A newly-launched workshop and concert series looks to help develop Ottawa’s female musical talent.
On Oct. 22, Ottawa residents elected four more women to join three incumbents at City Hall. Meanwhile two minority councillors were defeated cutting in half the number on council.
The 2018 election turnout was 42.55 per cent, topping 2014’s 39.93 per cent.
Lyra Evans believes that good sex-education saves lives, and vowed to fight for a modernized sex-ed curriculum throughout a winning campaign in Zone 9 of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board.
The Peace Tower carillon is celebrating 90 years of beautiful music with a CD.
Ottawa voter turnout at early polls hits a new high in the 2018 municipal vote, a Capital Current analysis of Elections Ottawa data shows.
Ten drivers face charges after failing to complete a daily pre-trip vehicle inspection.
A new study says that crime in Lowertown is three times worse that crime in neighbouring communities.
Ottawa’s City Council approved a zoning amendment for Manotick’s Mahogany subdivision, which will bring another 897 homes to the area south of Manotick Estates.
Algonquin College campuses will be smoke-free zones until Jan 1, 2019 following a new interim policy put in place by the school.