The 25th Hour: One man keeps his promise to a loyal companion
Michel Randell honours the memory of another dog he loved by fostering golden retrievers who’ve been rescued.
IN THE NEWS: Tuesday, Feb. 11
Hello Ottawa! Today will be mainly cloudy with a 30 per cent chance of early flurries and risk of freezing drizzle. The temperature will vary from a mild 2°C to minus 10°C with wind chill, according to Environment Canada. Here are the top headlines for the day: Elementary teachers off the job…
Battle of the fans: The faces in the crowd at the 14th Capital Hoops tournament
Fans from Carleton and the University of Ottawa packed into TD Place this past Friday night to support their basketball teams as they faced off for the 14th annual Capital Hoops classic. The fans were treated to two nail biting games that saw the uOttawa’s men and women pull out…
IN THE NEWS: Monday, Feb. 10
Good morning Ottawa! Environment Canada forecasts a high of -4°C today and a low of -14°C tonight with a risk of freezing drizzle late in the morning and in the afternoon. Here are the headlines for this morning: Quarantined Ottawa man keeping spirits up in Trenton Kai Huang and his…
Hundreds march through downtown Ottawa in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
People in Ottawa and elsewhere across the country demonstrated against an RCMP raid on Wet’suwet’en protesters Thursday.
Dog experts stress health awareness for short-nosed breeds as they become more popular in Ottawa
Flat-faced dog breeds are becoming more popular in Ottawa, but experts say that there are serious health issues of which would-be owners should be aware.
Ottawa’s pedestrian safety needs to be more ambitious, say critics
City council recently approved a five-year Road Safety Action Plan. Ottawa pedestrians can look forward to new safeguards.
Barrhaven braces for change sparked by new downtown core
Is the Barrhaven community looking forward to the development of their new ‘downtown.’
The Salvation Army shelter debate enters new phase
Concerned residents challenge the city’s plans for a 350-bed men’s only homeless shelter in Vanier before a provincial tribunal this month.
English Catholic teachers hold one-day provincewide strike with more action to come
This time English Catholic teachers have walked off the job.