Ottawa working towards guidelines to keep birds from colliding with glass buildings
A small collection of curious people gather before a vast display of meticulously placed bird corpses at Ottawa’s City Hall on March 20. These birds represent only a fraction of the hundreds of thousands that accidentally kill themselves each year.
How safe is the Ottawa River from nuclear waste?
Concerns about water quality and safety remain amid the decommissioning of the Chalk River Nuclear site and the building of a proposed new nuclear waste storage facility.
Ottawa transit users concerned about reliability of OC Transpo’s new travel app
A new app has been launched by OC Transpo to indicate travel routes with the new LRT line, but it is being met with skepticism by transit users.
Fridays for their future: Ottawa sisters call for federal climate action
Two Ottawa sisters are making their voices known by protesting against the lack of environmental action by the federal government.
Ottawa’s first winter cycling map shows many bike lanes face difficult conditions
Ottawa’s winter cycling community says Bike Ottawa’s new interactive map highlights gaps in the City’s winter bike path maintenance.
Carleton University to hire 10 new Indigenous faculty members
Carleton University plans to hire 10 new Indigenous instructors over the next two years, to strengthen its relationship with First Nations, Metis, and Inuit communities.