Alfie’s good for 1 more year: Fans

Sens fans are hoping Alfie will be around for another Game 7. “Like, he’s doing too good to quit,” said … More

City reaches tentative deal with CUPE

The city reached a tentative agreement with its largest union Thursday morning — avoiding layoffs, for now. Canadian Union of … More

Report urges city to proceed with Lansdowne work

The city should proceed with redeveloping Lansdowne Park, despite pending legal proceedings, according to a report by city staff to … More

Devout fans make trip for Game 7

A group of hardcore Sens faithful are taking their hometown swagger to the Big Apple for Game 7 between the … More

Mayor eyes former U.S embassy for Canadian ‘Smithsonian’

A “treasure chest” of Canadian accomplishments nestled in the heart of the capital could be our answer to the Smithsonian … More

City could be forced to open safe injection site

The city of Ottawa could be forced to open supervised drug injection clinics if the province says to — much … More

Needle hunting season

Ottawa Public Health officials insist steps are being taken to clean up discarded drug paraphernalia after dirty needles were recently … More

Injection sites a junkie’s dream

Supervised injection sites enable addicts and will bring more drugs into the city via ‘no-go’ zones where drug laws won’t … More

Students green light U-Pass

Ottawa’s university students voted to keep the Universal Transit Pass bundled into tuition fees. The price will increase to $180 … More

Courtesy counts on bus

SEE VIDEO http://www.ottawasun.com/2012/03/24/courtesy-counts-on-bus Passengers behaving badly. Each day, people riding the bus in Ottawa turn to social media to gripe … More