Ottawa woman raises awareness about autoimmune conditions one sock at a time
An Ottawa woman has started an initiative to give out socks to raise awareness of autoimmune diseases.
Experts remain concerned despite small drop in opioid related emergency visits in Ottawa
Recent data shows no increase in emergency department visits for suspected overdoses for 2018, but experts warn the opioid crisis continues.
‘Mayor for a Day’ contest aims to give youth a voice in city politics
Youth leaders are spearheading the Mayor for a Day contest because they want to engage other young people in municipal politics.
Fillings or finances: Changes to OSAP are worrying students in Ontario
Will the Ontario government’s changes to OSAP make university more affordable? This story breaks down what these changes will mean for students.
Fridays for their future: Ottawa sisters call for federal climate action
Two Ottawa sisters are making their voices known by protesting against the lack of environmental action by the federal government.
Iranian DJ ditches Ottawa for fresh tracks in Tehran
Iranian DJ Golbon Moltaji has left Ottawa seeking greener pastures back home.
Closure of Parliament’s Centre Block changing tourism in Ottawa
With the Centre Block of Parliament being closed for the next decade, Ottawa’s tourism industry is changing the way people visit Parliament and Ottawa.
Breaking barriers: New Ottawa study aims to empower those battling addictions and homelessness
People experiencing homelessness are facing barriers entering the workforce. A new study aims to find solutions from within the community.
Carleton announces five-point plan to help prevent future false alarms
The president of Carleton University has announced a five-point plan to ensure that the kind of false alarm of an active shooter that panicked the campus recently doesn’t happen in the future. Carleton University’s president Benoit-Antoine Bacon said in a statement issued Monday that the error on Jan. 28 occurred after a “wrong computer key was hit” and sent out…
New exhibitions at Carleton’s gallery aim to serve campus and civic communities
The winter season at the Carleton University Art Gallery features three exhibits centred around themes that connect the university campus to the wider community.
An Amber Alert for dementia sufferers needed, say caregivers
Six in 10 people diagnosed with Dementia will wander at least once.
Skaters hopeful early opening means longer season for Rideau Canal Skateway
The weather outside may be frightful, but it’s might be making for good skating conditions on the Rideau Canal.