How Ottawa’s LRT stations are becoming magnets for development
Ottawa’s new LRT is set to spur large, community-changing developments at many of its stations, which could help change the city forever.
‘Democratizing’ zero waste: Can waste-free living be for everyone?
From Vancouver to Ottawa, stores like NU Grocery are dispensing a variety of food and cleaning products free of plastic packaging in an effort to cut waste. But some are saying that a zero-waste lifestyle is a privilege not everyone in Ottawa can afford.
League brings basketball back with Ottawa BlackJacks
Basketball is coming back to Ottawa, as the Ottawa Blackjacks will be joining the CEBL next year.
Recreational programs important for youth development, experts say
Experts are highlighting the benefits of local recreation programs for low-income youth in Ottawa.
Para Transpo riders feel neglected as Ottawa tables 2020 city budget
Para Transpo riders are feeling neglected as the 2020 budget fails to address the core issues with the capital’s accessible transit system.
IN THE NEWS: Monday, Nov. 18
Happy Monday Ottawa, the work week begins with more cold weather after last week’s record breaking temperatures. This morning feels like -10, though the afternoon is expected to see a mix of sun and clouds and a warmng to 0 before dropping again overnight to -7. Here’s what else you…
“I just want a roof over my head,” says tent city resident
As winter approaches, about a dozen homeless citizens living in a ‘tent’ city’ next to Bayview station are preparing for the challenges awaiting them.