African-Caribbean cultural centre needed in Ottawa, organization says
African Canadian Association Coalition prepares for new cultural focused community centre.
5G explained: Ottawa stands to benefit from new fast wireless technology
As 5G networks are slowly being introduced, Ottawa is one of the few cities trying it out.
The beat goes on: Ottawa’s music community celebrates with local awards
As the final year of Ottawa’s Music Strategy approaches, some aspects have yet to be completed and musicians are looking forward to it’s progress.
Ravens and Huskies claim national titles in first-ever combined U Sports Final 8 tournaments
Both the top-seeded men’s and women’s basketball teams walked away with the 2020 U Sports national title in the programs first-ever combined tournament.
Rise in reported hate crimes prompts Ottawa police to revive specialized unit
The Ottawa Police Service has revamped its hate crimes unit due to a recent increase in hate motivated activity in the past year.
IN THE NEWS: Monday, Jan. 27
Happy Monday, everyone! According to Environment Canada, today will have a high of +2 C with the low tonight hitting -4 C. Here are the headlines for today: Weekend LRT problems carry over After problems on Confederation Line over the weekend, OC Transpo has decided to add additional bus routes…
IN THE NEWS: Monday, Jan. 20
Brace yourselves for a chilly day. According to Environment Canada, temperatures will hit a high of -10°C with winds hitting 21 km/h and tonights low will hit -22°C. Here’s what is happening in Ottawa today: Public elementary schools go on strike All public elementary schools within the Ottawa-Carleton District School…
Critics urge city to speed up plan to eliminate road fatalities
Ottawa City Council will introduce the third and final stage of the Road Safety Action Plan but critics are asking to prioritize focus on zero fatalities.
Soccer fans push for new pro club after Fury FC’s demise
Fans are banding together to bring professional soccer back to Ottawa.
TD Place putting new life into university sports rivalries
Lansdowne Park and TD Place stadium have become a focus for univeritsy football in Ottawa and that’s revived interest in such things as the Panda Game.