An Ontario Superior Court judge has certified a $13.375-million class-action lawsuit against an Ottawa fertility doctor who used the wrong sperm to artificially inseminate patients.
Eric Hewer, 19, of Nova Scotia died in hospital after being stabbed on Metcalfe Street near Albert Street on Monday.
Active cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa at highest level since July 9.
Ottawa Police say Christopher Avery Houghton died after being stabbed at a home on Sherry Lane on July 22.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has confirmed a back-to-school plan will be released early next week, saying he has 'every confidence in the world' the province will be ready for September.
After 25 years helping children learn the game, the Kids Christian Hockey League in Brockville is folding, and they are giving back to the community one final time.
The Ministry of Health’s Surgical Recovery Plan will see surgical and procedural output increased by 110 to 115 per cent with an investment of $324 million.
Comiccon was set to be held Sept. 10 to 12 at the EY Centre.
Evgenii Dadonov was traded to the Golden Knights after spending one season in Ottawa.
With cases increasing across the province, Alberta's chief medical officer of health will give her first COVID-19 update in nearly a month on Wednesday.
Masks will once again be required in indoor public spaces in one part of B.C. that's seen a recent spike in cases.
Fully vaccinated Canadian travellers have been left out of plans to ease quarantine restrictions for entry to England and Scotland.
A third dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine can 'strongly' boost protection against the Delta variant -- beyond the protection afforded by the standard two doses, suggests new data released by Pfizer on Wednesday.
Calling it a 'mistake,' Montreal Canadiens owner Geoff Molson on Wednesday addressed the ongoing controversy surrounding the team's decision to draft defenceman Logan Mailloux in the NHL draft.
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An off-roader in Ariz. caught the moment he became 'trapped' by a flash flood. Monica Garcia reports.
A five bedroom, 12 bathroom mansion has set a real-estate record in B.C., selling for over $40 million.
This restaurant in New York holds the World Record for the most expensive plate of fries.
In this edition of Indigenous Circle, Todd Battis has the story of one man's mission to keep an ancient tradition afloat before it becomes a lost art.