Byward Market restaurateurs struggling because of inflation, safety fears and fewer customers
Byword Market restaurateurs are battling inflation, seeing fewer customers and dealing with safety concerns.
City builder: Artist, entrepreneur Fiona Khaemba boasts diverse representation in fashion
Fiona Khaemba is an artist, entrepreneur and founder of Ayana Arts, an arts and apparel brand that highlights the work of Black artists.
City builder: ‘Chef Joe’ blazing a culinary trail in Ottawa
Chef Joe Thottungal is a culinary trailblazer who has treated Ottawa to a range of Indian food experiences.
The ‘shoppertainment’ trap: As social media apps blur line between socializing and buying, the risks to users soar
Shopping online through social media platforms is expanding exponentially but it also carries serious risks, experts say.
Green goliaths: Why electrifying SUVs, pickups puts more lives at risk on roads
In early July, a pickup truck swerved and hit five pedestrians after its intoxicated driver lost control of the vehicle in St. Thomas, Ont. A child died and a woman was rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries. Also last month, a silver SUV collided with a 22-year-old woman in Brockville, Ont. She was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries….
Zellers returns with nostalgic flair to competitive Canadian discount retail market
HBC’s relaunch of the Zellers brand is a bid to compete in the discount retail market. Many Canadians will remember the store but some ask is nostalgia enough?
Project V in photos: Sold-out Ottawa fashion and music show just the beginning
Organizers are thrilled at the turnout and enthusiasm for Project V, an event fashion, music and more.
Cutting consumption? Ottawa microbreweries have you covered with non-alcoholic options
An in-depth look at how microbreweries in Ottawa are adapting to changing trends, new health recommendations and tax hikes.
Dairy farmer’s viral video sparks debate over milk quotas, supply management
An Ontario farmer’s TikTok protest over milk quotas has sparked a debate about supply management in Canada.
As infamous Rideau McDonald’s closes, diners plan march to show their love
Infamous McDonald’s on Rideau Street will close in April, prompting some residents to march in honours of the notorious eatery.
With Wellington set to reopen to traffic, Ecology Ottawa touts car-free, cyclist-friendly vision
Several groups are pushing to have the section of Wellington Street in front of Parliament Hill remain closed to vehicle traffic.
Greely carnival celebrates 50 years of winter fun and community cohesion
The Greely Winter Carnival celebrated 50 years recently. The carnival has been a staple in Ottawa’s rural south communities. It was introduced in the town of Greely in 1972 and was designed to bring the community together.