A 30-year old was arrested in Ottawa and faces charges.
Grey County politicians and staff will be heading to the Association of Municipalities of Ontario conference next week, where they will be involved in a number of delegations with provincial officials. The conference, which is returning to an in-person event for the first time since 2019, will take place in Ottawa from Sunday to Wednesday. […]
A London investment adviser helping to bankroll a little known organization’s plan to buy and renovate an Ottawa church says he believes Ottawa residents’ unease about the perceived relationship between the organization and the “Freedom Convoy” is overblown.
If it wasn’t already dead, Wednesday marked the final defeat for the west leg of London’s controversial bus rapid transit network, at least this council term. City politicians instead backed a plan to apply for the final $120 million in transit funding from Ottawa and Queen’s Park in order to rebuild London Transit’s headquarters on […]
The Consumer Price Index report showed at least three per cent increases in seven of eight price categories, but gas prices propelled inflationary growth in June.
Heavy polluting trucks may be off the road sooner and Ingersoll’s Cami Assembly plant may get a lot busier after a federal plan to make electric trucks more affordable was unveiled in London on Monday.
A Canadian advocacy group is calling on the federal government to protect Great Lakes water from plastic pollution.
Patrick Brown’s campaign has denied allegations it broke financing rules and is accusing the party of “reprehensible, undemocratic behaviour.”
The federal government has put Hockey Canada on notice.
Sarnia’s Mayor Mike Bradley is still waiting for a call from Ottawa about if and when the federal government is going to loosen up travel requirements for people coming into Canada.
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