From bad to worse: Atlético Ottawa pummelled 4-1 at home by Pacific FC
Atletico Ottawa lose 4-1 to Pacific FC and remain winless at the bottom of the Canadian Premier League table.
York United top Atlético 1-0, drop winless Ottawa to league basement
A weekend loss to York United drops Atlético Ottawa into the league basement
Soaring cost of living has food bank use in Ottawa rising to record levels
With rising grocery costs locking more people out of a nutritious diet, rates of food insecurity are soaring across the country.
Atlético Ottawa fans’ group key to building vibrant soccer culture in capital
Fans are helping Atlético Ottawa establish an identity as the team grows its brand in the capital.
City approves relaxed guidelines for outdoor commercial patios
Ottawa’s planning and housing committee has approved new outdoor patio guidelines ahead of this summer’s patio season.
Ahead of May 15 start of e-scooter season, disability advocate remains wary
As the City of Ottawa enters the third summer of e-scooters, concerns persist about safety for pedestrians, especially those with visual disabilities.
Living the dream: Ottawa artist Bob Waters celebrates solo exhibition decades in the making
At 68, Bob Waters has finally fulfilled a lifelong dream to feature his art in a solo exhibition.
Cancelled event clouds future of capital’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Concern rising after St. Patrick’s Day parade was cancelled for the third year in a row, this time because of the lack of volunteers and funding.
Cutting-edge exhibition kickstarts Carleton ‘research-creation’ centre
Carleton University unveils a new research-creation centre that is intended to bring together artistic creation with research.
Police aren’t the solution to rising crime in Ottawa, experts say
Concerns over an increase in acts of violence and crime continue to rise, and Ottawa communities are left searching for answers.
Report flags gaps in city response to ‘derecho’ disaster
A report on the City of Ottawa’s response to last May’s hugely destructive “derecho” wind storm has highlighted gaps in emergency preparedness, including the way municipal officials support citizens with disabilities and ease food insecurity in a crisis. The “after-action report” assessing the city’s response to the extreme weather event was given to the city’s emergency preparedness and protective services…
‘Backlash’ documentary provides a front-row seat to gendered cyberviolence
Cyber misogyny is an alarming trend of the digital age: community members are calling for increased awareness and education through intentional events, like the screening of Backlash.