Ottawa suffers 8th loss of OHL season, falling to last place Windsor
Ottawa 67’s drop a close game to the lowly Windsor Spitfires on Sunday 5-3.
Need for new school and green space collide in a fight over Ottawa’s Plouffe Park
The City of Ottawa plan to replace the Plouffe Park field with a French-language elementary school has been put on hold after much outrage from local residents.
Ottawa’s emergency shelter task force is only a “band-aid,” says shelter CEO
The task force’s first move was to shut down the Heron Road Community Centre for five months and turn it into an emergency shelter.
Local Ottawa businesses hopeful for a strong Christmas season
While it may only be November, shoppers are already filling up their bags with Christmas presents for family and friends.
City builder: Ottawa’s Kate Heartfield finds inspiration in curious places
Ottawa’s Kate Heartfield is an award-winning fantasy author and a former journalist at the Ottawa Citizen.
Ottawa firefighters put out the call to support less fortunate with Christmas toy drive
Hundreds of firefighters and volunteers guided more than 60 festive floats through the centre of Ottawa on Nov.18, as the 54th edition of the Help Santa Toy Parade raised money and collected toys for families in need.
City builder: Charlie Senack connects with Kitchissippi as the editor of a community newspaper
Charlie Senack is the editor of the Kitchissippi Times and a hard-working journalist delving into issues that affect the residents of this part of Ottawa.
City builder: Sueling Ching is a voice for local Ottawa businesses
Sueling Ching advocates for the needs of local Ottawa businesses in her capacity as president and CEO of the Ottawa Board of Trade.
‘You just have to be human:’ Fundraiser organizers heartened by support for Palestinians
The oldest Muslim relief organization in Canada, Human Concern International, hosted Ummah Alert fundraising dinner which raised more than $125,000 for relief efforts in Gaza and Afghanistan.
City builder: Debbie Owusu-Akyeeah works to protect and advocate for trans and queer youth
Debbie Owusu-Akyeeah is a queer Ghanaian-Canadian activist and the executive director of the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity.
City builder: Susan Love helps prevent convicted sex offenders from re-offending
For more than 20 years, Susan Love has worked to help convicted sex offenders keep from re-offending. CoSA uses restorative justice principles to try to create both support and accountability for those they work with.
City builders: Derick Fage — from theatre kid to news host and advocate
Derick Fage is a television host and motivational speaker who has shared his experience of a chronic condition willingly with others.