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Jamie Long is a reporter and editor for CBC Ottawa. He is also the social media editor and presenter for CBC Ottawa. You can tweet him @cbcjlong or reach him at email@example.com.
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Gymnastics bodies never told of allegations against Ottawa coach
Neither Gymnastics Canada nor Gymnastics Ontario were made aware of previous allegations against an Ottawa coach now charged with sexual assault and child luring in a separate case, the governing bodies say.
Gymnastics coach accused of sex assault fired from Ottawa job in 2013
A gymnastics coach charged this week with sexually assaulting a teenage girl in Mississauga, Ont., was fired for an inappropriate relationship with a minor in Ottawa nearly five years ago, according to his former employer.
4 years later, Bobby Ryan trade paying off for Senators, Ducks
The summer of 2013 was a franchise changer for the Ottawa Senators, but it would take four years and a surprise run to the Eastern Conference final for most hockey watchers to realize just how transformative it was.
Pesky no more: Senators roster transformed since 2013 run
The Ottawa Senators have a few remaining pieces from the last roster to reach the second round of the NHL playoffs, but for most players it's their furthest foray into the postseason.
Legendary broadcaster Bob Cole still gets butterflies
Bob Cole, the legendary Hockey Night in Canada broadcaster, talks to Stu Mills about his love of the game and how it's still strong at age 82.
Keep Ottawa Senators out of drought talk, fans say
After the Chicago Cubs ended a championship drought that lasted more than a century with their World Series win Wednesday night, we wondered how the Ottawa Senators stacked up when it came to winless streaks.
Why video could be key in probe of Abdirahman Abdi death during police arrest
Video was an essential piece of evidence in a Toronto police officer's recent conviction, and could prove important in other cases involving police — including the recent death of an Ottawa man — because of constitutional restrictions placed on investigators, lawyers say.
Anglican dioceses of Ottawa, Montreal to permit same-sex marriage, bucking Synod vote
The heads of the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa and the Anglican Diocese of Montreal have announced they are ready to perform same-sex marriage, one day after the church's national clergy voted against the same reform.
YMCA daycare workers strike at 3 Ottawa locations
Dozens of childcare workers at two YMCA locations and an east Ottawa public school are officially on strike after going one year without a contract, leaving nearly 350 children without daycare.
Eugene Melnyk says 'nobody safe' after disappointing Senators season
Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk has publicly called out the entire organization after a disappointing season that will likely see the team miss the playoffs.
Eli El-Chantiry won't resign after Ottawa police union demand
The union representing Ottawa police officers is calling on the chair of the city's police board to step down, but Eli El-Chantiry says he has "no intentions" to do so.
Craig Savill, decorated Ottawa curler, fighting cancer during hometown Brier
A decorated curler from Ottawa — who can't take part in the Brier because he's fighting cancer — says support from his fellow curlers has been overwhelming.
Why Senators, fans shouldn't be upset about 'Toronto' mention
A classic case of miscommunication left the Ottawa Senators and some of their fans confused, and a little slighted, after the referee stated a coach's challenge was "initiated by Toronto" during a game against the Carolina Hurricanes.
Ottawa Senators' 2011 draft proves boon for this season's roster
The Ottawa Senators made 10 draft picks in 2011— it's unlikely even management believed seven of those choices would wear a Sens uniform this season.
Ottawa Senators sale a key factor in LeBreton Flats bid
The DCDLS bid to redevelop LeBreton Flats, which opposes Eugene Melnyk and the Ottawa Senators, hinges on the potential sale of the NHL team.