News/Canada/Ottawa

    News/Canada/Ottawa

    Love animals and hard work? You could take over this Smiths Falls, Ont., farm — for free A Kijiji ad offering a free farm near Smiths Falls, Ont., to anyone willing to feed the animals and maintain the property has gone viral.

    Mom furious after teacher gives 7-year-old son with autism a haircut at school An Ottawa teacher has been sent home after he was accused of cutting the hair of a seven-year-old student with autism at school without permission from the boy's mother.

    Founder of Ottawa dyslexia centre faces charges in Quebec The founder of an Ottawa dyslexia centre and a school for dyslexic students is fighting charges laid by the Quebec College of Psychologists alleging that she has been diagnosing mental disorders without proper qualifications.

    Disgraced dentist turned foot doctor deemed 'incompetent' for 2nd time After Go Public uncovered how an Ottawa foot doctor was inserting unapproved medical implants into patients, Pierre Dupont finally has been ordered to face a disciplinary committee.

    Queen's University investigates 'shockingly racist' student costume party Queen's University is investigating after photos appeared online showing white people dressed as Buddhist monks, Middle Eastern sheiks, Mexicans and Viet Cong fighters in rice hats during an off-campus student party in Kingston, Ont.

    Ottawa Mountie and his wife found guilty in 'gut-wrenching' case of child abuse A Mountie and his wife have been found guilty of what Ottawa police sources have called the "worst case of abuse" the force has seen, involving the Mountie's then 11-year-old son.

    System treats the man 'like he’s a deadbeat’: Feds need to update child benefit rules, think-tank says The head of the Vanier Institute of the Family, a Canadian think-tank based in Ottawa, says the federal government needs to update its policies when it comes...

    'Disgraceful' student pub crawl that awarded points for sex acts condemned The University of Ottawa is condemning a popular annual pub crawl during which students were reportedly encouraged to engage in sexual acts in exchange for team points.

    Bureaucrat in charge of Phoenix pay system shuffled into new role The bureaucrat who oversaw the Phoenix pay system has been shuffled into another role at Public Services and Procurement Canada.

    'I'm disgusted': Nortel executives continue drawing bonuses years after bankruptcy Former Nortel workers who are still owed money say they're frustrated that executives with the now defunct company are still drawing retention bonuses, eight years after the company started bankruptcy proceedings.

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