Bylaw issues five charges of noise violation during Panda Game events in Sandy Hill

OTTAWA – Ottawa Bylaw issued five $ 480 charges each for noise violations during the Panda Game weekend party at Sandy Hill. Both the Ottawa Police and Ottawa Bylaw and Regulatory Services continue to investigate the incidents on Russell Avenue following the annual football game with the two universities in the capital. The University of … Read more

The pandemic hit Ottawa’s transit system harder than others in Canada, the report shows

OTTAWA-A new report prepared for the Ottawa Transit Commission shows that the COVID-19 pandemic affected equestrianism more significantly in Ottawa than in other major cities in Canada. The Transit Commission has routinely heard from staff that riding at OC Transpo, Para Transpo and LRT is much lower than the pre-pandemic level, but this new report … Read more

On the brink of extinction, Ojibwe Spirit horses find a new home in Ottawa

OTTAWA – Ojibwe Spirit horses were almost driven to extinction in the early 1970s. They were considered a pest when farms became part of their grazing areas in southwestern Ontario. Most were rounded up and sold, many of which were destined for the slaughterhouse. The small horses were native to Canada long before the Mustang … Read more

Driver driving 67 km / h over the speed limit on Woodroffe Avenue loses his driving license for 30 days: Ottawa Police

OTTAWA – A motorist driving 67 km / h over the speed limit on Woodroffe Avenue was one of two motorists charged with stunt driving on Friday night. Ottawa police officers were out in Barrhaven targeting speeding and aggressive driving. The Ottawa Police Traffic Unit says a driver was seen at 137 mph on Woodroffe … Read more

Kingston, Ont. police are investigating weekend homicides in the Hwy area. 401 and Sydenham Road

KINGSTON, ONT. – Kingston police believe a weekend murder could be linked to a shooting one night earlier in Kingston, Ont. The Kingston Police Major Crime Unit is investigating the death of a man Saturday night. Emergency crews answered a call in the area at Sydenham Road and Highway 401 around 7.15pm One man was … Read more

Two G2 drivers charged with stunt driving in Barrhaven on Saturday night

OTTAWA – Four motorists have been parked for 30 days after being stopped for stunt driving in Barrhaven, including two G2 drivers. Ottawa police spent another night targeting faster and more aggressive drivers in the southern end of Ottawa on Saturday night. The Ottawa Police Traffic Unit says a G2 driver was charged with stunt … Read more

COVID-19 in Ottawa: 35 new cases, hospital admissions down

OTTAWA-Ottawa Public Health reports that 35 more people in the city have tested positive for COVID-19. To date, OPH has registered 30,486 laboratory-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in residents since the first case was announced on March 11, 2020. No new deaths due to the disease were reported on Sunday. The city’s pandemic death toll is … Read more

Medical experts are debating the use of adult formulation of Pfizer COVID-19 in children

OTTAWA parents and children eagerly await approval of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11, but with little data left and signs that Canada’s excessive doses will not be useful, some in the medical industry are wondering over why current practices would not apply to the new vaccine. “If there is no pharmacological cause, if … Read more

Brett O’Grady: Family and friends of the missing Ottawa man continue the search

OTTAWA – The family of an Ottawa man who has been missing since Thursday is offering a $ 10,000 reward for tips that led to his being found. Brett O’Grady, 35, was reported missing Thursday, October 14, 2021. He was last seen in the Avro Circle area at the east end. An extensive police search … Read more

Queen’s University condemns ‘ruthless behavior’ during celebrations in her home country of Kingston, Ont.

KINGSTON, ONT. – The rector of Queen’s University condemns “some reckless behavior on the part of some students and individuals” after thousands of people packed the university district of Kingston, Ont. for homecoming parties. Unsanctioned festivities filled residential streets near the campus of Queen’s University Saturday afternoon and evening, with another large gathering reported in … Read more