Skip to content
live
live

Local News

A drug bust, a break in and a speeder

A drug bust, a break in and a speeder

It has been a busy few days for Stormont Dundas and Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police officers.
Changes proposed for former Grant School heritage site

Changes proposed for former Grant School heritage site

The City of Ottawa Planning Committee has approved an application necessary to redevelop the vacant building.
Education Foundation of Ottawa fundraiser surpasses goal

Education Foundation of Ottawa fundraiser surpasses goal

More money than expected is going to be available to help students in need at the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board.
Police need help identifying break-in suspect

Police need help identifying break-in suspect

The man pictured in this article is wanted after a power tools were stolen from inside of a home under construction.
Four people displaced by Heron Gate fire

Four people displaced by Heron Gate fire

A fire in the Heron Gate neighbourhood left four people homeless on Tuesday. There were no injuries but a fire investigator has been called in to determine the cause.
Two suspects wanted in robbery, possible hate crime

Two suspects wanted in robbery, possible hate crime

Ottawa police say a man who was robbed and assaulted near a Carling/Merivale bus stop also had his turban removed and stolen.
Borowiecki named Senators’ Bill Masterton nominee

Borowiecki named Senators’ Bill Masterton nominee

Borowiecki has posted a career-best three goals and is one point shy of matching a career high in scoring (11 points) despite being limited to only 45 games this season.
Two sides in Carleton University strike agree to mediation session

Two sides in Carleton University strike agree to mediation session

CUPE 2424 and Carleton University agree to meet in a mediated session Wednesday. The main sticking point in contract negotiations have been pension benefits.
Ministry of Labour issues stop-work order for local construction site

Ministry of Labour issues stop-work order for local construction site

Paramedics responded to the site at Carling Avenue and Preston Street on Friday afternoon, where a worker had fallen from the seventh floor to the fifth floor. 
Ottawa Police, OPP offer gun amnesty

Ottawa Police, OPP offer gun amnesty

While the majority of crime guns used to be smuggled into our country from the U.S., police and crime experts now say guns seized by police in Canada are now split about 50-50 between U.S. guns and those stolen from legal gun owners in Canada.
Rogers Sports & Media
2001 Thurston Drive Ottawa, ON, K1G 6C9
© 2006-2021 Rogers Sports & Media. All rights reserved.