Big stars key to Ottawa film success

Getting A-list movie stars to come to Ottawa is part of producer Ron Schwarzmann’s master plan, but he knows it’s … More

Sally Ann strike averted

A strike by 60 Salvation Army employees at a downtown shelter has been averted — for now. “We want the … More

Celeb guards get green light, locals see red tape

Jonathan Gosselin wants to be a police officer one day. But he keeps getting hindered by provincial red tape when … More

Book by U of Ottawa student shines light on foster care

Karisa Karmali is blunt about her upbringing in foster care in Ottawa — and that’s exactly how she doles out … More

Woman out of work due to licence renewal hold up

When the clock strikes midnight Monday, Tina Waltenbury won’t be able to work. Her security guard licence expires July 11, … More

Committee wants major changes to streets to favour cyclists

SEE VIDEO http://www.ottawasun.com/2011/07/04/committee-wants-major-changes-to-streets-to-favour-cyclists Ottawa drivers could soon be taking a backseat to cyclists. And with the arrival of bike boxes, … More

Growing Ottawa film productions benefit economy

When Jo Marr lived in Los Angeles, he knew better than to try and shoot a feature film on the … More

Sally Ann saddled with $1M junk bill

SEE VIDEO http://www.ottawasun.com/2011/05/11/sally-ann-saddled-with-1m-junk-bill Shame on you, Ottawa. Thoughtless residents keep saddling the Salvation Army with so-called donations that turn out … More