Loyal fans of the Pembroke Lumber Kings showed their team spirit ahead of Sunday night's season home opener with an old-fashioned parking lot tailgate party.
It was the unofficial start of autumn over the weekend as crowds flocked here to the eighth edition of the Fall Home, Leisure and Consumer Show.
Thirty four years after a determined young man from Port Coquitlam, B.C. Embarked on his ambitious “Marathon of Hope,” residents across the Upper Ottawa Valley came out to symbolically complete that remarkable journey.
There was a lot of rain and mud but the weather didn't dampen spirits during a day-long celebration of Renfrew County rural life and the family farm near Cobden Saturday.
Men and women cycling across Ontario in recent weeks to raise awareness and funds for the United Way made a special stop in Petawawa Friday.
With nominations closing across Renfrew County Friday, the table of candidates is set for the Oct. 27 municipal elections.
In Canada, one in every nine women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. One in 29 diagnosed will die.
Nominations for the Oct. 27 municipal election closed Friday with the acclamation of two area mayors.
Pembroke’s Waterfront Chapel lit up Wednesday evening, as dozens gathered by the Ottawa River to take a stand and to fight the darkness.
A Toronto construction executive was shot and killed while riding a horse near a wildlife conservation area Saturday.
A single rosary hanging on a battered wooden fence post blows in the wind.
Thirty-four years ago, Terry Fox began his Marathon of Hope to raise money for cancer research.
You should be able to fight city hall, Andre Marin says.
It gives a whole new meaning to, “You do the math.”
A decision on what to do about Mayor Rob Ford on the ballot for mayor has yet to be made but his brother Doug says the bigger battle is his health troubles.
Doug Ford is running for mayor now that Rob Ford has been knocked out of the mayor’s race due to health reasons.
Mayor Rob Ford said dropping out of the election and passing the torch to his brother Doug was his only move.
From a tuna sport fishing derby to golf tournaments to brain research, Conservative MPs rang up a whopping $1.4 billion bill handing out cheques on the summertime spending circuit.
No wonder Canadian soldiers were a little “jumpy,” as artillery officer-diarist Leonard wrote during the Second Battle of Ypres in the spring of 1915.