Altered state: Places of worship cope with reopening during COVID-19
VAUGHAN, Ont. — As Ontario allows places of worship to reopen at 30-per-cent capacity across the province Friday, religious communities in the Greater Toronto Area are coping with the challenging and changing realities posed by COVID-19. Premier Doug Ford has outlined plans to permit social gatherings of up to 10…
Diversity in hockey starts with youth and has a long way to go
In light of recent news, the state of hockey culture in Canada has been brought into the spotlight. Youth leagues are grappling with the question: is hockey really for everyone?
Skeptical Ottawa commuters want better answers and better transit from the city
The proposed 2020 budget for the city of Ottawa makes transit its priority as the system struggles. Commuters want to know how the money will be spent to better an unreliable operation.
Ottawa Champions have new owners but no league
The Ottawa Champions are in turmoil following yet another disappointing season and mass debt. As another baseball team crumple, the question becomes: can baseball survive in Ottawa?
Ottawa’s LRT stations hold city’s biggest public art project so far
Twenty-four artists contributed 21 works to fill the Confederation Line with unique artworks for the city’s largest investment in public art to date.