To date in November, more than 40 persons have been arrested and charged for impaired driving. This included one man who was stopped, in a construction zone while workers were present…
The Ottawa Police Service is seeking public assistance to identify a man who was involved in an Attempted Abduction of a Child on November 6th in the Kanata area and have released a composite sketch.
The Ottawa Safety Council (OSC) is rolling out a new 2-step whistle system at all crossing guard locations across Ottawa.
Ever imagined yourself on the big screen? Ottawa’s film, television, and animation industry is a vibrant sector contributing over $100 million to the local economy each year.
As we all hunker down for winter, Canadians may be looking for small ways to inject some joy into their daily pandemic routine. Collect jokes or sayings that make you laugh – laugh at yourself.
This year’s theme, “Serving Ontario, Protecting Communities”, will connect Ottawa Police Service (OPS) officers with residents to show individuals and groups…
Additional details have been received by the City on the provincial stage-two modified restrictions. Following provincial guidelines, the limitation of 10 people indoors and 25 outdoors still applies – with masks mandatory and to be worn in all facilities.
The Ottawa Police reminds the community that the risk of thefts, and repeat thefts, of high-end Lexus and Toyota vehicles in Ottawa is still very present, particularly with larger SUVs, RX350, 4 Runner and Highlander.
The Independent Long-term Care (LTC) COVID-19 Commission has now been established. Terms of Reference have been posted. What can we hope for?
If you are heading outside this weekend, whether it is to walk, run, bike, scooter or go for a drive, the Ottawa Police Service reminds you to be aware of your surroundings and follow all rules of the road.
Ottawa’s Paramedics will be looking a little space-age as they continue to find ways to provide safe and reliable service during the global pandemic.
The Ottawa Police Service (OPS) is reminding residents to be safe on our roads and waterways this weekend and make it a safe long weekend for everyone.
The Bryanston Gate Community Association (BGCA) is urging residents not to miss their opportunity to take part in a public meeting addressing a proposed development at 1981 Maple Grove Road September 14.
(Ed Lawrence and Michael Runtz will be guests on the July 25, 2020 Radiothon in support of the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust on LAKE 88.1 FM) It’s no secret that…
Imagine being thrust into a world of espionage and conspiracy amidst actual cold war relics and then challenged to save the world from a modern-day nuclear threat — all deep underground. “Escape the Diefenbunker”,…