Canadian pop-rockers Hedley are still slated to perform at TD Place in Ottawa Tuesday night despite sexual misconduct allegations that have been swirling around the band since last week. More
An online fundraiser for the man acquitted of second-degree murder in the death of Colten Boushie has stirred up a war of words between supporters of the campaign and a woman who has singled them out online.video
Vic Fedeli refuses to comment on Patrick Brown, saying he 'must remain neutral' in PC leadership race
Interim Ontario PC leader Vic Fedeli on Tuesday refused to comment on controversies enveloping Patrick Brown, saying he "must remain neutral" in the party's ongoing leadership contest.
CBC Ottawa is shining the spotlight on inspiring individuals who embody the fabric of what makes Ottawa-Gatineau great. For the inaugural edition of Trailblazers, we will be accepting nominations from Feb. 12, 2018, to Feb. 26, 2018.
A decision by the Canadian Transportation Agency is sparking questions about the future of the Prince of Wales Bridge, with some in Ottawa hoping to see it back in service much sooner than expected.
One of Ottawa's few remaining examples of futuristic 'Googie' architecture has likely been saved from the scrap heap, according to the Civic Hospital Neighbourhood Association.
Expect a lot of rain Tuesday, but temperatures will rise to 11 C
Following a spate of deaths in Ontario's foster care system, a Ryerson University professor says listening to the voices of youth in residential care is essential to keeping them safe.
As Israel and Poland are locked in a diplomatic dispute over a Polish anti-defamation law, CBC correspondent Derek Stoffel talked to a Canadian historian about his research into Polish involvement in crimes during the Second World War.
After a fourth loss in the Olympic women's curling tournament on Tuesday, Rachel Homan must win her final two round-robin games or else become the first Canadian skip to miss the medal round. Standing in her way is a team coached by a Canadian curling legend.
The final sitting of the Ontario Legislature before the June election was bound to be interesting. But with the soap opera that is the Progressive Conservative party right now, you've got the ingredients for a drama that Netflix might consider worthy of a series.
The final day of Winterlude looked more like waterlude as the temperature rose to a high of 6 C and rain began to fall Monday afternoon.
Some Hull Hospital employees sat down in hallways Monday to protest extra work and additional hours they say are required of them.
Tuesday February 20, 2018
Dr. Jacques Ramsay chooses his words carefully, because he knows that families read his coroner reports, looking for answers.Listen 9:43
Canada was not able to come away with a steal in the 10th end and fell to China 7-5 in round-robin play of the women's Olympic curling tournament on Tuesday in South Korea.
Viktor Arvidsson scored twice to reach 20 goals this season, and the Nashville Predators beat the Ottawa Senators 5-2 on Monday.readcomments video
A six-year-old girl died after she was hit by a truck in Gatineau on Feb. 12, police said.
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The members of the embattled rock band Hedley say they have withdrawn from consideration for three awards at this year's Junos and plan to "talk about how we have let some people down, and what we intend to do about it."
A group of young people were arrested early Monday morning after reports from different parts of Ottawa that people were driving around brandishing a pellet gun from a car.
As many Canadians head off on vacation this week, the government is advising people on how to stay safe while abroad.
A Quebec man has been arrested and charged in the 2002 death of Adrienne McColl. The 21-year-old's body was found in a rancher’s field in Alberta, about 85 kilometres south of Calgary, 16 years ago.
After 50 years and three generations, the Papalia family is still on top of Ottawa's piano game.
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Rachel Homan hammers Japan to move Canada into curling playoff mix
Hundreds of protesters — including some associated with a pair of far-right groups — rallied on Parliament Hill Sunday afternoon to demand an apology from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Local hockey players got to take on injured Ottawa Senators defenceman Chris Wideman Sunday afternoon after he took to social media in the hopes of setting up a quick pickup game.
The chair of Ottawa's police board is urging Ontario's attorney general to step in and reject a demand by the province's police watchdog for notification whenever an officer administers the anti-overdose drug naloxone in the line of duty.
Ontario MPP and Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Patrick Brown appealed directly to his grassroots supporters at a campaign event Sunday, saying abandoning his platform could destroy the party.
Two people have been seriously injured in a Saturday afternoon crash on Highway 50 in Gatineau.
Ottawa police are investigating after gunfire rang out during a Saturday afternoon robbery of a Vanier marijuana dispensary.
The penultimate day of Winterlude may be your last chance to lace up your skates on the Rideau Canal.
A call from Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock gave Rachel Homan's team some extra motivation before earning its second straight victory following an 0-3 start at the Olympics.
Former Ottawa Centre MP Paul Dewar is currently undergoing treatment for brain cancer, according to his Facebook page.
With scenes from South Korea’s Olympics being beamed into our living rooms, Korean culture is on display for Canadians. But how about their food?
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Rachel Homan and her Canadian rink used a triple in the ninth end to complete the 10-8 comeback win against Switzerland in Pyeongchang, South Korea on Sunday.
Firefighters were called to a fire at a marijuana dispensary building in Chinatown early Saturday morning.
People should avoid ice surfaces on riverbanks and lakes along the Rideau River watershed early next week, the local conservation authority is warning.
After their shocking 0-3 start to the Olympics, Canadian skip Rachel Homan and her teammates went behind closed doors for a heart-to-heart, then looked like a new team in Saturday's much-needed 11-3 trouncing of the United States.
Patrick Brown's entry into the Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership race could result in dangerous party in-fighting, experts say.
Elisabeth Vathje saved her best performance for her final run Saturday in women’s skeleton, but it wasn't enough to reach the podium as the Calgarian placed ninth at the Olympics in Pyeonchang, South Korea.
Five years after a former Supreme Court of Canada justice recommended sweeping changes to improve Indigenous representation on Ontario's juries, his ideas are still being studied.
Ottawa city staff are supporting a proposal to build a retirement community on the site of the former Bayview School.
A viral campaign to give low-income and racialized children free screenings of Marvel's film featuring a lead black superhero is now happening in Ottawa.
After two weeks of proceedings, closing arguments wrapped Friday in the sexual assault trial of two former University of Ottawa hockey players.
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