Red light cameras catching offenders, but lots of cash slipping away
With the city struggling with budget deficits, red light cameras are an area of potential revenue, but the city consistently misses out on collecting on significant numbers of fines.
Trudeau delivers virtual message to the graduating class of 2020
Despite not having the usual cross-the-stage graduation ceremony, the class of 2020 received a special message from the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau on Wednesday morning.
Farmers say they need alternatives if herbicide glyphosate is weeded out
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) labelled glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic to humans.” More than 50 million kilograms of glyphosate were sold in Canada in 2017.
Supreme Court holds its first-ever fully virtual hearing
The Supreme Court of Canada dived into new virtual grounds on Tuesday afternoon by hosting their first remote video hearing in history.
Ottawa community centre keeps seniors connected despite pandemic
COVID-19 is preventing seniors from meeting each other in-person, but Ottawa West Community Support has found different ways to make sure their clients stay social.
Watch: Ottawa’s anti-racism rally on Parliament Hill
Ottawa’s “No Justice, No Peace” protest on June 5 drew thousands to Parliament Hill to condemn police brutality, express anger over the May 25 death of George Floyd — who died after a violent police takedown caught on video — and anti-Black racism. [Video montage © Eden Suh]
Signs and sounds from Edmonton’s Fight for Equity anti-racism rally
Nearly 15,000 gathered on the grounds of the Alberta legislature in Edmonton Friday evening for a Black Lives Matter protest. Organizers said the Fight for Equity rally aimed to spark awareness and conversation about racism, inequality in the justice system and police brutality. Here are some of the signs and…
Large gathering at Alberta legislature continues anti-racism conversation
EDMONTON — Up to 15,000 protestors gathered in the Alberta capital on Friday night for an anti-racism protest sparked by the death of a Black American man who died after his violent arrest by Minneapolis police. Demonstrations condemning police brutality have been occurring across the U.S., Canada and around the…
Thousands in Ottawa decry anti-Black racism, police brutality
Ottawans gathered Friday to protest police killings of Black lives.
In photos: No Peace Until Justice march filled downtown streets
Protestors gathered in Ottawa on June 5 for an anti-racism march in light of the recent death of George Floyd.