave young children more susceptible to depression, suicide and drug and alcohol abuse in their adolescent years.video
Gatineau police said four people were sent to hospital after a driver was allegedly caught speeding during a radar blitz, then ran a red light before becoming involved in a four-vehicle crash on Tuesday.
The country's auditor general has delivered a sharp rebuke of the Royal Military College of Canada, saying the institution is failing to deliver quality officers at a cost comparable to civilian institutions.video
Canada's auditor general says the bill to fix the disastrous Phoenix payroll system will be much higher than the $540 million allocated by the federal government, pushing the overall cost of Phoenix closer to $1 billion.
It will take several years and far more than the $540 million the Liberal government has set aside to fix its troubled payroll system, Canada's spending watchdog said Tuesday. Auditor General Michael Ferguson will discuss the findings of his six-audit report at 11 a.m. and CBCNews.ca will carry it live.readcomments video
A new report concludes many Indigenous people in Ottawa are "no better off" after going through the city's housing program than they are in homeless shelters.
A woman in her 50s is in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle in the city's east end Tuesday morning.
The 105th Grey Cup Festival touches down in Ottawa this week with a mix of free and ticketed events.
A woman in her 20s was rushed to hospital in critical condition after a hit and run on Preston Street Monday afternoon, Ottawa paramedics said.
A mild day lies ahead in Ottawa, but the increasing wind will help make it feel cooler.
The City of Kingston is considering doing away with age-based discounts on programs and services, basing them instead on residents' annual income.
Some city councillors expressed frustration Monday that the Ottawa Police Service hasn't set aside money to hire more traffic officers in 2018, despite repeated requests and rising concerns about a lack of police presence on the city's roads.
The immensely popular MosaïCanada horticultural exhibit could be returning to Gatineau next year.
A malfunction with the railway crossing signals in Barrhaven caused a traffic backlog at the start of Monday rush hour.
An Arnprior man is facing firearm charges after a shotgun was discharged in a Carleton Place parking lot last week, Ontario Provincial Police said Monday.
Faculty returned to college campuses across Ontario Monday, ready to get back to work after a five-week strike that's forced a drastic change of schedule for both instructors and their students.
Old Ottawa South locals are fighting to return a signature dish to a tiny Vietnamese restaurant after a building code violation forced it to pull its beef pho off the menu.
Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe-winner Howard Shore's latest piece will be performed at the National Arts Centre Monday evening.
One man is dead after crashing an ATV near Bancroft Saturday.
Algonquin College students say they're confused and worried about how their fall semester will play out as Ontario's five-week college faculty strike comes to an end.
A new University of Ottawa report says that millions of dollars being funnelled into local homelessness initiatives are not being properly tracked to see if the money's been well spent.
Canadian weather forecasters are split over what kind of winter we can expect in 2018 - and how much of a role global warming has to play.
After a weekend marked freezing rain, we could be seeing more snow today in Ottawa-Gatineau.
Canadians who were criminally charged or fired from the military or Canada's civil service because of their sexual orientation will receive a formal apology from the prime minister before the end of month.
Hundreds of thousands of college students are expected to be back in class after the province passed back-to-work legislation on Sunday to end a five-week strike by Ontario college faculty.video
People in the Ottawa area woke up Sunday morning to the first major snowfall of the season.
The Calgary Stampeders advanced to the CFL championship game for a second straight year Sunday when they downed the visiting Edmonton Eskimos 32-28 in the West Division final, setting up a meeting with Toronto in the 105th Grey Cup game.
The Multifaith Housing Initiative, an Ottawa non-profit that provides affordable housing to low-income families in the city, celebrated 15 years in operation Sunday.
The Canadian Folk Music Awards are taking over Ottawa this weekend, and CBC Radio's All In A Day spoke with two of the nominees.
Ottawa police are investigating the city's 13th homicide of 2017 after a man was stabbed to death early this morning near the ByWard Market.
An eastern Ontario man is dead and five others injured after a multi-vehicle collision on Highway 401 in Kingston, Ont., Saturday morning.
Vanier residents opposed to a proposed Salvation Army facility on Montreal Road say they'll continue their fight at the Ontario Municipal Board if city council gives the project the go-ahead.
Agencies supporting homeless youth say a lack of affordable housing is preventing street kids from finding safe places to live — and they're calling on landlords to do more to get them into homes.
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