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Ottawa's largest hospital says a 'Code Red' was called at the Civic Campus on Carling Avenue at approximately 6:30 a.m. following a fire in the emergency department.
A man whose body was found in a remote part of Laurentian Hills in 2001 has been identified thanks to advanced DNA testing.
Two drivers were taken to hospital with major injuries following a head-on crash east in Tyendinaga Township on Thursday afternoon.
The Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa says it plans to shut one of its after-school programs at the Cambridge Street Community Public School unless it is able to fill a substantial funding gap.
Ottawa police say the driver of one of the vehicles has died following a crash at the intersection of Moodie Drive and Brophy Drive on Thursday.
The fifth annual Cravings Report by Uber Eats shows Ottawans rank as the second most generous tippers on the app, and second on the list for cities that order the most healthy food in Canada.
CTVNewsOttawa.ca looks at things to do in Ottawa, eastern Ontario and western Quebec this weekend.
Unions representing 420,000 Quebec public sector workers are beginning a weeklong strike.
Environment Canada's forecast calls for above-seasonal temperatures of plus 2 C on Saturday and 6 C on Sunday in Ottawa, before cold temperatures return next week.
A large low-pressure system centred about 750 kilometres to the northeast of Newfoundland is causing clouds to stretch all the way to Portugal.
A Palestinian-Canadian is suing the federal government in an effort to get his four grandchildren out of Gaza. Mohammed Nofal, 74, is alleging Global Affairs Canada and immigration officials created a discriminatory policy that denied his family help in evacuating a war zone in the days following the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel.
With no signs either side is ready to retreat, the marathon voting session in the House of Commons has stretched into its second day, seeing MPs stay up all night rejecting Conservative attempts to defeat government spending plans over the Liberals' refusal to scrap the carbon tax.
An Ontario teen is among the first patients in the country to have a rare type of cancer surgically removed by doctors who trained using a virtual reality system that allows them to 'walk' inside a patient's body.
Statistics Canada says about one in nine Canadian adults have had long-term symptoms from COVID-19 infection.
A Regina woman’s Airbnb property was raided by police who have arrested four people and allege drug activities were taking place there.