COVID has reminded me that ringette — so much more than a hockey lookalike — is my passion and my family
Christianna Alexiou has been playing ringette for 14 years and shares what this Canadian sport means to her.
Soaring with Santa: You can take a ride over Ottawa with the jolly old elf
Ottawa Aviation Adventures is running “Flights with Santa” until Dec. 26 to raise money for the Ottawa Food Bank.
Kanata martial arts academy fights violence against women by promoting self-defence skills
One in three women have been abused in their lifetime, according to the UN. This number typically increases in times of crisis, including the COVID-19 pandemic.
Movember Canada supports men’s health virtually for second year of pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that men’s health and men’s mental health is still in a crisis, sources say.
Flight prices skyrocket as university students book holiday tickets — or not
Some students are noticing that flight prices are increasing dramatically over the holidays.
Hundreds commemorated lives lost at Indian residential schools on National Day
Though hundreds attended the Remember Me event on Sept. 30, a deafening silence filled Ottawa’s downtown core.
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Centre tries to fill gap in Indigenous language programs in Ottawa
Implementing Indigenous language programs in schools would help with many things, including reconciliation and the preservation of culture.
Cooking for a Cause Ottawa shows what the power of good food can achieve
A food security initiative that was started due to COVID-19, hopes to continue operations into 2021.
15,000 City of Ottawa employees getting a lesson in Indigenous history and culture
This launch is an impactful step, for learning how to build better relationships, according to the City’s diversity and inclusion specialist.
Faces of change: Heidi Langille is creating allies by celebrating Inuit culture
According to Heidi Langille, an urban Inuk and dedicated mother, one of the best ways to create allies is through the celebration of culture.