COVID-19 restrictions have Ottawa residents looking outdoors to stay healthy
With Gyms in Ottawa shut again because of COVID-19 restrictions, many Ottawa residents will have to consider outdoor activities to stay fit this fall and possibly through the winter.
In climbing, a push to change derogatory route names is underway
For the voice of each man pretending offensive climbing route names are not a problem, there are plenty of others that buoy the need for a widespread effort to change the names of climbing routes across North America. After a broader reckoning with how we name monuments to problematic historical figures, change is coming to both online and physical guidebooks thanks in part to women organizing and pushing for change.
Getting out of the house: How to get some air and keep a safe social distance
The National Capital Commission will continue closing part of Queen Elizabeth Driveway until May 10th. The goal is to allow people who live in dense urban neighbourhoods to get outside and stay a safe distance from each other. Will the City of Ottawa follow suit?
Elite athletes at uOttawa: Staying fit while staying at home
The outbreak of COVID-19 has broken a steady routine for athletes and athletic trainers. How do you keep your edge if you’re cooped up at home?
Planking the COVID-19 curve with online yoga classes
Innergy Corporate Yoga is using the online conferencing platform Zoom to stream live classes to clients.
Ottawa gym enthusiasts finding new ways to stay fit amid COVID-19 pandemic
As gyms are shut down in an effort to contain COVID-19, Ottawa fitness lovers are getting creative to stay in shape.