Welcome to Adaawewigamig: New store in Byward Market offers a cultural touchstone for Indigenous youth
The Assembly of Seven Generations hosted celebrations in Byward Market for National Indigenous Peoples Day and their new store front.
Turning a new page: The 20th Toronto Comic Art Festival back in person once again
Thousands of patrons greeted artists and comic books as the Toronto Toronto Comic Arts Festival celebrated its 20th this past weekend.
Ottawa Fringe Festival returns in person to celebrate 25th anniversary
Ottawa Fringe Festival is returning in person after two years to celebrate 25th anniversary.
Back in person, the NAC Indigenous Art Market fosters a sense of community
The NAC Indigenous Art Market allowed culture and community to meet during National Indigenous History Month.
Ottawa’s e-scooter rollout now on track for summer and fall after delay
After a delay caused by a review of concerns about safety, Ottawa city council has confirmed it will be continuing its e-scooter program for summer and fall seasons.
Apathy, fatigue and inequality just some of the reasons for record low voter turnout in Ontario’s election
Many factors contributed to the lowest voter turnout in Ontario election history on June 2.
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.
Sanford ties Frontier League RBI record in Titans’ ninth straight win
Jacob Sanford tied the league record with 10 RBI as the Ottawa Titans won their ninth straight game.
Roll With It: The digital future of Dungeons and Dragons in a post-COVID universe
The resurgence of Dungeons and Dragons sparked the development of online versions of the venerable game often played in the past in person.
Titans win eighth in a row against 0-24 Empire State Greys
Powered by phenomenal starting pitching and just enough offence, the Ottawa Titans won their eighth game in a row with a 3-1 victory on Friday.