Open or shut? COVID crisis forces tough choices for Ottawa restaurants
Ottawa restaurants deal with COVID-19 and pressures to close due to pandemic.
Ottawa library hasn’t forgotten those who aren’t near new central branch
The Ottawa Public Library is working hard to make sure people across the city can access services.
Ottawa declares a housing and homelessness emergency
Ottawa city council declared a housing and homelessness emergency on Wednesday. A vote in city council passed unanimously, with all councillors supporting the motion asking for the housing situation in the city to be deemed an emergency. Earlier in the day on Wednesday, people gathered in the cold outside Ottawa City Hall to pressure councillors to support a motion asking…
Ottawa was all decked out in plaid for Tartan Day
This past weekend marked annual Tartan Day which is a North American celebration of Scottish heritage. In Ottawa, the day was marked by a range of festivities on Parliament Hill. On April 7, the Sons of Scotland Pipe Band marched from the Lord Elgin Hotel to the Centennial Flame, where they hosted a celebration of highland music and dancing. There…