Ottawa Public Health calling for stricter regulations on cannabis edibles to protect children
Ottawa’s Medical Officer of Health has concerns that Health Canada’s proposed edible cannabis regulations aren’t enough to protect children.
Gift from the heart: Maximizing the blood supply in Ottawa
Rain or shine, there are different challenges to maintaining a national blood supply throughout the year. Organizations like Canadian Blood Services and blood distribution organizations are central to ensuring its availability to those in need.
At a loss for words: Digital content strains weighing on libraries
Libraries across Canada are struggling to keep up with steep prices of digital content set by multinational publishers. As a result, authors and patrons are impacted.
Teeming with teens: Ottawa parents petition for new high school in Riverside South
The community of Riverside South is advocating for a new high school in the area, as a lack of school space is forcing students into long commutes.
Price of pot spiking after legalization: Statistics Canada
Statistics Canada used an app to determine the price of pot following legalization.
Women accused of committing quarter of crimes in Canada, Statistics Canada reports
Statistics Canada report reveals information about crimes committed by women.
Rowan’s Law to make sports safer for Ottawa youth
This story first appeared in Centretown News on March 27, 2018 For Vivian Achor, captain of the Immaculata High School girls’ rugby team, Ontario’s new concussion law means coaches will have to put the health of their players ahead of their competitive instincts. “A lot of the time the coaches don’t really diagnose them, in some cases they tell you…