Trials show video games have potential to ease Canada’s paediatric mental health-care crisis
As children’s mental healthcare becomes harder to access in Canada, video games could be the solution to getting treatment to kids who need it.
City planning new library for Ottawa’s rural east end
A new library might be coming to Orléans to serve the city’s rural east-end residents.
Beechwood’s National Day of Tribute prepares National Military Cemetery for Remembrance Day
Volunteers gathered at the Beechwood Cemetery Friday morning to help landscape the cemetery ahead of Remembrance Day.
More migrating birds stuck to cities during lockdowns, study finds
A new study has found that lockdowns resulted in a greater number of bird sightings near urban dwellings in Canada and the U.S.
Ottawa artist’s portraits reveal personal stories of Second World War
Ottawa’s own Elaine Goble was present at the opening of her newest exhibition, “Homage,” which features portraits of Second World War veterans and survivors. The collection is on display at the Canadian War Museum.
Vanished Sappers’ crossing is Ottawa’s forgotten arch of conciliation
Though most of us may not have seen the Sappers’ Bridge in all its glory, it played an important role in Ottawa’s social history.
Hudson Bay lowlands a climate change ‘conservation hotspot,’ study finds
A new study found the Hudson Bay lowlands may be one of Canada’s most important climate change-fighting ecosystems.
City’s Paint It Up! program embarks on a ‘totally COVID’ year
Paint It Up! Ottawa is gearing up for its first full-year venture amid COVID-19.
Ontario’s film and television professionals optimistic and working despite COVID-19
While many businesses are struggling with the financial impacts of COVID-19, film and television professionals are optimistic the industry’s decade of solid growth will sustain it.