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Olympic horseman Ian Millar retires from international competition

Show jumper Ian Millar, who has represented Canada around the world at more than two dozen Olympic Games, Pan American Games and...

NAC Indigenous Theatre unveils inaugural season

The National Arts Centre's new Indigenous theatre department has unveiled its inaugural season after suffering a funding setback last month. 

Teen shares story of lost limbs after crash, electric shock

A western Quebec woman who lost her arms and legs after crashing into a hydro pole last Christmas Eve says she's remaining...

Senators gather for charity golf tournament under cloud of uncertainty

You had a sense heading in to this year's Ottawa Senators charity golf tournament that it wouldn't be like any of the...

Erik and Melinda Karlsson launch anti-bullying charity

A new charity set up by Ottawa Senators captain Erik Karlsson and his wife Melinda launched Sunday night with a walk to...

Afghan diplomat’s son under investigation by Ottawa sexual assault unit

A case being investigated by Ottawa police's sexual assault and child abuse unit was delayed until police could get permission from the...

Global Affairs intervenes to aid Ottawa police investigation of diplomat’s son

A case being investigated by Ottawa police's sexual assault and child abuse unit was delayed until police could get permission from the...

UN pushing Canada to compensate Quebec man tortured in Mexico

The United Nations Committee Against Torture is asking the Canadian government to explain why it still hasn't acted on a 2011 order...

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