Tiny house, big benefits: Living with less can make you happier, research shows
Living tiny is proving to have big benefits. People are choosing the tiny house lifestyle to downsize the space they live in, simplify their life, and live efficiently with less – and it’s having a big impact on homeowner happiness.
Businesses, customers lament as pandemic scuttles Ottawa Christmas Market
The Ottawa Christmas Market is cancelled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The cancellation of this event may impact more than just he holiday spirit in Ottawa, including small business owners who rely on Christmas Markets to sell their products.
Etches says she sees ‘the light at the end of the tunnel’ as COVID cases in Ottawa drop
Ottawa’s COVID-19 case count is declining but that’s no reason to let up on protocols, Dr. Vera Etches says.
Carleton’s sidelined soccer players frustrated by scuttled season, COVID-19’s physical, mental impact
Carleton University men and women’s varsity soccer team has been significantly impacted throughout the season due to the pandemic – and the mental health of some of their players has also taken a toll.
Ottawa golf courses ace the pandemic summer with record high numbers
It’s been one of the few industries in any sector that seems to have benefitted from the COVID-19 pandemic. As the 2020 golf season winds down, a look at how this outdoor activity — relatively easy to keep compliant with public health guidelines — became the go-to recreational outlet for many people.
Perfect weather driving massive crowds to apple orchards, forcing managers to tighten COVID rules
Apple picking season has successfully kicked off, but massive crowds and lack of masks pose problems.
Planking the COVID-19 curve with online yoga classes
Innergy Corporate Yoga is using the online conferencing platform Zoom to stream live classes to clients.
They came, they SAW and they are conquering: Gallery renovations have changed artist-run organization
Ottawa’s SAW Gallery and Club SAW underwent a major renovation and expansion and are experiencing the benefits in programming, audience and artist development.
Battle of the fans: The faces in the crowd at the 14th Capital Hoops tournament
Fans from Carleton and the University of Ottawa packed into TD Place this past Friday night to support their basketball teams as they faced off for the 14th annual Capital Hoops classic. The fans were treated to two nail biting games that saw the uOttawa’s men and women pull out narrow victories of 68-67 and 77-75 respectively. This was the…