In Town and OutEye for Love Bus TourApr 19, 2014 | 7:29An Ottawa theatre company is hitting the road on a Greyhound to find love stories to workshop into a play. A Moon Dog Theatre benefit concert is this evening at Pour Boy, 495 Somerset St. W.
In Town and OutCylie Chocolatier in OttawaApr 19, 2014 | 9:42Student and her French patisserie instructor fell in love over melting chocolate. Now the chocolate artists have adorable chocolate chickens in time for Easter in their shop.
In Town and OutRetail futurist Doug StephensApr 19, 2014 | 9:56This week, Google Glass became available for the first time, only for one day, only in the States and only to those who can afford the hefty price.
Morning NorthStage Production of Legally Blonde at Sudbury SecondaryApr 17, 2014 | 7:34Musical comedy returns to the stage of Sudbury Secondary School with a production of Legally Blonde. We had the director Line Roberge, stage manager Morgan Cook and Ben Mackenzie who plays the role of Emmett visit our studio to tell us more.
Ottawa MorningHallie in the Hood - Orleans' French community.Apr 17, 2014 | 6:53The number of French-speaking residents has dropped to just about 30%. But there's still a proud Francophone community living here.
Ottawa MorningHallie in the Hood - Where the 174 and 417 meetApr 17, 2014 | 9:07What can be done to prevent trouble at the split?Ottawa Morning asks city councillors about a push to bring jobs east and ease congestion.
Superior MorningOutdoor Column - Fishing ManualApr 17, 2014 | 9:27The persistent cold this spring is making many of the people who love to fish in the northwest a little bit crazy.
However, this also affords the angler some time to organize the boat and tackle a bit, or perhaps, read a book.
To help the fishing cra
Morning NorthHealth issues continue for Elliot Lake uranium minersApr 17, 2014 | 4:55Even though the uranium mines in Elliot Lake have been closed for many years now, some say former workers are still coming forward with health concerns. The director of the provincial office of the worker advisor spoke about it with the CBC's Megan Thomas.