Young people helping to fashion a more sustainable market for secondhand clothing
The secondhand clothing market is booming led by younger people who care about sustainability, affordability, and an independent or unique style.
The battles of Hog’s Back Park: A look into the world of live-action role play
Live-action role play is a way for many people in Ottawa to find community — and a good way to hit their friends with swords.
With a twist: Ottawa group breathes life into local Rubik’s cube community
Despite facing many obstacles this year, Ottawa Cubing is creating a space for Rubik’s cube solvers to meet and connect.
Breaking the fast: Foodies share some favourite Ramadan treats
With the holy month of Ramadan underway, Muslims are following a schedule of fasting, reflection and prayer. With long periods of fasting, sharing and preparing food with friends and family is an important part of the month, say some foodies and small business owners. Ramadan begins on the sighting of a specific crescent moon. After sighting the moon, the next…
Community activists, police unite at kitchen hub to bring food to Toronto’s vulnerable
Kitchen24 alongside other community organizations worked together to combat one of Toronto’s most pressing issues, food insecurity.
Those who drive for a living suffering from pain at the pump while others search for an electric solution
With soaring gas prices some Ottawa residents are struggling to make ends meet, while others are considering getting a new vehicle.
Unmasked: Ontario retailers, shoppers warily adjust after indoor mandate ends
Ottawa shoppers adapt to new public health measure as the province lifted indoor mask mandates on March 21.
Lansdowne food festival celebrates Latin America’s love of tamales￼
Lansdowne Park hosts a celebration of Latin American cuisines and cultures.
Birders in Canada, U.S. collect valuable data, enjoy ‘soulful experience’ during annual Backyard Bird Count
The 25th Backyard Bird Count allowed hundreds of keen watchers to keep track of overwintering birds in Canada and the U.S.
This pandemic is f***ing stressful: How swearing can help us cope
Research shows swearing may help us deal with stress and pain. In a pandemic, more people may have benefited from the occasional expletive.