How much cutting is too much?
Renfrew County appears to be breaking with Petawawa when it comes to the four-lane expansion of Highway 17 and the town's proposal that construction begin in the Upper Ottawa Valley stretch of the highway.
Junior kindergarten students born in 2010 have the chance, if needed to receive a pair of free eyeglasses, the public school board learned recently and happily announced.
The Ministry of Education will support the Renfrew County District School Board (RCDSB) this school year with more than $275,000 in funding for technology learning.
The government’s new anti-terror bill proposes significant new powers for police and CSIS, but Prime Minister Stephen Harper insists jihadists, and not his bill, are the real threat to Canadians’ freedoms.
A strike by nurses who co-ordinate home care has pushed overcrowded Ontario hospitals into uncharted waters that could strand patients in wards and back up emergency rooms.
Who says you can only see dancing police officers in a Village People music video?
After a frustrating bureaucratic battle, a young woman who lost both legs and six fingers after she was hit by a train in Montreal last month will hopefully be coming home to Ottawa in a few weeks.
DALLAS - The decaying pine coffin in which Lee Harvey Oswald was buried 51 years ago rightfully belongs to the brother of President John F. Kennedy's presumed assassin, a Texas judge ruled on Friday.
MONTREAL - A halfway house that cost taxpayers $2.1 million and is located in a remote part of Quebec currently holds just a single resident.
OTTAWA — Canada's premiers are set to roll out their national energy strategy, P.E.I. Premier Robert Ghiz said yesterday at the conclusion of the annual meeting of provincial first ministers.
A Kansas man was sentenced to nearly three years in prison on Friday for letting his 10-month-old foster daughter die in a hot car while he smoked marijuana and watched television.
The Supreme Court ruled Friday that Saskatchewan legislation limiting the rights of public service employees to strike is unconstitutional.
VYAZMA, Russia - Nine months after Russian activist Svetlana Davydova called the Ukrainian embassy in Moscow to warn that Russian soldiers were making their way to Ukraine, an investigator with an order for her arrest showed up at her door.
A B.C. man is the second Canadian to test positive for the H7N9 avian flu virus, provincial health officials say.
Jurors at the terror case against two men accused of plotting to derail a Via train were given their first legal instructions Friday.
The Northwest Territories announced Thursday it will begin a feasibility study that could be the first step towards construction of an oil pipeline along the MacKenzie Valley to the Arctic Ocean.
Top government officials gave their first official briefing on the mission against ISIS in Iraq on Thursday and made no apologies for Canada's role.