School’s out: 67’s take last-second win in overtime against Kingston Frontenacs
Ottawa 67’s defeat Kingston Frontenacs 3-2 in overtime.
Ottawa police board approves $13.4M budget increase with plan to hire more officers
The Ottawa Police Service wants to hire 555 sworn and civilian positions over the next three years.
City to try out new sidewalk machines in a collective push to reduce road salt use
The city will pilot new sidewalk machine salt controllers this winter. Others are pushing to reduce salt usage, due to its ecological damage.
Ottawa-Gatineau property crime at an all-time high, most recent statistics show
The Ottawa-Gatineau area had the highest rate of reported incident-based offences in 2022.
Ottawa film industry hopeful of busy 2024 after end of actors’ and writers’ strikes
Ottawa will see more film production as projects resume after SAG-AFTRA strike, experts say
City builder: Carla MacLeod brings golden experience to role leading Ottawa’s women’s pro hockey team
Carla MacLeod brings a wealth of experience to her role the first head coach of PWHL Ottawa.
Microgreens trend is sprouting, but the tiny vegetables won’t solve the food crisis
Microgreens may be a more sustainable and popular option among farmers, but they cannot solve long term food security issues, expert says.
Jewish students say they feel unsafe as reports of antisemitic hate rise in Ottawa
Jewish students say they have felt a shift in people’s attitudes toward them since the Oct. 7 Hamas attack and Israel’s subsequent air strikes in Gaza.
City builder: Broadcaster and fundraiser Sam Laprade inducted into Order of Ottawa
Sam Laprade, a 52-year-old veteran radio and television show host, has just received the Order of Ottawa from Mayor Mark Sutcliffe.
Sweet Movember: Buying a pint of ‘manly’ ice cream from The Merry Dairy can help cause of men’s health
The month of November is dedicated to men’s health initiatives. In Ottawa, people are raising money and awareness — including a popular ice cream shop.
City builder: From India to Ottawa, Bill Malhotra has created one of city’s largest development companies
In a series of short profiles, Capital Current introduces some of the people working hard to improve life in Ottawa. Who is he? Bill Malhotra is the founder and CEO of one of the largest real estate developers in Ottawa, Claridge Homes, which he started in 1986. What’s his background? Malhotra was born in India, and studied civil engineering at…
Ottawa suffers 8th loss of OHL season, falling to last place Windsor
Ottawa 67’s drop a close game to the lowly Windsor Spitfires on Sunday 5-3.