TikTok Thanksgiving: Concerned Byward store clerk makes a difference
An Ottawa man uses TikTok to rally followers to help the disadvantaged in the Byward Market area.
Liberals’ rent-to-own policy proposal ‘nibbling at edge’ of housing affordability problem: expert
The rent-to-own program proposed by the Liberals may not be enough to make housing more affordable for Ottawa residents.
Charity affiliated with 67’s and Redblacks will carry on work of former Ottawa Senators Foundation
The Ottawa Senators Foundation will close by the end of the year. In anticipation, the charity has transferred its assets to the Ottawa Sports Entertainment Group Foundation.
Equity committee aims to bring diversity and inclusion into the mainstream at Ottawa South Community Association
Organizational equity is more popular than ever, as seen with the newest committee at the Ottawa South Community Association.
First Nations decry impact on their languages as public talks begin on Quebec bill to protect French
This month the National Assembly of Quebec held public consultations on the controversial Bill 96. Minority language advocates point to the bill’s discriminatory nature.