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.
Ottawa plows through snow removal budget six years in a row
City of Ottawa exceeds snow removal budget year after year; 2019 has already seen record snowfall, will the draft budget address these problems?
City staff, councillors remain skeptical keys to LRT will be handed over March 31
There is a lot of skepticism about RTG’s ability to meet a March 31 deadline for handing over the keys to Light Rail to the City of Ottawa.
Breaking barriers: New Ottawa study aims to empower those battling addictions and homelessness
People experiencing homelessness are facing barriers entering the workforce. A new study aims to find solutions from within the community.
Carleton announces five-point plan to help prevent future false alarms
The president of Carleton University has announced a five-point plan to ensure that the kind of false alarm of an active shooter that panicked the campus recently doesn’t happen in the future. Carleton University’s president Benoit-Antoine Bacon said in a statement issued Monday that the error on Jan. 28 occurred after a “wrong computer key was hit” and sent out…
New exhibitions at Carleton’s gallery aim to serve campus and civic communities
The winter season at the Carleton University Art Gallery features three exhibits centred around themes that connect the university campus to the wider community.
An Amber Alert for dementia sufferers needed, say caregivers
Six in 10 people diagnosed with Dementia will wander at least once.
Exhibit to show off a artistic side of Canada’s prime ministers
A new exhibit at Library and Archives Canada features Canada’s prime ministers as creators, muses, and collectors of art.