De-streaming high schools won’t solve deep-rooted divides in education
De-streaming high schools in Ontario is a step in the right direction, but isn’t the solution.
War Museum exhibit pays tribute to famed equestrian artist Alfred Munnings
An exhibition at the Canadian War Museum features the work of the British artist Alfred Munnings, who was an official war artist in the First World War. He was assigned to capture the work of Canadian soldiers and their horses during the conflict.
In Focus: Tour highlights commuter rail’s impact on Hintonburg — past and present
A recent walking tour of the Hintonburg neighbourhood explored the historical impacts of public transit, past and present.
Carleton University holds first in-person Remembrance Day ceremony in three years
Carleton University’s close connection with the Canadian military was back on display as the school marked an in-person Remembrance Day since the start of the pandemic.
Ecology Ottawa’s new leader aims to have immediate impact on city’s new council
Alice Irene Whittaker, Ecology Ottawa’s new executive director, is coming in at a crucial time for the organization.
Lifting of provincial mask mandate sparking controversy in Ontario schools
The Ontario government’s decision to end masking in schools has caused controversy as school board, parents and students wrestle with the implications of the change.