Centretown residents critical of proposed 21-storey high-rise
Some Centretown residents took issue with a proposed 21-storey apartment building on Argyle Avenue during an open house Wednesday evening.
Anniversary celebrations causing divide in Ottawa’s LGBTQ+ community
Members of the LGBTQ+ community in Ottawa are divided over how to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalization of homosexuality in Canada. Some are celebrating, others are protesting.
Women accused of committing quarter of crimes in Canada, Statistics Canada reports
Statistics Canada report reveals information about crimes committed by women.
City of Ottawa remembers the victims of Friday’s bus crash; Transportation Safety Board called in
The city of Ottawa is in mourning for the victims of the bush crash as the investigation continues.
New program to help Ottawa police and paramedics identify potential tissue donors at scene of a fatality
Ottawa police officers and paramedics have been trained in recognizing a potential tissue donor.
Life on the ice: Behind the scenes with a Zamboni driver
A day in the life of the maintenance crew at the Howard Darwin Centennial Arena in Nepean.
Installing child car seats correctly saves lives, experts say
The Ottawa Safety Council offers weekly car seat installations to teach proper techniques to the 70 per cent of caregivers who don’t know how to install their child’s seat properly.
Public offered a chance to comment on Health Canada regulations for cannabis products
The federal government has laid out its plans to regulate cannabis edibles and other products.
‘It gets overwhelming’: Accessible parking abused most at Ottawa’s shopping centres
Capital Current tracks the abuse of accessible parking spaces by people are not disabled.
Council gives green light to private cannabis retailers
City council voted to opt into private retail cannabis shops starting April 1.
Christmas tree buyers in the Byward Market keep it real
It’s the first day of the season to buy a tree in the Byward Market, and it’s cool enough that chunks of snow and ice still hang off the branches of the Balsam and Fraser fir trees lined up along York Street.