All posts by Beatrice Britneff

‘Erratic’ van driver in uOttawa incident facing criminal charges: Ottawa police

The charges laid against the driver include theft of a vehicle, resisting arrest, assault and failing or refusing to provide a sample. No injuries were reported, police said.

LRT 101: What Ottawans need to know about riding the Confederation Line

OC Transpo officials went through what the LRT rollout will look like for riders in a presentation to the city’s transit commission on Wednesday.

Ottawa mayor doesn’t support federal budget pledge to revive plans for new interprovincial bridge

A proposal in the federal budget to resume studies for a sixth crossing connecting Ottawa and Gatineau “came as a surprise” to Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson.

Police upping presence at Ottawa religious institutions after Christchurch mosque shootings: police chief

Chief Charles Bordeleau said the police service has “no intelligence to suggest that any group in Ottawa is allied with the suspects in New Zealand.”

Lawyers for Ottawa police officer charged in Abdirahman Abdi’s death ask judge to stay trial

Const. Daniel Montsion’s lawyers filed a charter application asking the judge to effectively stop the trial or, alternatively, exclude key video evidence from the proceedings.

Stabilization work on Ottawa’s Magee House to begin ‘in days’ — but no precise date yet

The western wall of the historic stone home partially collapsed back on July 24, 2018.

Stabilization work on Ottawa’s Magee House to begin ‘in days’ — but no precise date yet

The western wall of the historic stone home partially collapsed back on July 24, 2018.

‘He made the institute a home’: Carleton students, faculty remember Ottawa professor Pius Adesanmi

Adesanmi was one of 157 individuals — 18 of whom were Canadian — who died when an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed outside Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Sunday.