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The family of Brandon Maurice is suing the Sûreté du Québec and two police officers for negligence for the teen's death near Maniwaki in 2015.
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An Ottawa man who says he's living with the pain and other debilitating symptoms of Lyme disease is suing two doctors who he claims failed to diagnose or treat his illness.
The fate of Ottawa's Magee House is expected to be decided Thursday, after its owner failed to submit a satisfactory plan for saving the historic building.
It will be be a bit milder by afternoon once the wind chill moves on, but snow is on its way starting this evening.
Ontario's Finance Minister Vic Fedeli is poised to eliminate at least two provincial watchdog positions on Thursday as the Ford government launches its cost-cutting drive, CBC News has learned.
Seven years after she was raped by a stranger, an Ottawa-area woman is still seeking closure and waiting in trepidation for what justice could mete out.
Under new regulations for private cannabis retailers announced by the provincial government Wednesday evening, you'll be able buy pot from 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. when the stores start opening in Ontario next year.
Former Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown claims in a new tell-all book that local MPP Lisa MacLeod was not a team player and worked to push him out the door when allegations of sexual misconduct broke earlier this year.
A new book released by former PC leader Patrick Brown raises allegations of spying by members of his former party and sexual misconduct against a current cabinet minister. He describes the night he was forced to resign as 'The Night of Knives.'
The overall number of homeless people in Kingston, Ont., is declining, but a recent report shows a rise in both the number of homeless women and the number of people living in transitional housing.
Brant Burrow's election as mayor of a small eastern Ontario township of Elizabethtown-Kitley was confirmed in a recount Wednesday.
Canopy Growth Corp. reported a loss of $330.6 million in its most recent quarter as it ramped up spending in quarter that ended just before legalization of recreational marijuana in Canada.
Fabien Kalala Cimankinda performed CPR on a young man gunned down in broad daylight on Caldwell Avenue last year, but a bravery award he was supposed to get from the city remains on hold. On Tuesday night, he received a separate acknowledgement from Ottawa police.
After two delays of Ottawa's $2.1-billion LRT system, there's still no firm date for when the city will get the keys, or when the public will ride those rails.
This winter's flu season, which got underway earlier than normal across Canada, has claimed its first victim in Ottawa.
It will be a dream come true Thursday night in Ottawa for the 20-year-old when he steps on the ice at the Canadian Tire Centre arena. He will make his NHL debut against the Detroit Red Wings.
For some, Deinsberg St-Hilaire's recent acquittal on charges of dangerous driving causing death and leaving the scene of the 2015 collision that killed cyclist Andy Nevin begs the question, is the legal bar for conviction set too high?