A cyclist who got into an ugly confrontation with a motorist in Ottawa last week said he's surprised police aren't pursuing assault charges against the driver — contrary to what police said about their investigation on the weekend.
As Gatineau's public transit workers prepare to vote on whether or not to invoke their strike mandate, the Canada Industrial Relations Board ruled Monday that transit is not an essential service.
The Ottawa Senators aren't in a playoff spot at the halfway mark of the season, but considering the challenges they've faced through the first 41 games of the year they feel pretty good that won't be the case by the end of the season.
Jurors have been selected for the second-degree murder trial of Devontay Hackett, accused in the June 2014 killing of 18-year-old Brandon Volpi.
A proposed agreement to compensate women who endured sexual harassment as employees of the RCMP has passed a key hurdle, with a Federal Court judge agreeing two lawsuits against the police force can proceed as a class action.
Fancy a skate? Check here for the latest conditions on Rideau Canal, including which parts of the 7.8-km skateway are open.
Next week, the Ottawa Police Service will change how hundreds of front-line officers are deployed. The CBC's Kate Porter explains what it all means.
Eleven years ago today, the City of Ottawa official observed Martin Luther King Day for the first time, paying tribute to the life and legacy of the legendary American civil rights leader.
No charges will be laid after a video surfaced showing a heated standoff between a cyclist and a car driver last week, Ottawa police said.
The outgoing U.S. ambassador to Canada says he "feels loved" by Canadians as he prepares to leave his diplomatic post on Friday.
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