Migrants, refugees call on the federal government for meaningful immigration reform allowing access to permanent residency
Hundreds of protesters marched in Ottawa on Sunday calling for change in the way Canada treats migrants.
Experts debate the gamble by Quebec, Alberta and Manitoba on a vaccine lottery
Quebec, Manitoba and Alberta have started lotteries to get more people vaccinated in their provinces. The move has prompted debate about the efficacy and fairness of such initiatives.
Hardest hit and last to recover: Ottawa Tourism launches #Invite2 campaign to help industry recover from pandemic
The #Invite2 campaign encourages locals to invite out-of-town friends and family to Ottawa to help the tourism industry recover from the pandemic.
Pictures in a pandemic: The 2021 World Press Photo exhibit shows the power of an image to affect our emotions
The World Press Photo – Exhibition 2021 at the Canadian War Museum fielded thousands of submissions from hundreds off photographers before selecting 159 to display.
An ‘immersive’ theatre experience goes from Paris to London to Lansdowne Park
A unique theatre experience, called C-O-N-T-A-C-T, is now on at Lansdowne Park where audience members can follow two characters around outdoors and listen to their dialogue on their phones
Pandemic passion: Freedom Boat Club sees spike in memberships as Ottawans look local this summer
A boat club company is seeing increased interest and new members because of COVID-19 restrictions on travel for its two operations in Ottawa.
Online and in-person students in university classrooms cause concerns for teachers, teaching assistants and students
UOttawa and Carleton are offering students the opportunity to take courses online or in-person this fall and this lack of clarity about these options is concerning professors, TAs and some students.
Ottawa’s universities follow different paths on mandatory vaccinations for students in residence
Incoming university students aren’t too concerned about mandatory vaccines, following uOttawa announcing it’s a requirement for students in residence.
Three steps forward? Ottawa venues welcome reopening but still look to a better fall
Step 3 in Ontario’s reopening plan is opening the door to a return to performances in theatres and other venues, but it’s not back to normal yet.
With a smile? Step 3 of reopening in Ontario is angst ridden for servers
As Ontario enters Step 3 of reopening, servers in restaurants will be facing customers indoors for the first time in months. It’s a bit scary.