Ottawa post-secondary schools preparing free speech policies as provincial deadline nears
Ottawa’s post-secondary schools are working to implement provincially mandated free speech policies for the start of the new year.
Supreme Court rules against Vice Media in press freedom case
The RCMP ruled against news organization Vice Media in a case advocates saw as essential for freedom of the press in Canada.
Hate crimes spiked in 2017, Statistics Canada says
The number of police-reported hate crimes in Canada in 2017 is the highest since Statistics Canada started tracking the data in 2009.
Moses Bilsky: The story of Ottawa’s first Jewish settler
The fascinating story of Moses Bilsky who was the first recorded Jewish settler to touch down in Ottawa.
Students in limbo after uOttawa announces plans to end student union contract
In an unprecedented move, the University of Ottawa has decided to terminate the student federation without student consultation. The future of clubs, services, and student-run businesses remains up in the air.