Study underlines that air pollution a leading cause of premature death worldwide
While Ottawa air quality is considered low risk, a new study shows that long term exposure to air pollution is a major health threat worldwide.
Student seeks compensation after battling bed bug infestation
Carleton student Isabel Faria’s summer and fall semesters were occupied primarily by a run-in with bedbugs in her rental home.
Little Italy’s food desert may soon end with grocery store in new development
Parking lot in Little Italy is to be turned into large development including 500 rental apartments and grocery store.
Rolling up the rim cups poses dilemma for popular Tim Hortons contest in a time of COVID-19
After 35 years of rolling up a paper rim, Tim Hortons has rolled out a digital model for this year’s contest. In light of COVID-19 concerns, the chain has scrapped Roll Up the Rim paper cups and is declining to fill reusable mugs.
Reconciliation in action: Ottawa teen helps families in a Rwandan village sustain themselves
Ella Vincic, a grade 12 student in Ottawa, is fundraising to help families in a Rwandan reconciliation village sustain themselves.
The beat goes on: Ottawa’s music community celebrates with local awards
As the final year of Ottawa’s Music Strategy approaches, some aspects have yet to be completed and musicians are looking forward to it’s progress.
Face mask no defence against COVID-19, Ottawa Public Health says
Amidst increasing coronavirus fears, Ottawa Public Health says face masks are not an effective method to prevent infection.