How safe is the Ottawa River from nuclear waste?
Concerns about water quality and safety remain amid the decommissioning of the Chalk River Nuclear site and the building of a proposed new nuclear waste storage facility.
Flying home: The passion of racing pigeons
Racing pigeons is a passion for Louis Santoro.
Iranian DJ ditches Ottawa for fresh tracks in Tehran
Iranian DJ Golbon Moltaji has left Ottawa seeking greener pastures back home.
False alarm of “active attacker” continued to alert Carleton students, staff overnight
Carleton University still scrambling to correct communications error after false alarm of active attacker sent out to students and staff.
Lyme-related trial delay puts diagnosis discrepancies under the microscope
No Lyme or reason: The first Lyme-related legal suit of its kind has been delayed indefinitely by an Ontario court.
Ottawa’s Housing First strategy not working for homeless Indigenous people
The City of Ottawa’s first Point in Time homeless count makes it clear more Indigenous housing and services are needed.
Ottawa votes 2018: Seven notable results
Here are seven fascinating facts about Monday’s municipal elections in Ottawa.
Early voter turnout for 2018 Ottawa election hits new high
Ottawa voter turnout at early polls hits a new high in the 2018 municipal vote, a Capital Current analysis of Elections Ottawa data shows.
Thousands of voters cast early ballots in 2018 Ottawa election
There was a higher voter turnout in the 2018 special advance vote than the first time it ran in 2014.
Orléans voters struggle with record 17 candidates for council
With the retirement of longtime councillor Bob Monette, 17 candidates are running in Orléans ward.