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A pedestrian is in critical condition after being struck by a car in the west end early Sunday morning.
The event will take place Oct. 14 and benefit a family that lost the majority of their dairy cows and barns in a fire earlier this month.
Saturday's heat warning remains in effect for Sunday, with the high reaching 31 C. True to the theme of the week, watch out for that humidex, which will make it feel like 40.
Local growers say there could be fewer pumpkins to go around this fall after record-breaking spring rainfall flooded fields and ruined crops.
Julie Drury lost her eight-year-old-daughter to a rare and complex illness in 2015. Now, she's using that experience to improve the health-care system for other parents.
Logan Brown had two goals and an assist and Alex Formenton chipped in with two assists as the Senators beat the Montreal Canadiens 5-1 in pre-season play.
After spending nearly a week in two Ontario hospitals and a Quebec hospital, Ugo Fredette, who was arrested last week in connection with an Amber Alert case, is now in a detention centre in Saint-Jérôme.
An Ottawa woman who went to Mexico City to have a vacation is now paying out of pocket to fund relief efforts for earthquake survivors.
Ottawa police have charged a man with second-degree murder in the April 27 killing of 24-year-old Devon Labelle.
The day after 20 year old Hamzeh Serhan was gunned down in the courtyard of a Caldwell Ave. social housing complex, the women in the community did something that had not been done before. They mobilised and marched.
An early morning fire at a Canada Post building in the city's south end caused $1.5 million in damages, fire officials said.
Ottawa's Indigenous families are favouring of culturally specific programs over other services, according to the city, but existing organizations can't keep up with demand.
The Quebec municipal election campaign has begun in earnest in the lead-up to voting day on Nov. 5, 2017. In Gatineau, five candidates have declared sos far, but people still have until Oct. 6 to enter the race to try and defeat the sitting mayor, Maxime Pednaud-Jobin.
According to Environment Canada, Saturday's daytime high is expected to reach 29 C, while Sunday it could break the 30 C mark. Both would be records.
The heat will stay on tap until at least Tuesday, when a cooler front pushes through bringing the only rain in the forecast.
Matt Nichols threw for 319 yards and two touchdowns on a rainy night as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated the Ottawa Redblacks 29-9 on Friday.