Christmas tree buyers in the Byward Market keep it real
It’s the first day of the season to buy a tree in the Byward Market, and it’s cool enough that chunks of snow and ice still hang off the branches of the Balsam and Fraser fir trees lined up along York Street.
Architecture students hope to bring a “spark of energy” to Château Laurier addition
Third-year architecture students at Carleton University will be sharing their visions for the Château Laurier addition at an exhibition on Dec. 8 and 9.
Ottawa council meets Thursday Dec. 13 to consider private pot shops in the capital
In a new report, city staff recommend that Ottawa council should allow the private sale of recreational marijuana.
Boko Bakery’s closing leaves hole in heart of Elgin Street
Boko Bakery closed on Nov. 25, ending 36 years of unique cookies and leaving the lasting legacy of Yoko Sakiyama and her family.
Allsaints announces a healthy partnership with Mealshare
The Allsaints event space is joining with a charitable organization to provide meals for young people in the 118-year-old former Anglican Church in Sandy Hill.
Fewer cars, more customers: A pedestrian-friendly vision for the Byward Market
What would making the ByWard Market more pedestrian-friendly mean for businesses, and for shoppers who rely on the cars?
Survey finds 86 per cent of college grads employed within six months
College education continues to prove itself as a successful entrance into the work force even in an increasingly competitive job market.
Federal government invests $20M in Ottawa tech company Ranovus
The government of Canada is investing $20 million in the Ottawa-based company, Ranovus.
New Ottawa vegan eatery aims to cut greenhouse gases one meat-free meal at a time
Copper Branch is part of a growing number of plant-based restaurants opening in Ottawa. These businesses are catering to the one-in-10 Canadian diners who consider themselves vegan or vegetarian.