3D films are an expensive gimmick for people with two functioning eyes, an exercise in frustration for me
Clunky glasses, pricey tickets, and an impossible to see image, 3D movies are the trend for people with two functioning eyes that just won’t go away.
As icy conditions return, City of Ottawa needs to avoid using too much road salt, environmental advocates say
Environmentalists say the use of road salt needs to be reduced to protect vital infrastructure and waterways from the impact of too much sodium chloride.
Advocates hopeful Ottawa’s new intersection guidelines will improve road experience for all
A report released in early November created a stir among urban planning and cycling enthusiasts, who hope better intersection design will improve road user comfort and safety.
New kilometre-long pathway through LeBreton Flats opens to public
The National Capital Commission has open two walking, biking and skiing trails through LeBreton Flats to the public.
Greyhound Canada shutdown left students scrambling for reading week transportation
Greyhound, the coach bus company, pulled all routes last May because of COVID-19 losses, leaving some travellers, including students, stranded.
Ottawa struggling to cope with increase in homeless population during pandemic, say city officials
Community members and advocates are calling for more resources in the ByWard and Lowertown regions after a rise in homelessness raised concerns about safety.
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COVID-19 has been punishing for health workers, but the stress was there long before the pandemic
Healthcare workers say stress was already a big issue before the pandemic, but COVID-19 working conditions have made it worse
Despite heavy COVID-19 losses, movie theatre operators remain hopeful
Despite several months of on-and-off closures and steep drops in revenue because of the COVID-19 pandemic, movie theatre operators are optimistic that a pandemic bounce-back could be around the corner.
Ottawa organizations keeping hard-to-recycle items out of landfills
Local organization Earthub is helping Ottawans find new homes for hard-to-recycle items that would otherwise end up in the trash.
Faces of change: Sahada Alolo is building bridges to tackle systemic racism in Ottawa Police
As co-chair of the Community Equity Council, Sahada Alolo is working to close the gap between marginalized communities and Ottawa police.
Proposed LRT extension could displace low-income Nepean residents
As the city discusses plans for Stage 3 LRT extensions, residents of a Nepean apartment building are concerned about the possibility of evication.