Downtown LGBTQ+ hub deepens knowledge of Indigenous tragedy
Kind Space, a downtown LGBTQ+ community centre, believes education is needed for the public to understand the implications of the report on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. That’s why they have organized regular readings of chapters of the national report.
Victor Tedondo youngest coach ever to win Ottawa’s Brian Kilrea Award
History was made for one of Ottawa’s most prestigious awards. Learn about the man behind it
Centretown neighbours buy less, share more for planet and community
Buy Nothing groups are attempting to change our society in a bid to lower the impact of consumption on the environment.
Thrifting as gifting: A shift towards more sustainable shopping practices
With the holiday shopping season in full gear, an increasing number of shoppers are turning to thrift and consignment stores instead of traditional stores to find the perfect present.
Despite his blindness, Mustafa Al-Humairi has always had faith in himself
Mustafa Al-Humairi explains that the use of technology has changed his life.
Building blocks: Carleton hosts LEGO robotics competition
For the first time FIRST LEGO League comes to Ottawa and is hosted at Carleton University
Environmental activists want city to adopt green Official Plan
How to continue developing the city’s central area is emerging as the importance of the city’s centre in discussions about the Official Plan that will frame Ottawa’s development until 2046.
Tim Hortons drive-through riles neighbourhood
There is no more Canadian issues than one caused by Tim Hortons.
Ontario SPCA urges holiday pet adoptions — with care
Maya, one of the adoptable puppies housed by Freedom Dog Rescue
Sports leaders push for world-class aquatics complex in Ottawa
Peter Lawrence is heading a project to develop a new international level facility, the National Aquatic Complex. The project is planned to be in LeBreton flats, 14 acres with two 10 lane, 50 metre pools. It will be capable of hosting International competition in Ottawa.
Critics urge city to speed up plan to eliminate road fatalities
Ottawa City Council will introduce the third and final stage of the Road Safety Action Plan but critics are asking to prioritize focus on zero fatalities.
Survivor organizes fundraiser to beat back leukemia with laughter
Lymphoma is nothing to laugh about, but cancer survivor Darren Bessette decided laughter was the perfect way to start a conversation about blood cancer.