“In the past weeks we have shared our grief with Canadians, and along the way we have felt the weight of the entire country,” said Patrick Downie, Gord’s brother.
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YOUth in Office sent 100 young people from across Canada aged 14 to 24 up to Parliament Hill to job shadow with 100 MPs from all parties as a way to teach them the inner workings of Canadian democracy.
On Remembrance Day, November 11, Canadians honour and remember our...
Susan Sherring is back to breaking stories on her personal blog, just under a year after taking a buyout from the Ottawa Sun.
Adding Farsi — one of Canada’s fastest growing languages — will support newcomers to Ontario in completing their tests, learning the rules of the road and gaining the experience required to drive safely in the province.
“I think I deserve a break. I haven’t had a break in a long time,” said Meehan. “I want to be present at home for my kids because I’m just not present here.”
“The City of Ottawa will not be a party to this infringement of constitutional freedoms,” Watson wrote in a letter to Couillard.
“You can’t sit back and let things happen. You have to do something about it and that’s what we do.”
Advocacy group We the Parents held a meeting at the...
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“Being a (police) chief in Ottawa you actually see the impact (drugs have) on families more than anything,” said Vern White, former Ottawa police chief, who’s now a Senator.
Julie Payette, the governor general-designate, will be sworn in on Oct. 2 at 10:55 a.m. in the Senate Chamber on Parliament Hill.
The current US administration hoped to build a new relationship...
“We had a wonderful seven years,” said Governor General David Johnston at his last public event at Rideau Hall on Saturday, capping off his term as one of the longest serving Canadian Viceroys.
Making it past the first year of business isn’t the only accomplishment Caffeine 1Up has under its belt — it’s also created a dedicated community of gamers, too.
“I feel pretty happy with myself for doing this, and I never thought it would happen, so I’m happy I got to do this,” said Zach.
Leanne Brophy of Victoria, B.C. was caught by a surprise welcoming to MosaiCanada Saturday, when she became the millionth visitor at 1:45 p.m.
“Since the moment he arrived here, Henry Burris has been committed to the City of Ottawa. Henry is a wonderful role model and community leader,” said Mayor Jim Watson.