In Town and OutBird of Ottawa PanelMay 2, 2015 | 12:33You sent us your nominations for Ottawa's unofficial feathered emblem. Now, our panel of bird-brains narrow the list down for our Bird of Ottawa casting call.
In Town and OutJane's Walk - free historic walking toursMay 2, 2015 | 10:43Why did building the Parliament Buildings cost eight times what it was supposed to? Hear those juicy stories and more of the Hill's "unauthorized" history, courtesy of a Jane's Walk sneak peek.
In Town and OutHurling... the fastest game on grassMay 2, 2015 | 7:03For the Eire Og Hurling Club, the sport is a way of life, and in just three years, they helped spark a growing interest. See a demonstration during the Ottawa Fury's game on Saturday May 23.
In Town and OutDr Oz, one of TV's best known doctors, has his reputation on the lineApr 25, 2015 | 8:57He's battling back against those who say he promotes "quack treatments". Emergency room physician Dr.Brett Belchetz gives an expert look on the matter.
In Town and OutAwesome OttawaSep 6, 2014 | 9:40The Awesome Foundation is a global movement of philanthropists who sponsor awesome ideas, one thousand dollars at a time. This weekend, Ottawa is hosting the Global Awesome Summit.
In Town and OutSpring is here and so are food trucks!Apr 18, 2015 | 11:04This year 5 new ones are being launched, including the "Mobile Mayflower" owned by the manager of the now-closed Mayflower Restaurant.
In Town and OutOne of Ottawa's favourite classical music duos is at it againMar 7, 2015 | 13:25Mezzo-soprano Julie Nessrallah and harpist Caroline Léonardelli are headed to Carnegie Hall in New York City! Tomorrow you can catch their performance at Southminster United Church in Ottawa south.
In Town and OutOttawa Senators aim for the playoffsApr 11, 2015 | 8:28The Sens could seal the deal by earning a point against Philadelphia. To set-up today's game, we're joined by Jamie Long, CBC sports writer and broadcaster.
In Town and OutRuss Kelley is back singing his heart outMay 2, 2015 | 18:47The local singer-songwriter lived for performing back in the 70s and 80s, until surgery on his vocal cords cost him his singing voice. Now he's making up for lost time with a new album.