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Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe-winner Howard Shore's latest piece will be performed at the National Arts Centre Monday evening.
Old Ottawa South locals are fighting to return a signature dish to a tiny Vietnamese restaurant after a building code violation forced it to pull its beef pho off the menu.
One of Canada's high-profile weather forecasters is warning Canadians across the country to brace for a whole lot of snow this winter.
A new University of Ottawa report says that millions of dollars being funnelled into local homelessness initiatives are not being properly tracked to see if the money's been well spent.
Algonquin College students say they're confused and worried about how their fall semester will play out as Ontario's five-week college faculty strike comes to an end.
Henrik Lundqvist stopped 20 shots for his second shutout of the season and 63rd of his career, leading the New York Rangers over the Ottawa Senators 3-0 on Sunday night.
The Calgary Stampeders advanced to the CFL championship game for a second straight year Sunday when they downed the visiting Edmonton Eskimos 32-28 in the West Division final, setting up a meeting with Toronto in the 105th Grey Cup game.
The Multifaith Housing Initiative, an Ottawa non-profit that provides affordable housing to low-income families in the city, celebrated 15 years in operation Sunday.
Canadians who were criminally charged or fired from the military or Canada's civil service because of their sexual orientation will receive a formal apology from the prime minister before the end of month.
The Canadian Folk Music Awards are taking over Ottawa this weekend, and CBC Radio's All In A Day spoke with two of the nominees.
Hundreds of thousands of college students are expected to be back in class after the province passed back-to-work legislation on Sunday to end a five-week strike by Ontario college faculty.
Vanier residents opposed to a proposed Salvation Army facility on Montreal Road say they'll continue their fight at the Ontario Municipal Board if city council gives the project the go-ahead.
Joshua Van Noy of Van's Blacksmithing in Hammond, Ont., is committed to keeping the trade alive — and he told CBC Radio's In Town and Out why.
Agencies supporting homeless youth say a lack of affordable housing is preventing street kids from finding safe places to live — and they're calling on landlords to do more to get them into homes.
An eastern Ontario man is dead and five others injured after a multi-vehicle collision on Highway 401 in Kingston, Ont., Saturday morning.