The National Capital Commission will continue closing part of Queen Elizabeth Driveway until May 10th. The goal is to allow people who live in dense urban neighbourhoods to get outside and stay a safe distance from each other. Will the City of Ottawa follow suit?
While isolation, unemployment, and uncertainty have become a mainstay in the headlines, some good is coming out of this difficult time. Ottawa residents are coming together on social media to offer their help for those in need.
The quick shift to online learning has been part of the radical changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Carleton’s Educational Development Centre, approximately 30,000 students, instructors and staff have to adapt.
In the second episode of the COVID Diaries, third year journalism students talk about the risks taken by family members in essential services, an athlete having to give up an Olympic dream, and how to keep up family traditions under COVID.
The Green Wave follows three individuals who have drastically restructured the way they live to try to combat climate change. They use their money, influence and votes to positively impact the environment. We investigate how this global green wave of eco-consciousness influenced the way Canadians took to the polls this…
A detailed description of the Ottawa Public Library-Library and Archives Canada joint facility that is projected to open to the public in 2024. This month concludes the pre-design and development stages of the initiative that has been ongoing throughout the duration of 2019.