Emergency crews responded to a call at 8:45 a.m. for the crash at the intersection of Ramsayville Road and Mitch Owens Road.
The company’s Business development director Éric Léveillé tells CTV News Ottawa that three employees have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last week.
Ottawa Public Health is reporting 62 new cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa on Thursday, as a key COVID-19 indicator continued to rise towards the "red-control" threshold.
For an Ottawa-area couple dreaming of warmer days, they transformed their backyard into a nine-hole mini-putt golf course.
The National Capital Commission says its "saddened to report" that the skateway will not reopen this winter.
The Upper Ottawa Valley OPP and Renfrew County OPP have been investigation a number of recent incidents involving debris being placed on Hwy. 17 between Pembroke and Renfrew.
Erica Ray was among many of the front line health care workers to receive their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the new clinic at the Almonte General Hospital.
A neighbour called 911 at 11:42 a.m. reporting smoke coming from a home on Lepage Avenue, near McBride Avenue.
Police say there were 182 hate crimes cases reported in Ottawa in 2020, up from 116 the previous year.
The dates for when members of the general population can be vaccinated against COVID-19 in Ontario will be significantly accelerated if additional vaccine candidates are approved for use in Canada, a member of the province's vaccine distribution task force said on Thursday.
Ottawa Public Health and the city will begin vaccinating adults 80 and older in six high-risk neighbourhoods on March 5.
‘Pool’ and ‘ankle’ were among the words that helped an Ottawa public servant win $250,000.
Ontario's Special Investigation Unit says two Belleville police officers have been charged with assault in connection to an arrest in September.
The Queensway Carleton Hospital is teaming up with Ottawa paramedics to provide post-discharge care at home following a hospital stay.
The Ottawa Humane Society says Gerda is recovering after being rushed to the clinic three weeks ago near death.
Some Montrealers are facing headaches as they try to book COVID-19 vaccination appointments for their elderly parents.
In Ottawa’s overactive real estate market, how about buying a passive home, which is a standard of ultra efficiency that uses almost no energy to maintain a comfortable, year-round temperature.
For Micheline Legault, winter is not the time to hibernate.
For anyone looking for a distraction, our 'Book Guy', Sean Wilson, is sharing his suggested reads.
The Tragically Hip will receive the 2021 Humanitarian Award at this year’s Juno Awards, the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences announced Wednesday.
The city's first pop-up vaccination clinics for adults 80 and older and adult recipients of chronic home care will be held in certain neighbourhoods starting next week.
Cineplex has announced it is reopening movie theatres across Ontario this week, as COVID-19 restrictions ease in many jurisdictions.
City of Ottawa staff are recommending a uniform closing time for all patios in the city in an effort to help small businesses as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Several skate shops in Ottawa told CTV News Ottawa it was a two to three hour wait for skate sharpening on Sunday.
The Ontario government updated its COVID-19 screening tool on Friday to include changes to symptom screening criteria and sibling/household isolation information.
When NASA's six-wheeled Perseverance rover touched down on the red soil of Mars, ground control teams in California leapt to their feet in unbridled enthusiasm. But they weren't the only ones bursting with joy.
We're learning more about the fireball so many Albertans saw streak across the dark sky early Monday morning.
Celina Caesar-Chavannes explores her childhood and life as a Black politician in her new book, 'Can You Hear Me Now?'
A dog in Mass. left paralyzed in her two back legs after a vicious attack is looking for a forever home
An Arizona teen admitted to police that he faked his own kidnapping to get out of going to work.
She also posts dance-offs with her husband, and has since gained a large following
One of the world’s oldest, and most famous, captive elephants passed away at 72
Dashcam video captured the moment a dump truck collided with a barrier along the I-405 north of Renton, Wash.
Technology solved the mystery behind a tiny cryptic message in one of the world's most iconic paintings that stumped experts for over a century.
Six bison have been transferred back to a national park in Alberta after their paddock was destroyed in a 2017 wildfire.
An opera company is helping recovering COVID-19 patients learn how to breathe again by taking them through exercises normally reserved for professional singers.
Hours before stepping down as Canada’s chief of defence staff, Admiral Art McDonald invited members of the Canadian Armed Forces to come forward if they have information about military misconduct, vowing to lead the culture change from inside.
Canada should prepare for the next pandemic by investing in the necessary infrastructure to be able to produce vaccines domestically, says Canadian stem cell biologist and Moderna co-founder, Derrick Rossi.
A New Brunswick teen's family says better access to mental health care could have saved their daughter who died by suicide after two unsuccessful visits to a Fredericton hospital.
The CEO of Canada's largest pension fund says in a memo to employees that he received a COVID-19 vaccination while on a 'very personal' trip to Dubai.
A personal support worker at a long-term care home in Barrie, Ont. said dealing with one of the largest COVID-19 variant outbreaks in Canada was ‘total hell.’
After weeks of uncertainty, Moderna Inc. has confirmed to the Canadian government that it will deliver 1.3 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine next month.
Two Brampton parents have been charged after border officials allegedly found more than 100 kilograms of drugs hidden in their luggage and one of their children’s suitcases at Toronto Pearson airport earlier this month.
Rising COVID-19 case numbers and an increasing test-positivity rate have quashed any hope of B.C. easing province-wide restrictions at the end of February.
The family of the one-time owner of London's famous Seven Dwarfs restaurant is searching for answers two months after their father was allegedly murdered while on an extended vacation in Cuba.
An SUV mounted a Toronto sidewalk and struck a woman just moments after she managed to push a stroller out of its path.