Group calls for automated pedestrian signals for Bank Street
Old Ottawa South citizens may no longer need to rush to make the light.
Ottawa couple including food waste concerns on tour of Hintonburg
The creators of the Food waste: how do you tr(eat) your food? tour, Michael Melvill and Sarah Chelchowski, have set out to underline the overwhelming amount of food being tossed in the garbage when it could be composted or redirected to other members of the community.
You go, I go, we all go: Toilet talk with Lezlie Lowe
there are many factors that decide whether one has equal access to public bathrooms including gender, ethnicity, mobility, health, socio-economic status and appearance.
Ottawa post-secondary institutions are doing more to prevent sexual violence on campus
Most victims of sexual assault in Canada are in their first year at post-secondary schools. Ottawa’s campuses are now working to create safer schools through prevention.
Pressure builds to protect endangered Indigenous languages
A look at Canada’s disappearing Indigenous languages and what Bill S-212 is trying to do to help keep them alive.
The last straw: Ottawa businesses lead way with plastic ban
Our obsession with plastic is choking the planet. Learn how small businesses are leading the way towards a more sustainable future with green initiatives like the Straw Free ban.
After the tornado, Bruce Pit dog park will never be the same
When tornadoes swept through the Ottawa-Gatineau region in September, one left sections of Bruce Pit and its pet memorial destroyed in its wake.
Kristallnacht ceremony to feature music on a violin salvaged from the Holocaust
Members of Ottawa’s Jewish community will mark the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht on Wednesday with a concert played on a violin saved from the destruction of the Holocaust.
Carleton campus latest to be targeted by racist posters
Posters reading “It’s okay to be white” have been found throughout the city, including Carleton University campus.
Former Ottawa YMCA-YWCA director pleads guilty to fraud
Police say all money has been repaid after a former director of the National Capital Region YMCA-YW
Supreme Court should explain why it refuses to hear cases, critics say
Should the Supreme Court of Canada be more open about why it refuses to hear cases?
Becoming a bee city could be a sweet deal for Ottawa
City staff are looking into what it would take for Ottawa to become a bee-friendly city.