The landmark had been off limits until Friday night since the fatal shooting of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at the National War Memorial.
There will be a co-ordinated rendition of "O Canada" between the Senators' arena, the Bell Centre in Montreal and Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
The landmark had been off limits until Friday night since the fatal shooting of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at the National War Memorial. Video
This week, the bureau discusses the shooting in Ottawa and its aftermath.
On Oct. 27, voters will be able to demonstrate their civic enthusiasm as they watch the results at various locations across the city.
We may know where Olivia Chow, John Tory and Doug Ford stand on election issues, but what about their personal lives?
A mosque in Cold Lake had its windows broken and "Go home" painted across the front wall. Video
The gunman who killed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was asked to leave a B.C. mosque because of his "extremist" views. Video
It happened early Saturday morning at Gerrard and Carlaw.
Toronto’s mayoral race will undoubtedly go down as the most memorable municipal election in Canadian history.
CityNews reporter Avery Haines sat down with the top three candidates for candid interviews.
A crowdfunding campaign to help the families of the fallen Canadian soldiers has so far raised $251,000. Video
Nina Pham walked out of hospital on her own Friday.
There are 72 school boards with 676 candidates vying to be a school trustee on Oct. 27.
Ford said it was unable to reach a deal with the federal and Ontario governments. (2)
Hockey Night in Canada will take on extra significance Saturday night, as Canada’s three Eastern Conference teams host their first home games since Wednesday’s attack in Ottawa.
She says an arbitrator's reports has revealed $3,000 in improper spending versus the nearly $200,000 cited in a forensic audit. (3)
They're concerned about an aging portable at Secord Elementary School, near Main Street and Danforth Avenue. (3)
The funeral for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo will be held in Hamilton on Tuesday. Video
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"the shooting in Moncton was just as tragic (and maybe you didn't get the news over there) but we certainly heard it all over our televisions and internet feeds and we grieve for the R.C.M.P. officers who died in the line of duty just as we did for the 2 soldiers that were killed in recent days in Ottawa and Quebec. There is a little bit of a difference between the three incidents, the Moncton shooting was as you say a homegrown white boy and frankly this could happen anywhere in any city at any time. The random attacks on the 2 soldiers in my opinion has had a different reaction because Canada has recently said we will step in to aid in the fight on ISIS and they had warned that anyone interfering would themselves become a target, Canadians have a sense that we are loved around the world and are seen as a peaceful nation, and while that may have been true at one time, it is certainly not the case in recent years. It affected us in a different way because I think it opened a lot of eyes to that fact and shook a lot of peoples sense of security. It made national/global news because it is unprecedented, let's face it they usually target the big boys, this time they took a shot at little brother and it made the news. I don't think Harper is using this as a reason to increase military deployment, he had already agreed to step in. I just don't think he took the threats as seriously as he should have." Jim Crouchman commented in Comedian Russell Brand slams Harper for reaction to Ottawa shooting
"Gee, and here I thought Russell Brand had already OD'd and died. This man is a left wing extremist from Britain who seems to think it's his calling in life to criticise anything with conservative values or goes against his drug addled worldview. Harper is calling the act for what it is, a product of radical Islam and an act of terror. Also notice how Brand throws the race card down in his diatribe. That is usually reserved by the left to try to stifle any critical response to their drivel. You may not like Harper but he's the best thing to happen to Canada in both a business and policy sense in quite some time." scr_north commented in Comedian Russell Brand slams Harper for reaction to Ottawa shooting