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.
Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board sold 11.8 per cent more homes in October 2018 than they did in October 2017.
Rideshare company Lyft has announced that they will no longer be offering a split payment option to riders.
A housing project piloted at McMaster University which brings seniors and students together could benefit both groups in Ottawa, according to experts.
Members of Ottawa’s Jewish community will mark the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht on Wednesday with a concert played on a violin saved from the destruction of the Holocaust.
Oatmeal doesn’t have to be bland and gooey.
Ottawa’s deaf community wants to see sign languages officially recognized by the federal government in a new piece of
legislation aimed at reducing barriers for people with disabilities.
As a Brazilian who has not been home for almost a year I will say that it was worth it. And of course, being able to speak Portuguese, made me feel at home.
Libby Abella is decorating the streets of Centretown with chalk drawings of magical lands, kind messages and Pokémon.