Ottawa’s drag queens have kept their art alive during COVID-19
Ottawa’s drag queens have used the pandemic to practice and improve their art form and to test out online performance.
In The News: Wednesday, March 24
Environment Canada is calling for a mix of sun and cloud throughout the day with a 40 per cent chance of showers in the late afternoon and a high of 15°C. Provincial budget will give Ottawa sense of its financial needs Today’s provincial budget will give Ottawa a better sense of how much money council will need to sustain the…
Pandemic puzzler: 2020 was a strange but prosperous year in Ottawa real estate
At the start of the pandemic a year ago, real estate sales were expected to suffer but in fact the Ottawa real estate market has continued to thrive.
Federal leaders mark the bitter anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic
Canadian Prime minister Justin Trudeau marks March 11 as a day to commemorate those who lost their lives and were affected by COVID-19.
Stuck in football purgatory, CFL rookies have adapted to an off-season like no other
When the pandemic wiped out the 2020 CFL season, it left rookies in a tough spot. Since then, they’ve been preparing to return to the field.
Temporary ban on in-person varsity sports recruiting across Canada may be extended soon
USports, the body that oversees varsity sport in Canadian universities is expected to extend its ban on in-person recruitment.