Good morning, Ottawa. Fall is really in the air today as Environment Canada says we should expect temperatures to drop to 6ºC and not exceed 16ºC, with a risk of
Support staff at the Ottawa Catholic School Board and Ottawa’s two French-language boards have joined colleagues across Ontario
Today is the deadline for candidates to register for Canada’s election, CBC News reports. After 2 p.m. local time, the nomination process closes. This means that in an event of a candidate being kicked out or withdrawing, parties will not be allowed to fill in the slot. The Liberals, Conservatives, NDP and Greens have full slates and will be represented in all 338 ridings across the country for Oct. 21. The People’s Party has 326 hopefuls in the field.
A University of Ottawa student has released a rap song in which she recounts her woes with OC Transpo. Claire Barasubiye, also known as Lil’ Claire, released “Bodak Transpo” earlier this month and has been getting attention, including from CBC News. If you are an OC Transpo commuter, chances are that you can definitely relate to this rap parody.
The annual week-long festival started on September 28 and will be going until October 8. This year’s theme is, “
The Liberal Party has revealed its full 2019 platform on Sunday. The platform projects deficits of more than $20 billion a year for four years. CTV reports that it includes promises of billions in new spending for students, families and the environment. You can find details on the other parties’ election platforms here.
The Senators finalized their roster and made it official on Sunday, the Ottawa Sun reports. The following players were the last cuts: Vitaly Abramov, Christian Jaros and Logan Brown. Senators are preparing to face the Toronto Maple Leafs in the season opener Wednesday night at Scotiabank Arena.