Muslim voices urge embrace of Islamic heritage beyond October celebration
October is Islamic month in Canada but it means much more than that for those seeking to educate Canadians about the history of Muslims in this country.
The Ottawa Paw Pantry adjusts to keep helping low-income families feed their pets
Ottawa Paw Pantry provides pet food to low-income families. Operations have been rethought because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thousands of Brazilians in Canada cast ballots in a ‘moment of hope’ election
A battle between incumbent president Bolsonaro and ex-president Lula, as Brazilians worldwide vote for president on Sunday, Oct. 30.
Westboro community embraces grassroots — and sometimes subversive — art
Alongside public art pieces in Westboro. small grassroots displays are popping up made by residents, for other community members to enjoy.
Religious show and tell: Ottawa’s Islamic Heritage Month helps educate, but some say more is needed to combat hate
Since 2007 October has been designated as islamic Heritage Month by the Federal Government. across Canada every October Muslim congregations hold events showcasing the true history, teachings and image of Islam for the public to see.
OC Transpo failing young workers outside the city’s core, some residents say
Young voters say they want to see a transit system that better prioritizes them and their non-traditional commutes.
‘It’s the treasure hunt:’ Ottawa Vintage Clothing Show returns after pandemic hiatus
After three year pandemic hiatus The Ottawa Vintage Clothing Show is back and features more than 60 vendors from Ontario and Quebec.
Sleuthing scientist set to restore identity of Bytown brother, sister ‘lost in time’
Researchers close to confirming the names two children buried at Barrack Hill Cemetery in in mid-19th century.
On a roll: Atlético Ottawa hosting first home playoff game after incredible journey to postseason
Atletico Ottawa are set to host their first ever CPL playoff game, at 2 p.m. on Oct. 23 at TD Place against Pacific FC.
Ottawa Public Health confronts systemic racism with an action plan for reform
Ottawa Public Health is moving forward with a plan to combat systemic racism within the agency.
In Focus: Loosened COVID rules complicate return to campus for wary students
Carleton University students return to campus and try to manage the lack of COVID-19 policies as they return to “normal life.”
Ecology Ottawa’s new leader aims to have immediate impact on city’s new council
Alice Irene Whittaker, Ecology Ottawa’s new executive director, is coming in at a crucial time for the organization.