Hydro Ottawa is entering the "last phase" of restoring power to homes and businesses following a devastating storm over a week ago, with the goal to have the grid back on by tonight.
Hydro Ottawa crews continued to make progress through the weekend restoring powering to thousands of customers across Ottawa.
An Ottawa woman was surprised to see a coyote swimming in her backyard pool Saturday morning.
A bright, blue sky with plenty of sunshine greets Ottawans and Ottawa Marathon participants Sunday.
A 22-year-old Gatineau man died in hospital after being stabbed outside an establishment in Aylmer on Saturday morning.
It’s been one week since a devastating storm swept through the nation’s capital, knocking out power to tens of thousands of people.
Ontario Provincial Police responded to a call at a home on Pearl Road in Champlain Township at about 5:45 p.m. Saturday.
A G2 driver out for a spin in their new vehicle is now facing several charges after being observed speeding 69 km/h over the speed limit, police say.
Rejeanne Fairhead set a Canadian record in her first ever race at Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend.
U.S. President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden are hoping to console a city stricken by grief and anger when they meet with families affected by the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school that killed 19 students and two teachers.
The decision by police to wait before confronting the gunman at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde was a failure with catastrophic consequences, experts say. When it was all over 19 students and two teachers were dead.
Justice Minister David Lametti is defending the federal government's authority to challenge provincial laws that they believe infringe on the rights of Canadians, after Quebec said Ottawa's reaction to Bills 21 and 96 lacked 'respect.'
Rescuers on Sunday narrowed down a possible location of a passenger plane that went missing in Nepal's mountains with 22 people on board while flying on a popular tourist route, officials said.
A Dene filmmaker based in Vancouver says he was "disappointed" and "close to tears" when security at the Cannes Film Festival blocked him from walking the red carpet while dressed in a pair of moccasins.
Dene filmmaker Kelvin Redvers discusses next steps he's taking after being turned away at the Cannes Film Festival in France because of his moccasins.
Adam Sawatsky shares the story of a B.C. man who’s celebrating his 75th birthday by giving out hundreds of meals to those less fortunate.