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Ashton barn fire deemed suspicious
Ottawa police are investigating after an abandoned farm building just off Highway 7 in Ashton burned down early Monday morning.
Russian-Canadian bar owner says he's targeted by harassment, taunts
Alex Yugin, the owner of the Avant-Garde Bar and Gift Shop near the ByWard Market, says he's been experiencing harassment based on his nationality — and he wants it to stop.
Latest Queensway ramp closure could cause traffic jams, community warns
The latest Highway 417 ramp closure near Carling Avenue could potentially cause morning traffic jams on a pair of residential streets, according one local community association.
Amanda Lindhout's kidnapper sentenced to 15 years in prison
Ali Omar Ader has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for his central role in the kidnapping of Canadian journalist Amanda Lindhout in 2008.
Thunderstorms on the way after Sunday scorcher
OCDC withholding video of attack on guards, union claims
Motorcyclist critically injured in west Ottawa crash
Quebec crane operators walk off the job to protest new regulations
Large townhome in Orléans catches fire
Prime minister's summer retreat getting a few upgrades
Scooter users in limbo as Quebec ponders whether they are cyclists, pedestrians, or neither
Heron Gate tenants facing eviction demand similar units
Rockfest fans party with caution after man dies at festival
Former MP Paul Dewar part of drug trial in battle against malignant brain tumour
Environment Canada warns of heat risks for Ottawa area
Blue-ribbon panel twice denies Lorne Greene a bronze plaque
CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of June 10
Give the classic Cubano sandwich a try
Prescott shuttle bus ready to roll this fall
Carivibe kicks off in Ottawa