Charity affiliated with 67’s and Redblacks will carry on work of former Ottawa Senators Foundation
The Ottawa Senators Foundation will close by the end of the year. In anticipation, the charity has transferred its assets to the Ottawa Sports Entertainment Group Foundation.
Beyond Van Gogh: An Instagrammable experience could be the future of art
As shows like Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience rise in popularity, Ottawa art galleries are re-examining how they can market and share their art.
Two book projects on New Edinburgh highlight community’s rich history
The neighbourhood of New Edinburgh is the second oldest community in Ottawa and has an abundance of history that is only starting to be explored in two upcoming books.
Ottawa struggling to cope with increase in homeless population during pandemic, say city officials
Community members and advocates are calling for more resources in the ByWard and Lowertown regions after a rise in homelessness raised concerns about safety.
H.E.L.P. on offer: Ottawa charity raises money for those facing mental health struggles
Whether it’s by running, walking, or riding horseback, Ottawans are doing what they can to raise money for mental health.
Gun lobby’s election ‘truth tour’ brought anti-Trudeau campaign to Nepean
When gun control became a central topic of conversation in the dying days of the 2021 election, the Canadian Coalition of Firearm Rights (CCFR) sent its best defender — a suburban grandma wielding a wagon full of pamphlets — across the province to plead its case.
Mother revitalizes abandoned children’s community garden in Orleans
An Orleans mother of one is reviving a children’s community garden in her community.
City of Ottawa’s new recycling regime will shift responsibility to producers to re-use, divert waste
Manufacturers and independent producers will soon be responsible for collecting and recycling blue bin items.
Experts call for more resources after Mental Health Act service calls jump during COVID-19
The number of service calls under Ontario’s Mental Health Act has jumped during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In focus: The first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Photo story from the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation taken by the Carleton School of Journalism’s fourth-year photojournalism students.