Ottawa’s 10-Year Housing and Homelessness goals seem further out of reach than ever
Ottawa’s 10-Year Housing and Homelessness Plan is facing some serious headwinds and is a reminder of the limits of what a municipality can do on its own to deal with a deepening crisis.
Drafted by Ottawa, playing professional women’s hockey a dream come true for Audrey-Anne Veillette
Audrey-Anne Veillette can’t wait to get back on the ice and play for the new PWHL team in Ottawa.
Indigenous sisters hopeful for a better future on National Day of Truth and Reconciliation
Marie and Laura Mapachée, two sisters and Indigenous people of the Abitibiwinni First Nation from the Pikogan reservation in Quebec, drove more than five hours to attend the event.
Ottawa to post drug supply test results, part of education campaign amid worsening overdose numbers
Ottawa Public Health says new drug-testing machines will be installed in consumption and treatment centres — also known as supervised injection sites — and that the agency will post drug test results online, measures meant to help address the rising rates of drug use and overdoses in the city.
As height of ‘pothole season’ nears, drivers dodge craters while city struggles to patch them all
The city faces a never-endingstruggle to keep up with the growing number of potholes wrecking city streets and drivers tires.
High-tech vehicle theft challenges car owners, manufacturers, police
Car theft is soaring, statistics show. Capital Current offers some tips on how to protect your ride.