Col. By Day proves to be a time to remember the founding of Ottawa and also those who have been here for millennia
Monday’s Col. By Day was a chance to remember the history of Ottawa and the people who have been here for thousands of years.
Keep online learning an option, Carleton law professor says
A Carleton University professor said online learning can be convenient for students with work or COVID concerns.
Selfies with a mammoth: Ottawa museums test drive augmented reality as a way to grab visitors and viewers
Ottawa museums are looking to augmented and virtual reality to complement their exhibits.
Jazz hands all around: Toronto’s Beaches festival makes musical return after two-year pandemic pause
Toronto’s Beaches Jazz Festival closed on a high note this past weekend.
Bytown Museum reopens after two years of adapting online
The Bytown Museum is physically open once again where visitors can learn about Ottawa’s “rambunctious roots”.
Climate change and children’s rights: Canada urged to take bigger steps in the right direction
Children are calling for Canada to include them in climate policy decisions.
Community forum outlines citizen concerns in the appointment of new Ottawa police chief
A community forum outlined citizen concerns about the force and the qualities needed in a new chief.
CFIA’s planned commercial dog ban draws free from animal rescue organizations, while veterinarians cheer
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is banning the entry of commercial dogs from over a hundred countries, shocking the animal rescue community!
Hate on the rise in Ottawa, police say and victims are bearing the brunt
The number of hate crimes reported to Ottawa police continues to rise for a third year in a row.
Paddling with Pride: Algonquin student creates therapeutic recreation program to bring queer youth together
Ottawa student launches an inclusive paddling program for 2SLGBTQ+ youth to enjoy summer fun!
In pictures: Aberdeen Heritage Festival marks 30 years of makeover for historic building
The city of Ottawa celebrated the Aberdeen Pavilion with a one-day return of the Central Canada Exhibition, 30 years after Council resolved to restore the historic building at Lansdowne.
Remembering a hero: The first Chief Pinesi Day honours life of Algonquin leader
The Algonquins of Pikwàkanagàn First Nation celebrated their first ever Chief Pinesi Day on July 1st.