Building bridges: Indigenous traditions revived through maple syrup production
Indigenous peoples are reconnecting to the traditions of maple syrup production and collaborating with other producers.
Poor conditions may be more than a bump in the road as pothole complaints soar in Ottawa
Reports about Ottawa’s road surface conditions have soared.
Organizations work to help elderly romance scam victims
March is Fraud Prevention Month, and various organizations are working to reduce senior vulnerability to romance scams through advice and education.
Accommodating autism: Can ‘inclusive education’ withstand government cuts to autism programs?
Autism groups remain concerned about changes to autism program funding.
Ottawa victims of Ethiopian Airlines crash remembered for their “presence” and “selflessness”
Four people with ties to Ottawa died in the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane.
Ottawa skaters found the silver lining this winter giving Rideau Canal Skateway a record year
This year’s cold winter was good for one thing at least — the Rideau Canal Skateway has a record-setting season.
Build new or renovate old: Ottawa housing advocates debate how to spend extra $15M from city
Affordable housing advocates discuss a pleasant problem: What to do with some extra funding for housing in Ottawa.
Ottawa lags in reducing single-use plastic, councillor says
Capital Ward Counc. Shawn Menard says city hall needs to do more about single-use plastics.
Ottawa transit users concerned about reliability of OC Transpo’s new travel app
A new app has been launched by OC Transpo to indicate travel routes with the new LRT line, but it is being met with skepticism by transit users.
Indigenous leaders are developing strategies to protect traditional knowledge in the digital age
Indigenous leaders are developing strategies to prevent the appropriation of traditional knowledge and culture.