Testing shows Ottawa resident doesn’t have coronavirus
The population at risk of the novel coronavirus are people who have a travel history or a connection to someone who was ill after travel, according to Ottawa’s Chief Medical Officer of Health.
The art of healing: Ottawa cardiac patients take heart from ceiling-tile paintings
The Ottawa Heart Institute has asked artists to paint ceiling tiles to help patients heal.
Ottawa woman claims relief from Lyme with bee venom
Those living with Lyme disease face very little options when it comes to treatment. Bee venom therapy is on the rise and could potentially help treat the degenerative disease.
In ‘Limbo’: One woman navigates the maze of psychiatric emergency care in Ottawa
The pressure on emergency services for those suffering from a mental health issue is increasing.
Building blocks: Carleton hosts LEGO robotics competition
For the first time FIRST LEGO League comes to Ottawa and is hosted at Carleton University
Chronic pain patients pay as opioid prescription rates fall, doctors say
Opioid-related deaths are climbing and chronic pain patients are suffering despite drop in opioid prescription rates in Ontario.
Survivor organizes fundraiser to beat back leukemia with laughter
Lymphoma is nothing to laugh about, but cancer survivor Darren Bessette decided laughter was the perfect way to start a conversation about blood cancer.
Children with autism get ‘quieter’ moment with Santa
QuickStart Autism, a charity in Ottawa, is helping malls host Sensory Santa’s which are designated quiet times for children with autism.
Meandering mice among the pest problems in Ottawa’s federal buildings
Pest problems persist in Ottawa federal government buildings, as workers at L’Esplanade Laurier on O’Connor Street have been encountering mice.