The burnout graduating post-secondary students are feeling has a name: Senioritis
The pressures put on graduating post-secondary students is so prevalent that it now has a syndrome called senioritis.
Ottawa restaurants divided on continuing vaccine passport requirement
With vaccine passports now optional, Ottawa restaurants debate whether to keep or ditch vaccine restrictions.
Time to go home, Ottawa mayor tells Freedom Convoy protesters
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson said it is time for the Freedom Convoy protesters to pack up their trucks and head home.
Cannabis consequences: Working out with weed brings fitness benefits, advocates say
Bryanna Arnold puts on her running pants and slips into well-worn shoes for a run along the Rideau Canal, where the trees are blossoming. After tying her laces, she grinds some cannabis, packs the bowl of her crystal pipe and lights up to get in the zone. As the effects of the weed set in and Arnold takes off, she…
Ottawa food stores balance low-waste mission with customer safety during COVID-19
Low waste grocery stores change protocols to try to produce less waste through single use plastic while containers are banned from some stores due to COVID-19.
Ottawa’s hard-hit tourism sector faces an uncertain future amid pandemic
Tourism spending in Canada is down, leaving Ottawa’s tourism industry in crisis. The city is positioned to lose $1.4 billion in tourism spending in 2020.
Officials hopeful they can keep Ottawa homeless shelters safe from COVID-19
While Ottawa’s homeless community has seen few cases of COVID-19, the virus has disrupted routines and services necessary for continued physical and mental health.