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A male driver was killed in a collision with a Hydro Quebec truck on Highway 148 just west of Gatineau Tuesday night, according to MRC des Collines police.
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Residents of Bells Corners may soon be asked to keep a more watchful eye on their neighbours in response to a rash of violent crime that has shaken the normally peaceful community.
Carter Hutton made 25 saves for his 10th career shutout and the St. Louis Blues got goals from Vladimir Sobotka and Vladimir Tarasenko in a 3-0 victory over the struggling Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night.
An Ontario transit agency says it was in the crosshairs of a North Korean cyberattack earlier this month.
More than half of the suspects arrested last month in a major Ottawa police operation aimed at getting guns off the city's streets have been released on bail, and Ottawa's police chief says they're back on the streets "plying their trade."
First Air, an Inuit-owned airline that serves Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, is looking to expand its operation out of the Ottawa International Airport.
Robert-Guertin Centre, home of the Gatineau Olympiques junior hockey team, is closed after an ammonia leak at the rink.
Hiding ethnic-sounding names from resumes had no real bearing on who's picked from the pile of applications for jobs in the federal public service, a pilot project on blind hiring found.
Gatineau police have arrested a man wanted since 1999 for his alleged role in a Mafia plot to import a large amount of cocaine.
As Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott laid out the goals of her new department on Tuesday, her briefing documents showed stark health challenges.
After spending more than two hours hearing from a dozen residents opposed to the proposed development on Rochester Field in Westboro, the City of Ottawa's planning committee voted six to four to allow the construction of two buildings on the site.
A 42-year-old Kingston, Ont., woman is facing charges after being found naked in a stranger's bathtub Sunday evening.
Ontario's proposed marijuana law restricts smoking pot to private homes, but at least one Ottawa condo board wants to nip that in the bud.
Ottawa police Chief Charles Bordeleau is reassuring residents of Bells Corners that criminals are not setting up shop in their neighbourhood despite a spate of violence there this month.
The freezing rain warning for the Ottawa-Gatineau region has ended after a winter storm brought a messy mix of precipitation and scattered thunderstorms to the area.
Last week the Ultramar gas station in Prescott, Ont., mistakenly filled its gas tanks with diesel fuel instead of regular gas. Now some customers are paying hundreds of dollars in repairs.