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Op-Ed: Effects of Afghanistan violence felt in Ottawa, Canada

Ottawa - With all the coverage of violence in the Middle East over the last ten years, it's a wonder if even grabs headlines anymore. Unfortunately, as a society, we have become slightly desensitized to these horrific acts; accepting them as the new normal.
In the Media by Jeffrey Nelson

Ottawa set to appeal medical marijuana injunction

The Canadian government has announced its intention to appeal a court order which allows a large number of medical marijuana patients to continue growing their own plants for personal, medical use while challenges to proposed changes remain on the table.
In the Media by Nicole Weddington

Canada a role model of tolerance and freedom: Aga Khan

Ottawa - Canada is a role model for freedom and tolerance, according to the Aga Khan. The leader of the world's 15 million Ismaili Muslims was in Ottawa on February 27.
In the Media by Paula Kirman

Ottawa to end rent subsidies for low-income residents

Many low-income Canadians could be facing the prospect of becoming homeless in the next two years, that is, unless the government steps in and pays attention to the Provinces and Territories request to work with them in maintaining social housing funding.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 6 comments

Battle of Ontario: Leafs head to Ottawa to take on the Sens

Toronto - The Toronto Maple Leafs head to the nation's capital Saturday night to continue the battle of Ontario against the Ottawa Senators.
In the Media by Dave Pitman - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Harvard students don't know capital of Canada

Cambridge - The Harvard Crimson, the newspaper of the Ivy League School, asked Harvard students on camera what was the capital of Canada.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 9 comments

Judge: Ottawa acted in bad faith calling ex-librarian 'terrorist'

Ottawa - A judge ruled the federal government acted in bad faith when labeling former Toronto librarian’s assistant Douglas Gary Freeman a "terrorist"and connecting him to the Black Panther party.
In the Media by Mike White - 1 comment

Ottawa woman may go to jail for letting her cat get too fat

A 12-year-old Ottawa, Ontario, cat, Napolean, got so fat he could not clean his fur, matted with his own feces. So fat and in so much pain and poor health, the cat was euthanized by the city's humane society. Now his owner may go to jail.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 6 comments

Venezuelans get ready to protest in Canada's Capital Special

Ottawa - Venezuelans in Canada are getting ready to support their political leaders today, in a protest that will take place in front of the Venezuelan embassy in Ottawa.
Digital Journal Report by Laura Garzón - 2 comments

3 Canadian teens appear in court over prostitution ring

Ottawa - Three Ottawa teenage girls appear in court yesterday allegedly used social media sites such as Facebook to force young girls into prostitution.
In the Media by Michelle Duffy
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