Behind the scenes at the curling club: making sure the ice is nice
After every time the ice is used, some form of maintenance is needed to prepare for the next curling match. Almonte Curling Club is no different.
Ottawa squash player on track for British Junior Open
Iman Shaheen is currently ranked #1 in Canada for her age group. The young athlete is currently training for the British Junior Open in January 2020.
League brings basketball back with Ottawa BlackJacks
Basketball is coming back to Ottawa, as the Ottawa Blackjacks will be joining the CEBL next year.
TD Place putting new life into university sports rivalries
Lansdowne Park and TD Place stadium have become a focus for univeritsy football in Ottawa and that’s revived interest in such things as the Panda Game.
Increased police presence surrounding Panda Game met with mixed reception
In an effort to balance the interests of partying university students and other Ottawa residents, police increased their presence in several downtown neighbourhoods
Manotick’s Natalie Davison is paddling all the way to Tokyo Olympics
Rideau Canoe Club’s Natalie Davison helps Team Canada earn an Olympic kayak sprint spot for Tokyo 2020 after escalating her training style.
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.
Kanata community braces for court battle over threatened green space
A committee of Kanata residents dedicated to green space protection has formally incorporated to combat the proposed redevelopment of a golf course that would deprive locals of a cherished expanse of greenery.
Rolling on: Future of skateboarding is building in a Vanier parking lot
Learn to Skate in Vanier is a program to teach kids the fundamentals for skateboarding in a parking lot in Vanier.