‘What matters most is the people.’ Housing and cost of living front of mind for Ottawa-Vanier voters as they elect a Liberal — again
Ottawa-Vanier returns Liberal Lucille Collard. She is one of eight Liberal MPPs elected Thursday night.
Ontario votes: Ford wins strong second majority government; NDP’s Horwath and Liberal Del Duca stepping down as leaders
Ontarians are voting to decide who will form the next government in Canada’s biggest province.Polls indicate that Doug Ford and the PCs are headed to another win.
Ontario votes: Ottawa South looks to be leaning Liberal again
Capital Current takes a look at the race in Ottawa South talking to NDP hopeful Morgan Gay and New Blue’s Martin Ince.
Tight race expected in Ottawa-Centre as Ontario voters head to the polls
Ottawa Centre is shaping up as another battle between Liberals and the NDP as Ontario voters go to the polls today.
UOttawa’s Asya Bartley selected for U Sports female apprentice coach program
Asya Bartley, of uOttawa, has been selected for the U Sports female apprentice coach program.
After virtual events, Vanier Sugar Festival looks ahead to in-person celebration — and rebuilt shack — next year
As April brought warmer (and muddier) days to Ottawa, it also brought an age-old Canadian tradition that one urban sugar shack has been continuing in the capital for 37 years now: the production of maple syrup.
Muslims in Ontario rejoice as they celebrate their first Ramadan in two years free of COVID-19 restrictions
Muslims across Ontario are now free to gather without restrictions amid the ongoing holy month of Ramadan.
Group opposes Ryerson University rebrand and aims to restore namesake’s reputation
As Ryerson University prepares to announce a new name, a group called The Friends of Egerton Ryerson is working to help restore the reputation of the 19th century educator.
Sir Adam Beck hydro station marks 100 years of producing ‘clean power’ for Ontario
Ontario Power Generation is marking the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Sir Adam Beck Generating Station.
Rising prices at the gas pump putting pressure on Ontario drivers
Rising gas prices a putting a lot of pressure on Canadians.
Election fever: Ontario Liberals latest party to pledge minimum wage hike
Ontario Liberals are the latest party to offer a plan to increase the minimum wage as the provincial election on June 2 looms.
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.