The 25th Hour: Journey From Waste to Zero-Waste Shopping
How people are living more sustainable Eugenie Waters changed her lifestyle and started Ottawa Reduce, a group that is dedicated to zero-waste shopping and helping others to make the change. Zero-waste shopping sounds ambitious and intimidating, however, Waters shows us that it need not be.
Diversity in hockey starts with youth and has a long way to go
In light of recent news, the state of hockey culture in Canada has been brought into the spotlight. Youth leagues are grappling with the question: is hockey really for everyone?
IN THE NEWS: Tuesday, Nov. 5
Rise and shine Ottawa! Make sure to grab an umbrella this morning because there will be scattered showers today along with wind. Environment Canada is forecasting a high of 8 °C and a low of -2 °C. $1.4M in ‘efficiencies’ found by Public Health Dr. Vera Etches, the city’s medical officer of health, spoke on the Ottawa Public Health’s (OPH)…
IN THE NEWS: Tuesday, Oct. 29
Hello Ottawa! It is going to be a cloudy day with a chance of sun. Later in the week it looks like rain, according to Environment Canada. Temperatures will reach a high of 16 °C and a low of 7 °C. Here are the top stories for today in the capital. Councillors’ call for transit meeting denied Councillors Carol Anne…
Residents worry about future management of Lansdowne by OSEG
A proposal that would see the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG) operate all of Lansdowne Park is raising concerns for local residents. Those concerns were raised at a packed meeting Monday night in the Horticulture Building. In a document released Oct. 25 OSEG requested that the city give it all programming and site operations at Lansdowne. OSEG currently oversees,…
Ottawa Champions have new owners but no league
The Ottawa Champions are in turmoil following yet another disappointing season and mass debt. As another baseball team crumple, the question becomes: can baseball survive in Ottawa?
Ottawa’s LRT stations hold city’s biggest public art project so far
Twenty-four artists contributed 21 works to fill the Confederation Line with unique artworks for the city’s largest investment in public art to date.