Lansdowne offers pop-up space to Indigenous-owned, mother-daughter café and art shop
An Indigenous mother-daughter team will soon open a cafe and art shop in a pop-up space at Lansdowne Park. Capital Current talked to the owners of Beandigen Café.
Truth and Reconciliation in focus: Marking a solemn national day of remembrance and hope
Indigenous Peoples and allies gather in Ottawa for a day of reflection and education.
Problem-plagued OC Transpo is teaching me to lower my expectations of public transit
Capital Current’s Tamanna Khan bemoans the breakdowns and delays of Ottawa’s troubled transit system.
In focus: The first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Photo story from the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation taken by the Carleton School of Journalism’s fourth-year photojournalism students.
Committee to consider $500,000 grant for Centretown heritage redevelopment
Application made for a CIP Grant regarding 278-280 O’Connor Street and 347 Gilmour Street will be under Committee consideration on Tuesday, Oct. 12.
Sexual violence crisis at Western University raises concerns over campus culture across Canada
Following the news, concern over campus safety has soared. “It could have just as easily been my campus,” says student.
‘Panda-monium’: Police release images of persons of interest in the destructive post-game party in Sandy Hill
Ottawa police are looking for those responsible for criminal activity during the destructive post-Panda game celebration.
Ottawa artists express relief as in-person art show returns amid pandemic
Artists showcase their work in person for the first time since before COVID-19. This follows online selling and coping with concerns during the pandemic.
Complaints about fireworks skyrocket during pandemic, spark city review of rule-breaking in celebratory displays
Ottawa saw a sharp increase in complaints about the discharge of consumer bought fireworks beyond Canada Day and Victoria Day. One expert says the occurrence can be explained by COVID 19, another says public education needs to be addressed.
Recovery Day in Ottawa underlines the need to end stigma around mental health issues, substance use
Mayor Jim Watson officially declared Sept. 17 as “Recovery Day” in Ottawa. Recovery Day Ottawa also unveiled plans for next year’s new WOW Festival.