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Environment Canada confirms that three additional tornadoes touched down in western Quebec on Friday — bringing the day's total number of twisters in the Ottawa-Gatineau area to six.
The University of Ottawa says it will no longer recognize its student federation as the official voice for students following allegations its members misappropriated funds.
Wesley Clover Parks has received a city committee’s approval to use its site in the Greenbelt to host a big concert next June, despite concerns from nearby residents.
When the Dunrobin rental home paramedic Nicole Lowden and her family were living in was destroyed in Friday's tornado, Ottawa's fire chief made them an offer they couldn't refuse.
Natural disasters can be golden opportunities for online scammers, and the tornadoes that struck the National Capital Region last week are no exception.
After a few hours of confusion, the City of Ottawa is confirming it is indeed looking for volunteers to help clean up after Friday's tornado in Dunrobin.
A senior City of Kingston employee has died after a tree fell on him during the severe storms that swept through eastern Ontario last Friday.
The co-CEO of the Ottawa-based grocery store chain Farm Boy says customers won't notice "one difference" now that the chain has been bought by another company.
Ramyza Naji told The Current's Kristin Nelson about her close call with the tornado that ripped through the Ottawa region last weekend.
One of the tornadoes that tore through the National Capital Region on Friday cut right through Gatineau Park, doing considerable damage to trails and parkways.
Pontiac, Que., is still trying to determine when and how debris will be removed after Friday's tornado ravaged parts of the municipality.
Life is slowly returning to normal for most residents of Ottawa-Gatineau after Friday's destructive tornadoes.
If you didn't get an emergency alert on your phone Friday, it could be because you have an older phone.
One of Ottawa's two major power sources was decimated by one of three tornadoes to hit the region on Friday, leaving 180,000 homes without power. Yet by late Sunday night, it was less that 4,000. How did it happen?
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is not saying "lock her up" — the chant used by Donald Trump supporters in the 2016 U.S. election to discredit his opponent, Hillary Clinton — when referring to former Liberal premier Kathleen Wynne, but he's coming awfully close.
As Joe Mutchmore and Chris Tessier walked bleary-eyed through the lobby of their Lincoln Heights condominium Monday — three days after tornadoes touched down in Ottawa — they were treated like rock stars.
Residents are trying to get back to normal in the south Ottawa neighbourhood of Arlington Woods, where the sound of the cleanup is the sound of chainsaws.
These photos taken before and after the Ottawa-Gatineau, Que., tornadoes are stark examples of its devastating power.