After October’s municipal election, Ottawa’s seven rookie councillors have been spending the past six weeks preparing to take their seats.
Cuts to French services drawing growing opposition.
PSAC begins a new round of bargaining for a contract and marks it with a protest over the Phoenix pay fiasco.
Nearly a decade of Conservative rule and the unexpected election of Donald Trump in 2016 have had an impact on Canada’s foreign policy agenda.
A look at Canada’s disappearing Indigenous languages and what Bill S-212 is trying to do to help keep them alive.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford introduced the Buck-a-Beer incentive program in August, but the feasibility of lowering prices is keeping Ontario’s craft breweries on the sidelines.
More than half of the city’s streetlights have been converted to LED, but there are concerns that blue-white LEDs are not the right choice.
Ottawa’s deaf community wants to see sign languages officially recognized by the federal government in a new piece of
legislation aimed at reducing barriers for people with disabilities.
Posters reading “It’s okay to be white” have been found throughout the city, including Carleton University campus.
In an unprecedented move, the University of Ottawa has decided to terminate the student federation without student consultation. The future of clubs, services, and student-run businesses remains up in the air.