More than half of Canadians find sexual misconduct in hockey a major issue: survey
Canadian adults are more likely to agree sexual misconduct in hockey is an issue than those who do not, a survey suggests.
Part-time language professors at University of Ottawa vote to strike if needed
Another group of part-time professors at the University of Ottawa voted to make strike action an option.
Federal government invests extra $1.1 billion into national homelessness strategy
Housing Minister Ahmed Hussen announced the federal government will invest more into its homelessness strategy.
Ontario throne speech addresses stresses in health care, workforce, housing and transit
The Progressive Conservative government announced Ontario’s plans for the next term of government in the throne speech.
IBPOC music professionals need more representation and inclusivity in the industry, panel says
IBPOC music workers gathered at the National Gallery of Canada to recommend improvements for an inclusive live music industry.
Men’s U23 fast pitch nationals begin in Carp on the third swing
The national fast pitch tournament began in Carp after two years of COVID-19 cancellations.
Col. By Day proves to be a time to remember the founding of Ottawa and also those who have been here for millennia
Monday’s Col. By Day was a chance to remember the history of Ottawa and the people who have been here for thousands of years.
Keep online learning an option, Carleton law professor says
A Carleton University professor said online learning can be convenient for students with work or COVID concerns.
Sports scholars call on Canada to fix men’s hockey culture
Sports culture experts from 21 universities wrote an open letter saying sexual violence in hockey is systemic.
Selfies with a mammoth: Ottawa museums test drive augmented reality as a way to grab visitors and viewers
Ottawa museums are looking to augmented and virtual reality to complement their exhibits.
Bytown Museum reopens after two years of adapting online
The Bytown Museum is physically open once again where visitors can learn about Ottawa’s “rambunctious roots”.
Use public facilities to cool down during heat warning, city says
The City of Ottawa is not opening any emergency cooling centres, but people can access public city facilities for relief from the heat warning.