Chef escapes war in Ukraine, brings expert culinary creations to Ottawa café
Chef Nasser Saleh has brought his talents to Ottawa after fleeing the war in Ukraine.
In focus: Veterans, Canadian Forces personnel march again on Nov. 11 amid loosened COVID rules
Veterans and Canadian Armed Forces members return to the National Remembrance Day ceremony for the 80th anniversary of the Dieppe raid.
IN THE NEWS: Tuesday, Nov. 29
Good morning, Ottawa! Today’s weather began as a mix of sun and clouds early in the morning becoming cloudy into the afternoon and evening. Temperatures will reach a high of 1°C in the daytime and drop to -7°C tonight. First appearance of new chief at police board disrupted CBC reports that a few public delegates disrupted the first appearance of…
See something say something: Akwesasne wellness team uses conference to raise awareness and combat sex trafficking
The Akwesasne Family Wellness Program hosted an anti-trafficking conference to raise awareness about human trafficking.
Rolling up the rim cups poses dilemma for popular Tim Hortons contest in a time of COVID-19
After 35 years of rolling up a paper rim, Tim Hortons has rolled out a digital model for this year’s contest. In light of COVID-19 concerns, the chain has scrapped Roll Up the Rim paper cups and is declining to fill reusable mugs.
Founder of home for survivors explains the reality of human trafficking in Canada
Before Jodi Mosley became co-founder and chair of the Board of A New Day Youth and Adult Services, she worked with high risk youth from transition homes. This is where she first encountered human trafficking.
New Canada-Hong Kong activist organization aims to help local groups make their opinions known
Alliance Canada Hong Kong aims to bring Canada- Hong Kong community groups together to fight for democracy.