Ottawa toy stores offer surprising best-sellers this holiday season
Ho, ho, ho! Getting ready for holiday shopping? Check out the latest surprising toy trends in Ottawa.
IN THE NEWS: Wednesday, Nov 13
Happy Wednesday! Bundle up and take a look at today’s top stories.
IN THE NEWS: Friday, Nov 8
Start your morning with a glimpse at Ottawa’s top stories for Friday, Nov 8.
Five things to know about the ‘level zero’ crisis facing Ottawa paramedics
The off-load delay times for the Ottawa Hospitals have reached an all-time high. Here is what you need to know about off-load delay times and the “level zero” crisis.
Ottawa’s tree canopy must be larger to achieve real benefit, say environmentalists
Although 30 per cent tree canopy cover is the ideal amount for Canadian cities, environmentalists say more is needed to have substantial change.
‘The voices of young people need to be heard,” says 18 year old running in Carleton riding
Starting the first year of university is one thing, but these young students hope to tackle more: the federal election.
30,000 expats expected to register for federal election
Time is ticking for the deadline for expats to apply to vote by mail! Will voter turnout be on the rise this year?
Scrappy meal: Notorious Rideau Street McDonald’s ends 24-hour opening
The McDonald’s restaurant in the ByWard Market is notorious as the home for fights, disorderly functions, and bizarre incidents.
You go, I go, we all go: Toilet talk with Lezlie Lowe
there are many factors that decide whether one has equal access to public bathrooms including gender, ethnicity, mobility, health, socio-economic status and appearance.
Ready, set, bake
Work days starting at 6:00 a.m., the sharp smell of freshly ground beans, and the indisputable scent of bread: this is Stephen Watt’s usual morning at Morning Owl Coffeehouse + Parlour.