‘Fixer-upper’ sells for $76K over asking: Welcome to Ottawa’s new normal, say real estate agents
With more people looking to buy than houses available, real estate prices in Ottawa are rising and experts say they won’t slow down in the new year.
Ottawa’s pedestrian safety needs to be more ambitious, say critics
City council recently approved a five-year Road Safety Action Plan. Ottawa pedestrians can look forward to new safeguards.
The Salvation Army shelter debate enters new phase
Concerned residents challenge the city’s plans for a 350-bed men’s only homeless shelter in Vanier before a provincial tribunal this month.
Winterlude opens with a fire show and a colourful piece of public art
Fire show and public art kick off Ottawa’s Winterlude festival.
New Canada-Hong Kong activist organization aims to help local groups make their opinions known
Alliance Canada Hong Kong aims to bring Canada- Hong Kong community groups together to fight for democracy.
Ottawa rethinks recreation for aging, diverse downtown residents
City review aimed at making programs downtown more culturally diverse, better serving aging population.
The Blackjacks effect set to change Ottawa basketball and its talented players
The Ottawa Blackjacks have arrived and are getting set to build their roster. With great talent in Ottawa to choose from and with more bound to be created, the team’s possible influence within the city and with their players is analyzed.
Ottawa library hasn’t forgotten those who aren’t near new central branch
The Ottawa Public Library is working hard to make sure people across the city can access services.
Rideau Canal Skateway set to celebrate its 50th season with hockey
The Rideau Canal Skateway opens this year for its 50th season with a twist, hockey!
Face time the old way: New Ottawa dating app promotes real life interaction
To avoid swiping and long texting cycles, this new app plans dates for people who have never spoken to each other.