Team Canada scores historic goal soccer but falls to powerful Croatians at World Cup
Canada scored a first goal in a World Cup, but failed to win a critical match against a powerful Croatian team.
Canada set to compete in men’s World Cup as soccer enjoys nationwide growth
Team Canada qualified for their second World Cup, their first in 36 years. Read more to find out how and what it means for Canadian soccer.
On a roll: Atlético Ottawa hosting first home playoff game after incredible journey to postseason
Atletico Ottawa are set to host their first ever CPL playoff game, at 2 p.m. on Oct. 23 at TD Place against Pacific FC.
Inflation drops with rising interest rates, but high prices still prove challenging for many
Inflation continues to affect people and businesses while also examining what inflation is, what caused it, and what solutions are available to lower it back to normal levels.
Harder’s exit means Barrhaven West is wide open to challengers for first time in decades
Click here to meet the candidates of Ward 3 for the upcoming election, to learn a bit about what they want to accomplish and where/when to vote.
Big bats and a better bullpen: Here’s how the Blue Jays earned a playoff berth
Students and teachers hope Carleton’s signature on the Scarborough Charter will improve inclusion on campus
Carleton and Nipissing have joined 40 other colleges and universities across Canada in signing the Scarborough Charter, a document that vows to end rhetoric about combatting racism and promoting action.
NHL’s handling of sexual assault allegations could guide amateur sports in Ottawa
Minor hockey leagues in Ottawa can learn from how the NHL mishandled the Kyle Beach affair and apply the lessons to their own leagues.
Cannabis spending in Canada has soared during the pandemic; some blame the stress
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on many unprecedented challenges to people in Canada and all over the world. These challenges have affected many lifestyle choices including use of cannabis.