Charitable challenges: COVID-19 hurting the homeless, the hungry and others in need in Ottawa
Three charitable organizations describe the problems they face helping the homeless, the hungry and people in need during the COVID-19 pandemic
Acquittal of Ottawa police officer in death of Abdirahman Abdi draws reaction from across Canada
The acquittal of Ottawa Police Const. Daniel Montsion of three charges from the death of Abdirahman Abdi four years ago is drawing reaction from across the country. Montsion was found not guilty of manslaughter, aggravated assault and assault with a weapon in by Ontario Court Justice Robert Kelly, who said he was not convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that Montsion…
In The News: Friday, Oct. 16
The forecast today is for a high of 10ºC and a low of 6ºC. Environment Canada says there is a chance of showers throughout the day. Minor hockey leagues put on ice for 28 days The Nepean Minor Hockey Association has postponed leagues in Ottawa as a result of modified Stage 2 restrictions. Teams have been allowed to practice only…
Podcast: ASMR: Tingles in Your Brain
Have you ever wondered about Autonomous sensory meridian response or ASMR? Tingles in Your Brain investigates the hype, and the science of this growing online sensory trend.
Canal-area businesses wait for answers about expropriation for bridge project
A number of small businesses are being expropriated for future bridge construction in Ottawa. There has been little communication between the businesses, the city and the Ontario Ministry of Transportation making it very difficult for the businesses to plan for their futures.
Rolling on: Future of skateboarding is building in a Vanier parking lot
Learn to Skate in Vanier is a program to teach kids the fundamentals for skateboarding in a parking lot in Vanier.