Trans ID clinic reopening in downtown Ottawa this month
Kind Space, a 2SLGBTQIA+ community centre in Ottawa, is reopening their Trans ID clinic this October.
Carleton University’s annual butterfly show set to soar — in-person this year
The 23rd Annual Carleton Biology Butterfly show will be held in the school’s greenhouse. The show will feature 41 species of butterflies.
The CNE is back and packed with happy patrons enjoying the food, the fun and the fair
The CNE has made a triumphant return to Toronto, Capital Current finds.
Waiting for the dough: One Ontario family’s life in limbo on the list for autism services
There are just more that 53,000 places in the Rogers Centre for eager baseball fans supporting the Toronto Blue Jays. Replace each fan with a child on Ontario’s waitlist for autism services and there still wouldn’t be enough room. The Durand-Shea family of the Durham region occupies three of those seats. As the mother of seven-year-old triplet boys who are…
Paving paradise in Centretown: Protesters oppose plan to tear down small affordable apartment building
Tenants at 142 Nepean St. protested a plan by developers to tear down their building and put up a parking lot.
Rideau Centre evacuated after downtown power outage
Parts of Centretown and the downtown core, including the Rideau Centre, lost power Monday evening.
Box of Life wins $1,000 grant to place two worm compost benches in Little Italy
The Bench of Life project is expected to bring compost benches to Little Italy with worm farms to decompose scraps. It received a $1,000 grant in July.
Shawn Menard campaigns for ‘progressive change’ this municipal election
Capital Ward councillor Shawn Menard said he’s campaigning for himself and mayoral candidate Catherine McKenney.
Lowertown residents remain concerned about sale of St. Brigid’s community space to The United People of Canada organization
Some Lowertown residents want the City of Ottawa or the province to take a local church away from The United People of Canada, who plan to build a community space.
Celebrating Indigeneity in person: The Asinabka film festival returns to roaring applause
The 11th annual Asinabka Film and Media Arts Festival launched with a cheering audience.
The code that broke the internet: The aftermath of the Rogers outage may force online companies to rethink how they do business
The Rogers internet outage has shaken the confidence of users.
Men’s U23 fast pitch nationals begin in Carp on the third swing
The national fast pitch tournament began in Carp after two years of COVID-19 cancellations.