Putting a new spin on it: Finding by astrophysicists shows there is more than one way to orbit a star
The strange rotation of two planets around a distant star is raising questions about whether our planetary system is the norm in the universe.
Autism diagnoses — and my brilliant brother’s story — teach us about racial bias in health care
Though he showed many of the early signs of autism, my brother was not diagnosed until he was 13 — far beyond the typical detection age of four years old. This may be because he was a young boy of colour.
Kanata martial arts academy fights violence against women by promoting self-defence skills
One in three women have been abused in their lifetime, according to the UN. This number typically increases in times of crisis, including the COVID-19 pandemic.
Flight prices skyrocket as university students book holiday tickets — or not
Some students are noticing that flight prices are increasing dramatically over the holidays.
IN THE NEWS: Tuesday, Nov. 9
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City hall exhibit showcases Muslim culture as Ottawa declares Islamic Heritage Month
Mayor Jim Watson has proclaimed October 2021 as Islamic Heritage Month in the City of Ottawa.
Hundreds commemorated lives lost at Indian residential schools on National Day
Though hundreds attended the Remember Me event on Sept. 30, a deafening silence filled Ottawa’s downtown core.
City of Ottawa’s new recycling regime will shift responsibility to producers to re-use, divert waste
Manufacturers and independent producers will soon be responsible for collecting and recycling blue bin items.
Reports show immigrants more likely to suffer from anxiety during COVID-19
Studies are showing that new Canadians are facing more mental health concerns than others during the pandemic.
Cumberland’s Franco-Ontarians worried merger with Osgoode ward would hurt their culture and language
The City is examining six proposals for ward boundary reviews, all of which will impact Cumberland’s Francophone community.
Faces of Change: Abdirizak Karod works to unite Black people in Ottawa
Abdirizak Karod is a mentor and community leader, who has continued to support the Somali community in the face of budget cuts.
Cumberland byelection candidates adapt to campaigning during COVID
Cumberland Ward 19 candidates follow the Ottawa Public Health guidelines on the campaign trail.