Did you know that about 1.5 million people in Ontario have a disability? Ontario has it planned to be a barrier-free and accessible province by the ye
The question was asked in the Ottawa Citizen's editorial last Monday, it came in the wake of a disturbing revelation of a Facebook conversation betwee
Tonight is the last regular season game for the Pembroke Lumber Kings as they host the Nepean Raiders at the Pembroke Memorial Centre.
Soldiers at Garrison Petawawa are strapping on their skates for a good cause again, and for the second year in a row, the clients of St. Joseph's Food
The Highview Public School Builders' Club set out to raise $500 to help a Free the Children campaign build 200 new schools across Africa, but ended up
The city of Pembroke is scrambling for options after learning its bus service is stopping by the end of the month.
Four major consortiums will bid to become the new operators of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited's Chalk River Laboratories.
The new Crown Ward Education Championship Team (CWECT) partnership between local school boards and Family and Children's Services (FCS) is generating
Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley threw open its doors on Thursday, Feb. 20 to give roughly 60 crown wards from Renfrew, Lanark and Leeds and Gre
The sentencing hearing of Cristopher Chaulk got underway in Pembroke court yesterday, starting the two-day proceeding determining the fate of the man
Christopher Chaulk's sentencing hearing wrapped up on Tuesday, but he will have to wait nearly two more months before learning his fate.
Council has directed staff to develop a noise bylaw that will effectively cover the entire municipality.