Man searches for Ottawa paramedics who saved his life 28 years ago

Man searches for Ottawa paramedics who saved his life 28 years ago

It’s been nearly three decades since Dave Murphy was stabbed outside an Ottawa mall. “I suffered from severe PTSD,” Murphy said. “I couldn’t even talk about it, I couldn’t think about it. If I saw anyone who looked like those guys, I would get off the train or look away.” Murphy says the incident happened … Read more

The focus on the US-Canada border tragedy will change on Monday as the accused appears in court

The focus on the US-Canada border tragedy will change on Monday as the accused appears in court

FARGO, ND – Under cover of darkness, strafed by high winds and obscured by a swirling blizzard, four people walked through deep snow and deadly cold, aiming to cross an invisible threshold that held the promise of a better life. Believed to be an Indian family, all four – including a baby and a teenager … Read more

Councilor renews efforts to eliminate red returns at Ottawa intersections

Councilor renews efforts to eliminate red returns at Ottawa intersections

An Ottawa councilor is renewing efforts to eliminate red light technology at intersections so cyclists have a green light when they activate sensors. Com. Jeff Leiper will introduce a motion at Wednesday’s council meeting to eliminate inverted red traffic lights, also known as stoplights, at intersections. The motion comes six weeks after the transport committee … Read more

Ottawa begins clearing snowbanks from streets and sidewalks after record storm

Ottawa begins clearing snowbanks from streets and sidewalks after record storm

Motorists are advised to watch for temporary “No Parking” signs on the streets as the next phase of cleanup begins following last Monday’s record-breaking snowstorm that buried Ottawa. The City of Ottawa says starting Sunday evening, crews will be working to clear the huge piles of snow to maintain road width and access. Ottawa received … Read more

4 killed, 1 injured in ‘ambush’ shooting at party near Los Angeles | national news

4 killed, 1 injured in ‘ambush’ shooting at party near Los Angeles |  national news

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Four people were killed and one was injured when multiple shooters opened fire at a house party near Los Angeles early Sunday, authorities said. Police responded around 1:30 a.m. to reports of shots being fired at a home in the town of Inglewood, Mayor James Butts told reporters. Two women and … Read more

Police shooting: New York will honor NYPD officer killed in Harlem shooting with funeral service

Police shooting: New York will honor NYPD officer killed in Harlem shooting with funeral service

HARLEM, Manhattan (WABC) – A city reeling from a recent wave of violence has prepared to bury a rookie police officer hailed as an inspiration to its immigrant community, as investigators sought to give a meaning to a domestic dispute that left another officer “fighting for his life.” New York Police Officer Jason Rivera’s funeral … Read more

Councilor renews efforts to eliminate red returns at Ottawa intersections

Councilor renews efforts to eliminate red returns at Ottawa intersections

An Ottawa councilor is renewing efforts to eliminate red light technology at intersections so cyclists have a green light when they activate sensors. Com. Jeff Leiper will introduce a motion at Wednesday’s council meeting to eliminate inverted red traffic lights, also known as stoplights, at intersections. The motion comes six weeks after the transport committee … Read more

The Council kicks off its 2022 program and the freedom convoy rolls on to Ottawa: five stories to watch this week

The Council kicks off its 2022 program and the freedom convoy rolls on to Ottawa: five stories to watch this week

Ottawa’s top doctor provides an update on the COVID-19 situation in the capital and the Freedom Convoy is set to arrive in Ottawa to protest vaccination mandates. CTVNewsOttawa.ca takes a look at five stories to watch in Ottawa this week. THE STATE OF COVID-19 IN OTTAWA Ottawa’s top doctor will provide an update on the … Read more

Ontario confirms 10th youth death from COVID-19

Ontario confirms 10th youth death from COVID-19

Health officials in Toronto have confirmed the COVID-19-related death of one person under the age of 19. On Saturday, the province reported that it had recorded another death of a person with COVID-19 under the age of 19. So far, 10 deaths have been confirmed in this age group throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Toronto Public … Read more