PETAWAWA – A quick dip in frozen water is one way to get started in the morning.
PETAWAWA – Council will be applying for a grant from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities' (FCM) Municipal Asset Management Program that would lead to the creation of a strategic asset management policy for the town.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Carnival-goers happily skated into Alice in Winterland on Saturday morning.
National Cupcake Day is challenging animal lovers to bake a difference in the lives of their four-legged friends this winter.
With the community’s help, on March 1st, phones will be ringing off the hooks at the Pembroke Mall where the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation will be holding their first-ever Connecting to Care Radiothon.
PETAWAWA – A Petawawa family lost its home to fire on Tuesday night.
DEEP RIVER – The Upper Ottawa Valley Chamber of Commerce needs to unite as a whole as they face the future together.
OTTAWA – The Concerned Citizens of Renfrew County and Area believe they may have gotten the ear of the federal government.
The Supreme Court has agreed to decide the legality of the latest version of President Donald Trump's ban on travel to the United States by residents of six majority-Muslim countries.
A Massachusetts police department has received a handwritten apology for a series of prank 911 calls from a young boy who promised not to call again except in an "emerginsy."
Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken a dip in icy lake waters to celebrate Epiphany, a major holiday in Orthodox Christianity marking the baptism of Jesus.
Recent assaults by tactical teams on prototypes of President Donald Trump's proposed wall with Mexico indicate their imposing heights should stop border crossers, a U.S. official with direct knowledge of the rigorous assessment told The Associated Press.
The hair on the heir is no longer quite so apparent.
A 15-year-old Quebec boy is challenging his school's policy of confiscating a smartphone for 24 hours if it is used during class.
Canadian sun seekers in Jamaica are being urged to "exercise a high degree of caution" following a spate of violent crime in the popular winter getaway.
The three men charged in the Lac-Megantic railway disaster have all been found not guilty of criminal negligence causing the death of 47 people.
A reproductive rights advocate who urged the Liberals to deny summer job grants to groups pushing for restricted access to abortion said the government may have gone a step too far in rolling out the changes.
A former chief of staff in the Ontario premier's office has been found guilty of deliberately destroying emails and other records in an attempt to avoid scrutiny in the cancelled gas plants controversy.
Toronto is the only Canadian city on Amazon Inc.’s short list of 20 candidates for a second North American headquarters.