Leader of nascent Canadian Senators Group doesn’t think Wexit’s a good idea
Conservative Senator Scott Tannas says everyone in the new group are “there to fight for Canada.”
MISSING: Ottawa Police request help searching for woman
Police have concern for her safety.
Ontario pimps spared prison, judge strikes down mandatory minimum sentence for trafficking minors
The judge considered sentencing the pimps grooming minors, as “cruel and unusual punishment”
Two more bedbug outbreaks found in government buildings
Two additional bedbug cases in federal government offices have been found less than a week after downtown offices in Montreal had to be closed due to significant infestations.
FRIGHTENING DEBT: Ontario man makes cemetery to highlight Canadian debt
A concerned Canadian puts up a national debt cemetery on his front lawn to raise awareness of Canada’s massive national debt.
Four wounded in three stabbing incidents overnight in Ottawa—some suspects in custody, some at large
Ottawa Police responded to three separate stabbing incidents Monday night that left 3 victims injured.
Conservatives at 37 percent as most Canadians want change in Ottawa
The Liberals are losing everywhere except Quebec, where they beat the Conservatives 37 percent to 24.
Jagmeet Singh bikes around Ottawa to promote cycling infrastructure
Singh says investing in transit and cycling infrastructure is proactive in reducing carbon emissions, as well as the amount of time Canadians spend stuck in traffic.
Trudeau government gives Ottawa $7 million to house asylum seekers
Ottawa city will receive roughly $7 million dollars to help with asylum seeker housing.