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It's too cold for school buses to take students to many schools surrounding Ottawa, but there aren't yet any cancellations in the city.
Today's forecast calls for a high of only –17 C and winds that will make conditions feel at cold as -38 this morning.
Despite increasing demand, major multinational publishers are limiting the number of bestselling e-book titles available at the library, according to the Ottawa Public Library.
The Big Sky Ranch animal sanctuary in Kemptville, Ont., is reaching out for help heating its barns this winter as temperatures plunge and donations slow to a trickle.
She was sitting near the front of the upper level of the double-decker bus that crashed into Westboro station last week, but Kathryn Rose survived with only minor bruises. More than a week later, she's struggling with guilt.
The Transportation Safety Board – the agency in charge of protecting Canadians in the skies, the seas and on rail – is often ignored and its recommendations are taking decades to address.
Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont. stumbled to a 4-over 75 to finish in a tie for sixth place at the LPGA Tournament of Champions in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
The temperatures in Ottawa may be frigid this weekend, but they haven't stopped some people — and their pets — from venturing out into the white abyss.
Four dogs are dead and two people are temporarily homeless after a fire broke out at a home on Woodroffe Avenue Sunday afternoon.
Heat has been restored to hundreds of homes in Ottawa's Blackburn Hamlet and Innes Park neighbourhoods days after a gas line was damaged.
Quebec provincial police are investigating after a nearly century-old covered bridge in Low, Que., burned down Saturday night.
A blustery, cold and snowy Sunday is in store as Environment Canada's extreme cold warning and winter storm warning continues for much of eastern Ontario.
Environment Canada meteorologist Alexandre Parent has analyzed data going back decades and says he can't find a similar storm. The closest example is 1920, he says.
A group of intrepid seniors are taking to the streets to report on the state of Ottawa's sidewalks during the winter months.
Dozens of racers will be tearing down a specially-designed skicross track west of Ottawa this weekend — one that local college students helped build.
There's something about making a meal from your favourite cookbook. Even better? Making that meal with other people. Chef Tanya Skeates used that logic when she decided to create her new Feast Family Cookbook Club.
An outdoor art exhibit in Kingston, Ont., featuring bright paintings encased in ice could be melting away for good come spring if no one steps up to help.
It was standing room only Saturday at a community hall in Almonte, Ont., as hundreds gathered to remember the life of Judy Booth, one of three civil servants killed in a fatal bus crash earlier this month.