Ādisōke Rising: Ottawa hopes to reinvent the city with its new central library
Despite controversy and delays, Ottawa’s new central library is rising on LeBreton Flats.
Ottawa’s ‘Gutsy Walk’ back in person and raises more than $100K and counting
This year’s Canada-wide goal for the gutsy walk is to raise $2.9 million, and so far, they have raised over $2.2 million.
Ottawa’s e-scooter program returns despite opposition from disability advocates over sidewalk hazards
As the e-scooter pilot program heads into its third summer, accessibility issues persist despite approval from City Council
SAW Gallery’s artist-in-residence program finds home at NCC’s renovated Rochon Residence
The renovated Rochon Residence is now a living space for artists working in collaboration with the SAW Gallery, located in the Arts Court complex at Nicholas and Daly streets near the Rideau Centre.
After virtual events, Vanier Sugar Festival looks ahead to in-person celebration — and rebuilt shack — next year
As April brought warmer (and muddier) days to Ottawa, it also brought an age-old Canadian tradition that one urban sugar shack has been continuing in the capital for 37 years now: the production of maple syrup.
Couponing can help inflation-weary consumers keep money in their pockets, say discount hunters
Rising prices are posing a real problem for many households, but experienced couponers say that there are ways to save through the many offers made available by sellers.
Local music industry beats pandemic blues with third Encore Ottawa virtual concert series
The Ottawa Music Industry Coalition is hosting Encore Ottawa 3, a series of virtual concerts featuring local musicians as a way to beat the pandemic blues.
Women forge friendships as pen pal program matches Carleton students, retirees to counter pandemic isolation
Women in Leadership, a new Carleton University club is helping Ottawa creating new connections with their pen-pal initiative.
Up and away: Canadians head to airport as restrictions ease
Canadians are taking to the skies again after the COVID-19 pandemic pushed them to postpone their travel plans over the past two years.
The burnout graduating post-secondary students are feeling has a name: Senioritis
The pressures put on graduating post-secondary students is so prevalent that it now has a syndrome called senioritis.