Excited fans lining up for Ottawa Senators tickets after busy, successful offseason
Ottawa Senators fans are buying season ticket packages and looking forward to a competitive team next season.
Two community groups push Ottawa Public Health for mandatory masking and more
Horizon Ottawa and the Disability Justice Network say it’s time to restore mandatory masking and other COVID-19 health measures.
Inside the blue paint: Dave Stathos brings life lessons learned in his hockey career to school for young netminders
After a point where he wouldn’t even watch a hockey game, former pro goalie Dave Stathos now teaches young netminders to take initiative.
No revisions planned for Canadian coat of arms despite calls for changes to reflect diverse nation
Some support revising Canada’s coat of arms to represent Indigenous peoples. Canadian Heritage says there are no plans to do so.
Ontario must figure out its rapid test distribution — and it needs to do it rapidly to help halt COVID’s latest wave
Ontario needs to make its rapid COVID-19 tests more accessible to properly reduce transmission of the virus, says Capital Current writer Jonathan Tovell.
Magic of Lights brightens the community mood with vibrant holiday colours
The sixth season of the Magic of Lights is underway at Wesley Clover Parks where visitors can get into the holiday spirit until Jan. 8, 2022.
Carp River restoration project supports biodiversity, enriches neighbourhood
Kanata continues to grow with new neighbourhoods. The recently restored Carp River Conservation Area helps the developments to continue.
Transportation committee OKs low-speed vehicles on Ottawa streets
The City of Ottawa seeks to allow testing of low-speed vehicles as a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in neighbourhoods.