Number of police-reported sexual assaults soared in 2017, Statistics Canada says
Ontario ranks fourth among provinces and territories to experience an increase of sexual assault reports following the #MeToo era.
Fillings or finances: Changes to OSAP are worrying students in Ontario
Will the Ontario government’s changes to OSAP make university more affordable? This story breaks down what these changes will mean for students.
NCC considering land use in latest phase of Gatineau Park Master Plan review
In a public consultation on Feb. 20, the National Capital Commission unveiled Phase 3 of the Gatineau Park Master Plan.
Fridays for their future: Ottawa sisters call for federal climate action
Two Ottawa sisters are making their voices known by protesting against the lack of environmental action by the federal government.
Vaccination rates still high, despite Ottawa student suspensions
Ottawa vaccination rates for elementary and high school students remain above average according to Ottawa Public Health.
United We Roll ready for day two of protest in Ottawa
United We Roll, a pro pipeline protest group arrived in Ottawa on Feb. 19, after traveling thousands of kilometres in a convoy.
Chainsaws and cheer: A day with an outdoor wood carver at Winterlude
Josh Dagg turns a wooden log into a work of art, in front of audiences in Jacques Cartier Park in Gatineau.
Carleton’s e-sports community looking to grow one click at a time
A look into the growing competitive video game communities at Carleton and in Ottawa
Ottawa councillor Jeff Leiper suffers a heart attack while shovelling snow
Ottawa Paramedic Services warns of risks and signs of heart attacks after large snowfall Wednesday.
Closure of Parliament’s Centre Block changing tourism in Ottawa
With the Centre Block of Parliament being closed for the next decade, Ottawa’s tourism industry is changing the way people visit Parliament and Ottawa.