Monday, December 10, 2018
Accused killer appears in court after surrendering to police

Steven Frenette, the man accused of killing 32-year-old Lee John Joseph Germain at a home in Centretown on Dec. 10, appeared in court on Dec. 17 after surrendering to police a day earlier. 

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McKenney seeking community input after Central Library location decision

The proposed site of Ottawa’s new $168-million Central Library — identified Dec. 15 by the library board as a city-owned property at the northeast corner of Albert and Booth streets — has prompted criticism and questions from community advocates, including Somerset Coun. Catherine McKenney, who had pushed for a downtown-core location east of Bronson Avenue and west of the Rideau Canal.

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‘Armed and dangerous’ suspect sought in Centretown homicide
‘Armed and dangerous’ suspect sought in Centretown homicide

Ottawa Police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for first-degree murder for 33-year-old Steven Frenette, the man suspected in a shooting death that took place Saturday afternoon in Centretown.

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Teen dead in Ottawa's 20th homicide of 2016
Teen dead in Ottawa's 20th homicide of 2016

A 17-year-old boy was killed Tuesday night during a shooting in Hintonburg.

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Terror suspect charged after allegedly threatening to bomb police station

Tevis Gonyou-McLean, arrested by police on suspicion of terrorism-related activites, has been charged after allegedly threatening to bomb the police headquarters on Elgin Street.

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