‘The police stood idly by:’ Ottawa residents recount impact of convoy occupation to Ottawa People’s Commission
Locals are making it clear that time has not healed the harm done by the January “freedom convoy” occupation.
Frustration builds in Manotick as truck traffic safety concerns persist
Residents in Manotick want action from the incoming city council on the issue of heavy truck traffic crossing the Rideau River via their small historic village. With an average of 800 trucks daily driving down this residential street, it is a major safety and health concern for the community.
Trans ID clinic reopening in downtown Ottawa this month
Kind Space, a 2SLGBTQIA+ community centre in Ottawa, is reopening their Trans ID clinic this October.
Ottawa Police take proactive approach to curbing rowdiness ahead of Panda partying
The Ottawa Police Service is taking a proactive approach to policing the Panda Game following last year’s destructive post-game street partying. The annual rivalry match between the Carleton Ravens and uOttawa Gee-Gees football teams is set for Saturday at TD Place at Lansdowne Park. Police say they will take a zero tolerance approach to any public disturbance during this year’s…
Lifeguards and swim instructors in short supply at Ottawa indoor pools
Ottawa pools are facing reduced swim times due to staffing shortages.
Carleton University’s annual butterfly show set to soar — in-person this year
The 23rd Annual Carleton Biology Butterfly show will be held in the school’s greenhouse. The show will feature 41 species of butterflies.
Overcrowded schools a concern in fast-growing Riverside South-Findlay Creek
Riverside South-Findlay Creek has a new name and will have a new councillor on Oct. 24.
Somerset Ward: Downtown, diverse and densely populated
What you need to know about Somerset, ward 14 in Ottawa, going into the 2022 municipal election.