Franco Vigile believed marijuana dispensaries fell under a legal grey area and expanded his dispensary business over the past few months.
Author: Devyn Barrie
What was surprising to me was simply how close and engaged the community was.
About 75 per cent of the 1,400 students who used their counselling services either reduced or stopped their drug use altogether.
More photos from the final races of the championship that took nine years to bring to Ottawa.
Did city councillor Stephen Blais go too far calling councillor Tobi Nussbaum’s refusal to vote on a contentious issue at city council “a chicken move”?
“My first thought every morning is to check that Paige is alive,” writes Kanata dad Sean O’Leary in a letter that’s been circulating in recent days on Facebook and through e-mail.
The company had faced backlash in recent days for hosting Breitbart’s online store, which critics said was condoning the so-called “alt-right” website.
Although paramedics plan accordingly, there’s always a cost when an ambulance has to be sent out because someone had a little bit too much.
In addition to performances such as a Mariachi band and African drums, several diplomats set up tables to showcase a part of their nation’s culture.
The bus contained dozens of people, who all got off safely.
Although it has been groomed for several weeks now, the...
Ottawa Public Health is hoping that Minecraft will lay the building blocks to getting kids engaged in their community and its health.
Taking a look back at the career of Ottawa Sun day oner Susan Sherring.
The concert, called FanFair, is held every year in honour of the orchestra’s favourite charities, the Snowsuit Fund and the Ottawa Food Bank.
Two Ottawa residents are dead after a head-on collision between an SUV and a tractor trailer on Highway 7, about 140 kilometres southwest of Ottawa.
A pair of Blackburn Hamlet residents are fed up with what they call shoddy transit service and are circulating a petition to ask OC Transpo to make changes.
Larco Investments Ltd, who represents the owners, says the changes include a smaller footprint, bigger setbacks on the Mackenzie Avenue and Rideau Canal sides and a modified roof.
The prime minister who brought Canada into the 20th century, Sir Wilfred Laurier, turns 175 this Sunday and commemorations will be held in the capital.
The Sir John A. Macdonald pathway – great for three seasons a year, almost unused during winter. Dave Adams is hoping to change that.
Turmel was not invited to take part in Thursday’s debate, but he tried to anyway.