Ottawa's medical officer of health suggests students could return to class for in-person learning before the end of the school year, as COVID-19 levels slowly decline in the capital.
Ottawa Public Health is reporting 115 more people in the city have tested positive for COVID-19 and another person has died.
Early Wednesday morning, a family of geese, including eight goslings, fell into the Rideau Canal locks by the Chateau Laurier.
Ontario is not ready to lift the stay-at-home order and should extend the current lockdown measures past May 20, the Ontario Medical Association (OMA) says.
The Ottawa Paramedic Service is once again warning it will not be able to meet response time targets in future years due to long waits to off-load patients in Ottawa's emergency departments.
The Ottawa Police Traffic Unit said a vehicle was stopped by officers going 159 km/h on Heron Road, near Prince of Wales Drive.
Providing nourishment to a newborn is the number one priority for new parents, but breastfeeding can be a struggle for some.
The head of Ottawa's local vaccination rollout is asking residents who do not live in neighbourhoods that are being specifically targeted by pop-up vaccination clinics to avoid traveling to those clinics to get a vaccine.
Mayor Jim Watson is showing off the new trains that will run on the extended Trillium Line.
Preliminary results from a study in the U.K. suggest that receiving your second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine from a different brand than the first dose is safe — but it could be more likely to give you mild side-effects such as a headache, chills or a fever.
Private investigators are reporting a rise in fraud as scammers are apparently taking advantage of desperate and vulnerable Canadians during the pandemic.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) says it has received a significantly higher volume of calls from taxpayers this tax season compared to a year ago and, as a result, wait times to access services have also increased.
After receiving his first shot in April, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his doctor's latest advice to him is to take a second shot of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, should it be offered to him when the time comes.
The federal government's planned private sector privacy law reforms, promised to give Canadians more control over how companies handle their personal information online, need to be amended or privacy protections will take 'a step back,' according to Federal Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien.
Health-care worker Carlo Escario is asking to receive his second vaccination before Canada deports him to the Philippines.
A new study reveals that NASA's Voyager 1 probe has detected a 'persistent hum' coming from interstellar space billions of kilometres away.
Seven Calif. siblings have found their forever home three years after their parents died in a crash.
A bee removal expert in Georgia removed 2,000 bees from one home and more than 100,000 from another.
Vanessa Lee has the story of a life-changing journey to Canada for 19 dogs found abused or abandoned on the streets in Lebanon.
A huge section of a new bridge has arrived at its home in Toronto after making a week-long journey across the St. Lawrence and Lake Ontario.