At a loss for words: Digital content strains weighing on libraries
Libraries across Canada are struggling to keep up with steep prices of digital content set by multinational publishers. As a result, authors and patrons are impacted.
Chainsaws and cheer: A day with an outdoor wood carver at Winterlude
Josh Dagg turns a wooden log into a work of art, in front of audiences in Jacques Cartier Park in Gatineau.
Closure of Parliament’s Centre Block changing tourism in Ottawa
With the Centre Block of Parliament being closed for the next decade, Ottawa’s tourism industry is changing the way people visit Parliament and Ottawa.
An Amber Alert for dementia sufferers needed, say caregivers
Six in 10 people diagnosed with Dementia will wander at least once.
Get ready for a long goodbye to Ottawa’s iconic Centre Block
Parliament Hill’s Centre Block to be closed soon.
Women accused of committing quarter of crimes in Canada, Statistics Canada reports
Statistics Canada report reveals information about crimes committed by women.
Occupation of McKenna’s Ottawa constituency office ends peacefully
More that a half-dozen young protesters from the group Climate Justice Ottawa took over the constituency office of Environment Minister Catherine McKenna at 9 a.m.
The resistance grows to cuts to French services in Ontario
Cuts to French services drawing growing opposition.
Hate crimes spiked in 2017, Statistics Canada says
The number of police-reported hate crimes in Canada in 2017 is the highest since Statistics Canada started tracking the data in 2009.
Ontario and Quebec can expect a long cold winter, forecast predicts
According to The Weather Network, residents of Central Canada will face a cold, long winter.