Tents on the agenda: City of Ottawa eyeing temporary ways to shelter those in need this winter
As rents rise and homelessness grows, the City of Ottawa is looking for ways to provide temporary shelter for those in need.
Sports Hall of Fame collection finds new home at Museum of History in Gatineau
The Canadian Museum of History acquired the Order of Sports Collection from Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, consisting of 100,000 artifacts.
Shrinking supply of farmland may be deterring potential farmers
Rising farmland prices is posing a threat to new and young farmers.
Ottawa’s emergency shelter task force is only a “band-aid,” says shelter CEO
The task force’s first move was to shut down the Heron Road Community Centre for five months and turn it into an emergency shelter.
Proposed cap on numbers won’t solve housing crisis, say international students
International students say any cap on their numbers won’t solve the housing crisis and will hurt Canadian universities dependent on their tuition fees.
Frustration over affordability has young Canadians leaning towards federal Conservatives
Young Canadian voters are considering electing Conservatives as they struggle with affordability issues such as inflation and housing costs.
Working it out: Ontario youth struggle to find jobs as unemployment rates rise
Young Ontarians are struggling to find work in the province’s tight labour market.
Federal warning for 2SLGBTQ+ Canadians headed to the U.S. a small positive step, community members say
Some 2SLGBTQ+ Canadians are rethinking their plans after the federal government advised caution when travelling to the United States.
New Carleton reporting award honours slain Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
Carleton University unveils a new scholarship in honour of the slain Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
Canadians concerned about Chinese influence on 2021 election, survey shows
A new study from the Angus Reid Institute has found Canadians believe China may have interfered in the most recent federal election.
Fitness tax credit would motivate Canadians to get active, say gym owners
Joining a gym and getting fit should be supported by a tax credit, argues the Fitness Industry Council of Canada.
The Rideau River is feeding one Syrian family’s Canadian dream
Omar Masri and his family are six of 1.3 million immigrants who came to Canada between 2016 and 2021. Now, they’re working to make a life in their new home.