City poised to take over stabilization of Magee House in Hintonburg
Frustrated residents of Hintonburg protested Wednesday for the sidewalk on Wellington Street West to be reopened.
Ottawa Police research measures to reduce gun violence
The Ottawa Police Services Board has launched a search for ideas about the best way to prevent gun violence on the city’s streets
Human rights group protest outside TripAdvisor office over Isreali settlement listings
A human rights group in Ottawa protested outside TripAdvisor’s regional office in Ottawa on Monday, for its listings in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Members of disability community protest new ODSP disability definition
Dependent on the government for life sustaining income, ACORN members and several community members reached out to protest on the changes to the definition of disability for eligibility for Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) on July 11. The new proposed definition of disability takes up on a similar definition offered…
Councillors reject plan to block unpopular Château Laurier addition — with regrets
City councillors expressed regret — and one stated bluntly she’d made “a mistake” she couldn’t reverse — as a wildly unpopular design for an addition to the landmark Château Laurier was effectively given final approval last week.
Ottawa police to increase presence in ByWard Market
Ottawa police to increase presence in ByWard Market, Downtown Rideau, and Vanier areas.
Meet Ottawa’s 17-year-old Cadet Pan Am wrestling champion
Ismail Ayyoub, a 17-year-old from Ottawa, has won the Cadet Pan Am Games in wrestling.
Fifth annual diversity celebration welcomes 27 new Canadians
The Ottawa Police Service held their fifth annual diversity celebration on Thursday, including a citizenship ceremony that welcomed 27 new Canadian citizens.