Gatineau

20 Apr 19
Ottawa Citizen

This year’s spring flood has claimed a life in Quyon, Quebec where a road was washed away early Saturday by an overflowing culvert. A motorist — an elderly female driver who has yet to be identified by police — plunged into a creek swollen with meltwater and rain that feeds into the Ottawa River. The […]

20 Apr 19
Ottawa Citizen

One person was killed early Saturday morning when their vehicle was swept off the road in Pontiac when a culvert washed out the road. Pontiac Mayor Joanne Labadie said area residents were shaken by the death, which happened around 3 a.m. The motorist — an elderly female driver who has yet to be identified by […]

20 Apr 19
Montreal Gazette

The accident happened in Pontiac, roughly 40 kilometres west of Ottawa, where the road had been washed out.

20 Apr 19
Viral Topic Zone

The rainfall warning for Montreal was lifted Saturday, but authorities remain on alert for flooding across southern Quebec. Several streets in Gatineau are underwater, with water levels on the Ottawa River still rising. Four of five measurement stations along the river between Masson-Angers, Que., about 30 kilometres east of Ottawa, and Aylmer, Que., just west of […]

20 Apr 19
Ottawa Citizen

Saturday, April 20: Readers are not unanimous in their views of what constitutes a climate change ’emergency.’ You can write to us on this or other topics, at: letters@ottawacitizen.com

20 Apr 19
Job Search Engine And Aggregation

We are working with a client in Gatineau who is looking for Bilingual Administrative Support to departmental Managers, and to assist in coordinating all aspects of daily operations.  DUTIES Assist in troubleshooting and resolving safety, service and operational issues Creates, distributes and closes-out customer tickets on a daily basis Completes and maintains a variety of […]

01 Apr 19
Zone4 Blog

Leader/Pioneer/Shark Location: Eastern Canada Zone4 is looking for one outstanding candidate to spearhead expansion in the flourishing event timing services market in eastern North America. The successful candidate will be employee #1 of the Zone4 East office! Our advice to you: don’t ignore this opportunity, it is awesome, and so are we. Your roles and responsibilities […]

19 Apr 19
Job Search Engine And Aggregation

We are working with a client in Gatineau who is looking for Bilingual Administrative Support to departmental Managers, and to assist in coordinating all aspects of daily operations.  DUTIES Assist in troubleshooting and resolving safety, service and operational issues Creates, distributes and closes-out customer tickets on a daily basis Completes and maintains a variety of […]

20 Apr 19
Ottawa Citizen

From her bedroom window, Gatineau’s Sylvie Goneau watched with a familiar sense of foreboding Friday as the swollen Ottawa River massed for a land invasion. “It’s grey, cold and scary,” she said of the scene. Goneau lost her family home on Hurtubise Boulevard during the 2017 spring flood; her rebuilt home, although closer to the […]

19 Apr 19
Viral Topic Zone

Ottawa has committed to help Quebec face impending floods after the province asked for the support of the Canadian Armed Forces. “We are seeking the assistance of Canadian Armed Forces to support emergency response efforts in all affected regions,” Quebec Public Security Minister Geneviève Guilbault said at 2 p.m. Friday. Rainfall in some parts of southern Quebec could total 80 millimetres by Saturday, and […]

19 Apr 19
Ottawa Sun

When Ottawa 67’s star Tye Felhaber’s good friend Claude Giroux came to check out the action Thursday, he liked what he saw and heard. “He said it was nice to be back in a junior environment and he really likes our fans, how the turnout was and how loud they were,” Felhaber said of Giroux, […]

20 Apr 19
Ottawa Citizen

Flood fears continued to rise Saturday along the Ottawa and Rideau Rivers as a sustained rain soaked the National Capital Region overnight. For the second time in three years, homeowners were filling sandbags, building makeshift walls and preparing for water to spill over the area’s river banks. The cities of Ottawa and Gatineau both issued […]

19 Apr 19
Ottawa Citizen

There’s going to be rain today – and lots of it. Environment Canada has issued an official rainfall warning for the Ottawa area. Precipitation will continue through the night and into Saturday, bringing somewhere in the vicinity of 30-50 mm. Rain will be heavy at times and may cause localized flooding. The ground, still partially […]

19 Apr 19
Ottawa Sun

GAS PRICE CURIOSITIES The Federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act enacted on April 1, 2019, is having an interesting impact on gas prices. The price of a litre of gas prior to April 1 was about $1.08. Curiously, on March 31 the price started to creep to $1.12 a litre, settling in at $1.17 on […]

19 Apr 19
Ottawa Citizen

Justin St. Amour’s death at the Ottawa jail in November 2016 was a suicide and not a homicide, jurors at his coroner’s inquest ruled Thursday. The suicide finding means the jury didn’t accept the argument made by a lawyer for St. Amour’s family that jail guards could have and should have prevented the troubled, 31-year-old […]