Future Rising activists take peaceful path to protesting
Future Rising Ottawa, a youth climate change protest initiative, gathers on Parliament Hill every Friday in a peaceful protest.
In wake of officer’s suicide, Ottawa to unveil unique mental health clinic for first responders
The recent suicides of an Ottawa police officer and nine Ontario police officers are highlighting the need for more mental health services for first responders.
How Parliament might look with proportional representation
Julie Stock and Doug Dolinski dropped by Liberal candidate Catherine McKenna’s event in Ottawa Centre riding on Oct. 21, 2019. [Photo © Alexandra Elves]
Future floods: Can Ottawa do more to tackle natural disasters?
Ottawa city staff discuss plans to improve flooding resistance around Ottawa and how to reduce structural and environmental damage.
New Carlington Bike Park draws crowds from across city
A new mountain biking course at the top of the old Carlington ski hill was flooded with bikers of all ages and abilities at its grand opening on Saturday, Oct. 5. The pump track and skills area caters to all levels of mountain biking abilities with three tracks of varying difficulty.
The future of the Prince of Wales Bridge will feature pedestrians, not rail
There is debate amongst Ottawa locals following Jim Watson’s announcement that the Prince of Wales Bridge will not be used as a rail link.
Citizens for Public Justice injects some faith into an Ottawa election forum
As citizens prepare to cast their votes for the Oct. 21 federal election, an advocacy group discusses key issues that Canadians are concerned about.
Recording device in hospital waiting room not a privacy violation, says Ontario commissioner
A camera in an Ottawa Hospital waiting room counted how many views TV ads received but did not record personal information or personal health information, according to the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario.