Canada should deter speculation by foreign-owned giants, reap grassroots growth through cannabis review
Three years after its legalization, Canada’s cannabis industry is being reviewed. The government should use this opportunity to encourage local growth.
No revisions planned for Canadian coat of arms despite calls for changes to reflect diverse nation
Some support revising Canada’s coat of arms to represent Indigenous peoples. Canadian Heritage says there are no plans to do so.
Rising gas prices, uncertain future for fossil fuels driving Canada’s trucking industry to electric alternatives
As fuel prices rise, Canada’s trucking industry is moving to electric vehicles to save costs.
As Canada’s coat of arms turns 100, Nunavut MP urges redesign to include Indigenous Peoples, Arctic Ocean
As Canada’s coat of arms turns 100, some say it’s worth revising to be more inclusive of Indigenous peoples..
OC Transpo users get free ride in December, frozen fares until LRT returns to full service
OC Transpo fares will hold steady until the LRT is back in full service. The break also includes free rides in December.
Ottawa police boardroom, city park renamed to honour ground-breaking Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook
A boardroom at Ottawa Police headquarters and a park in the Sandy Hill neighbourhood have been renamed to honour the legacy and life of Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook.
Ottawa artists express relief as in-person art show returns amid pandemic
Artists showcase their work in person for the first time since before COVID-19. This follows online selling and coping with concerns during the pandemic.