A 16-year-old teenager from Gatineau suffered injuries following a dangerous car surfing stunt, leading to a strong admonition from local authorities against such reckless behavior.
A significant public movement is underway in Quebec, led by the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), calling for a pause and reevaluation of the proposed Bill 15, which aims to radically transform the province's health care management structure.
Danou Charette, known simply as Danou, is an eco-friendly woodworker and artist that creates furniture and art pieces in his shop in Cantley.
On the afternoon of November 16th, a distressing event unfolded at a homeless encampment near the Robert-Guertin Centre in Gatineau.
Quebec's National Assembly unanimously agreed to convene a special parliamentary committee to improve organ and tissue donation in the province.
The Association of Physically Disabled People of Outaouais, known as L'Amicale, has recently expressed heartfelt gratitude towards the dedicated team behind the successful "Tourtière" project.
The MRC des Collines-de-L'Outaouais and the police fraternity of the MRC have signed a new collective agreement.
The National Capital Commission (NCC) has announced its Sustainable Development Strategy 2023--2027, which aims to make the National Capital Region a model of sustainability, environmental stewardship and social inclusivity.
In a recent turn of events, Quebec has announced plans to nearly double the tuition rates for Canadian students from outside the province attending its English-language universities.
With the effects of global warming accelerating in 2023, the need to keep a close eye on the local environment is more urgently felt.
The Outaouais region is taking a significant leap forward in addressing climate change and promoting sustainable transportation, thanks to a substantial investment from the federal government.
The Hadley-Philemon Wright community in Gatineau is reeling from a recent incident of racist graffiti discovered at the school, sparking concern and action among parents, students, and the local administration.
In response to the latest legislative changes affecting English language education, CÉGEP Heritage College has initiated several adaptations to comply with the new requirements set by the Ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur
Many residents, families, organizations, and associations participated in the Remembrance Day ceremony in Wakefield on November 11 to honor and thank veterans as well as Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members.
Geneviève Guilbault, the Deputy Premier and Minister of Transport and Sustainable Mobility, has announced an open call for eligible organizations to apply for financial assistance through the Véloce III program.
In a significant achievement, the Cégep de l'Outaouais Griffons emerged victorious in the Southwest Conference championship of the Quebec Student Sports Network's Division 2 men's soccer.
The time of year for Christmas markets has begun. The Galerie Old Chelsea Christmas Market will begin on November 9 and continue through the festive season into December.
A tragic incident unfolded in Gatineau's Hull district early Friday morning, when a 70-year-old pedestrian was fatally struck by a vehicle, resulting in charges against a 29-year-old Ontario man.
At approximately 10:30 pm on October 26, MRC-des-Collines police officers responded to an accident involving a single vehicle near 523 Montée des Érables in Cantley.
Local health rights advocacy organization Action Santé Outaouais (ASO) hosted a public event on the impact of income on the right to health at the Maison du citoyen in Gatineau, September 21.
The Outaouais region, a hub of vibrant communities, is set to witness a transformation in its healthcare infrastructure.
The Integrated Health and Social Services Centre (CISSS) of Outaouais has taken a revolutionary stride with the introduction of its Short-Term Psychiatric Intervention Unit, commonly referred to as UIBP in its French acronym.
Celebrating four decades of bringing women together through arts, crafts, wellness and coffee, the Groupe Entre-Femmes de l'Outaouais (GEFO) gathered this summerto celebrate their 40th anniversary and honour the late founder of the women's group...