Meet Dr. Barbara Vanderhyden Ottawa’s ovarian cancer crusader
Dr. Barbara Vanderhyden is working hard to stop ovarian cancer from appearing in the first place.
Pumped up: Ottawa drivers offer mixed reactions to Day One of federal carbon tax
We test the reactions of drivers to the new carbon levy.
Building bridges: Indigenous traditions revived through maple syrup production
Indigenous peoples are reconnecting to the traditions of maple syrup production and collaborating with other producers.
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.
From Apples to Alcohol, the story of Ottawa’s first hard cider
Three years ago Pete Rainville left his job as an executive and did what most people only dream of – he turned his hobby into a successful business and created Ottawa’s first homegrown hard cider. Our team went behind the scenes with him to see exactly how this locally produced hard cider is made, from apples to alcohol. This story…