Police making progress on better relations with minority communities, says equity council member
With the OPS’ Community Equity Council seeing success in its first year, there is still more work to be done in Ottawa relating to equality, diversity and inclusion.
First season of NAC’s Indigenous Theatre winds down; artists hope for expanding opportunities
With the first season of the NAC’s Indigenous Theatre program winding down, Indigenous artists hope the spotlight remains and representation continues.
Ottawa’s ‘intensification’ plan gets mixed reviews in Hintonburg and Mechanicsville
With the population of Ottawa on the rise, new zoning bylaws are being considered to add more units in Hintonburg and Mechanicsville.
Heron Gate tenants want more say in development of new units
Members of the Heron Gate community are seeking a legally binding community benefits agreement with the new land owners, Timbercreek Asset Management.
25th Hour: Climate Crusaders
Carleton’s 25th Hour examines the many things young people are doing to combat climate change.
Ottawa’s pedestrian safety needs to be more ambitious, say critics
City council recently approved a five-year Road Safety Action Plan. Ottawa pedestrians can look forward to new safeguards.
25th Hour: The Queen of Drag
Balancing work and a social life is hard enough. Add being one of Ottawa’s top drag queens to the mix. Adrianna Exposée is taking over the drag scene one performance at a time. This story was originally published on 25th Hour.
Ottawa couple including food waste concerns on tour of Hintonburg
The creators of the Food waste: how do you tr(eat) your food? tour, Michael Melvill and Sarah Chelchowski, have set out to underline the overwhelming amount of food being tossed in the garbage when it could be composted or redirected to other members of the community.