In the News: Thursday, Aug. 20
OCDSB to stagger back to school. A formal complaint was lodged regarding councillor’s comments against the Black Lives Matter movement. All that and more in today’s roundup!
In the News: Wednesday, Aug. 19
Chystia Freeland appointed as new Minister of Finance. Ottawa Teachers are requesting accommodations. And about 40 per cent of Ontario parents will not have their children return to school this year. That and more on today’s news round up.
In the News: Tuesday, Aug. 18
Bill Morneau resigns following COVID-19 policies and tension with Prime Minister Trudeau. Two weeks left until the one time child funding application due date. And more Canadian homes are bought in the month of July than any other month in the past 40 years. That and more on Today’s news round up.
In the News: Monday, Aug. 17
A hacker hijacks thousands of CRA accounts. The City of Ottawa is already shopping for a Christmas tree. And Highschool back to school plans are changing again in Ottawa. That and more on today’s news round up.
In the News: Friday, Aug. 14
Ontario Education Minister addresses back to school plans criticism. Ottawa can look forward to a new expansion plan for the Chateau Laurier. And marijuana edibles are hospitalizing children in Canada. That and more on today’s news round up.
In the News: Thursday, Aug. 13
MPP MacLeod in police protection after “threatening emails.” Carleton criminology department to end co-op placement with police and prisons. All that and more in today’s roundup!
In the News: Wednesday, Aug. 12
OPH preparing teachers and parents for back to school. Proposed bylaw would set a minimum standard for Ottawa rentals. All that and more in today’s roundup!
In the News: Tuesday, Aug. 11
MP Catherine McKenna verbally assaulted. Ontario’s new COVID case count rises back to the 100s. And the Ottawa school boards announces back to school plans. That and more on today’s news round up.
In the News: Monday, August 10
A chickenpox outbreak in CHEO. Canadian Army Veterans walk 175 km to raise money for wounded warriors. And thousands protest against masks in Quebec. That and more on today’s news round up.
In the News: Friday, Aug. 7
Elementary school moms and teachers demand smaller classes during the pandemic. The Toronto Maple Leafs face defeat in Thursday’s playoff game. And Ontario and Quebec experienced a network outage Thursday afternoon. That and more on today’s news round up.
In the News: Thursday, Aug. 6
The last Parliament Hill cat lives to see another day on the hill. Scientists hypothesize what may have caused the explosion in Beirut. And scientists around the world are rushing to get a vaccine out for COVID-19. That and more on today’s news round up!
In the News: Wednesday, Aug. 5
People take a photo project public on Instagram to shift the perception of Black men in west-end Ottawa. Alberta mandates masks for students from grades 4-12 when school reopens. To read more, check out today’s “In The News.”