‘It’s about time’: Black Canadians cheer rise of Kamala Harris to U.S. vice-presidency
Black Canadians are applauding the victory of Kamala Harris as the first Black, South Asian woman to be the U.S. vice-president.
Ottawa museums commemorate Remembrance Day virtually
Museums in Ottawa find ways to virtually honour Remembrance day this year.
Hunt Club community presses Ottawa library board for a branch to end ‘systemic discrimination’
The Hunt Club Community Association’s frustration surmounts as OPL board insists they are trying to provide them with equitable library service.
Survivor organizes fundraiser to beat back leukemia with laughter
Lymphoma is nothing to laugh about, but cancer survivor Darren Bessette decided laughter was the perfect way to start a conversation about blood cancer.
Children with autism get ‘quieter’ moment with Santa
QuickStart Autism, a charity in Ottawa, is helping malls host Sensory Santa’s which are designated quiet times for children with autism.
Campus radio feels the pinch of student choices
Due to recent cuts made by Premier Doug Ford, Ontario campus and community radio stations, like Carleton’s CKCU FM, are facing financial instability and are relying on donations to continue broadcasting.