For Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Here’s what you need to know for this final summer Wednesday in the capital. Max’s Moment Maxime Bernier, leader of the People’s Party of Canada, has been given the green light to participate in the two debates organized by the federal government’s independent Leaders’ Debate Commission. However, not everyone is…
Ottawa transit officials celebrate 1st ever LRT commute
The first Monday commute for the new LRT was a smooth one , city officials said.
Ottawa looking forward to the first workday commute on the new LRT
Ottawa’s long-delayed light rail system is up and running.
National Art Centre features work of renowned Vancouver artist for Pride
The work or renowned, Vancouver-based artist Joe Average will be on display at the National Arts Center in celebration of Capital Pride Week.
Striking military base cleaners picket Ottawa headquarters
n Aug. 20, striking workers and their union, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), protested at GDI’s Ottawa headquarters.
Ottawa Comiccon changes 2020 convention date to attract more attendees
Ottawa Comiccon announced it will host the 2020 convention in September, instead of May.
Woman cycles to raise awareness of high suicide rates within Indigenous communities
A young Inuk woman who has been cycling across the country to raise awareness of the suicide epidemic in Indigenous communities in Canada was welcomed to Ottawa by several local Indigenous groups on Aug. 6.