Attack comeback: Ottawa drops a three-goal lead to lose to Owen Sound in OT
Ottawa 67’s dropped a tough match to Owen Sound Sunday.
EmpowHERed: Ottawa 67’s second-ever hockey fest for girls building a community
The Ottawa 67’s hosted the second-ever EmpowHER festival bringing aspiring young female players in contact with their heroes on Saturday.
Councillors welcome developer’s money for affordable housing, traffic calming
Planning and Housing Committee passes a motion for Katasa Group development company to voluntarily contribute 300,000 dollars to traffic calming and affordable housing in Ward 17.
PWHL Ottawa falls in overtime to Minnesota despite early lead
PWHL Ottawa loses to Minnesota in overtime.
Ottawa 67’s back from road trip, ready for second half of the season
Ottawa 67’s are happy to be back at home after a successful road trip.
‘We have a job to do’: Ottawa sharpens up for their return home against Minnesota
Home is where the PWHL Ottawa women play as they prepare for a match against Minnesota.
Ottawa 67’s add four ‘high character players’ to give a boost on eve of key road trip
The Ottawa 67’s add four new players in a mid-season shuffle.
‘No shortage of wanting to play:’ Ottawa PWHL gears up for second-ever game against Toronto
The women of PWHL Ottawa prepare for their second ever game against Toronto.
Housing costs keeping many young adults living with parents
Young people across the country are feeling the pinch of the affordability crisis. While some have found ways around it, many are reshaping their idea of young adulthood due to rising cost pressure.
Expanding services across the city may help ease ByWard Market’s overdose crisis, advocates say
Advocates for local addiction programs have raised concerns that clustered shelters and social services in ByWard Market may pose more harm than good for those living with substance use disorders. Alongside these concerns, they call for the city to spread these facilities more across the municipality to address the current overdose crisis better.
To buy or not to buy: Young Canadians face tough choices on home ownership
Today, many factors determine a young person’s likelihood of purchasing a house in the future. They’re facing more difficulties in being able to afford a down payment, resulting in fewer young people thinking they will one day become homeowners.
The future is now: Ottawa battles Montreal in the first ever PWHL game in the capital
Ottawa hosted Montreal in the first ever women’s professional hockey game in the capital.