In a time where Muslim women are seen as oppressed, an annual women-only event in Ottawa is empowering these women through different art forms. This year, they celebrated their 10th anniversary.
A familiar SAD feeling is blowing into Ottawa with the cold weather, but proponents of art therapy say that art can be a powerful tool to combat mental illness.
It’s the first day of the season to buy a tree in the Byward Market, and it’s cool enough that chunks of snow and ice still hang off the branches of the Balsam and Fraser fir trees lined up along York Street.
Boko Bakery closed on Nov. 25, ending 36 years of unique cookies and leaving the lasting legacy of Yoko Sakiyama and her family.
Ottawa International Airport has banned smoking marijuana on airport property, and installed amnesty bins for flyers to dispose of their pot.
What would making the ByWard Market more pedestrian-friendly mean for businesses, and for shoppers who rely on the cars?
New report reveals quality of cancer care in Canada.
Legalization of cannabis is driving interest in the second Cannabis and Hemp Expo.
Washroom. Toilet. Loo. Whatever you call it, they’re everywhere, but they’re not always available to everyone. Major barriers linked to accessibility and equality can render it nearly impossible to find a place to relieve oneself in Ottawa. One group is trying to change that.
A look at Canada’s disappearing Indigenous languages and what Bill S-212 is trying to do to help keep them alive.