York United top Atlético 1-0, drop winless Ottawa to league basement
A weekend loss to York United drops Atlético Ottawa into the league basement
Hate on the rise: Advocates say more needs to be done to stem tide of incidents in Canada
Advocates say that more needs to be done to prevent hate crimes in Canada.
Ottawa business coalition urges extension on COVID loans payback
Small businesses in Ottawa are hoping for an extension on the deadline for repayment of pandemic loans to the federal government.
Games to highlight ‘long, rich history’ of Indigenous sport
The Masters Indigenous Games will be held in Ottawa in August giving the community a chance to learn more about Indigenous culture and sport.
Atlético Ottawa fans’ group key to building vibrant soccer culture in capital
Fans are helping Atlético Ottawa establish an identity as the team grows its brand in the capital.
Rise in anti-Asian hate feared from ‘election-meddling’ controversy
The concerns raised by allegations of Chinese officials meddling in Canadian elections, is raising concern in the Chinese-Canadian community about rising incidents of racism directed at them.
Ahead of May 15 start of e-scooter season, disability advocate remains wary
As the City of Ottawa enters the third summer of e-scooters, concerns persist about safety for pedestrians, especially those with visual disabilities.
Cancelled event clouds future of capital’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Concern rising after St. Patrick’s Day parade was cancelled for the third year in a row, this time because of the lack of volunteers and funding.
Police aren’t the solution to rising crime in Ottawa, experts say
Concerns over an increase in acts of violence and crime continue to rise, and Ottawa communities are left searching for answers.
People’s commission presses city to rebuild trust after convoy occupation
The final report of the Ottawa People’s Commission on the Convoy Occupation called for a new human rights framework in the city; new models of leadership and civic engagement; the need to improve responsiveness to crises and fostering dialogue and community building.
City considers multi-museum membership program to boost attendance
With an eye on increasing attendance, the city is looking at creating a membership program that will offer access to all five locally run museums for an annual fee.
TikTok rocks: Social posts help retro record store reap rewards of vinyl resurgence
TikTok rocks the sales for Ottawa based record store.