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OOD contributor Justin Hoffman has checked something off his bucket list after documenting some unique antler shedding stories with the help of his trail cameras this past year.
Researchers from Ottawa’s Carleton University are conducting a survey to document if and how the pandemic has altered the behaviour of Ontario anglers.
A coyote suspected of attacking three people in the Riverside South suburb of Ottawa was shot and killed by an Ottawa Police Services officer on June 12.
You don’t have to convince James Mackenzie that white-tailed deer in eastern Ontario are getting wiser.
Dr. Monir Taha, associate medical officer of health at Ottawa Public Health, has confirmed the Ottawa region is considered an “at risk area” for Lyme disease — and has been for the past three years.
A hydroelectric dam may be responsible for the deaths of thousands of fish that washed up on Ottawa River shorelines this summer.
A toxic spill is the most likely cause of death of hundreds of fish found in the Ottawa River earlier this month, local media reported.
Master Promotions Ltd has announced it has purchased the Ottawa Boat Show from Canadian National Sportsmen’s Shows (CNSS).