Ottawa experts skeptical of numbers in the Liberals’ poverty reduction report
Ottawa anti-poverty experts are skeptical of the Liberals’ new Opportunity for All report because of 2016 changes to how the federal government measures poverty rates. They said the numbers are not accurate.
Life as an immigrant on the Ottawa police frontline
Gustavo Lima is living his dream as a police constable in Ottawa.
Unaffordable Designs: Why Ottawa transit planning is bad news for affordable housing
Activists and experts warn that housing will become less affordable in Ottawa as Light Rail Stage 2 unfolds unless the city acts.
Ottawa march on Parliament reminded public of need for national autism strategy
Three days before world autism day, people from across Ontario marched from Barrhaven to parliament hill to request a national autism strategy.
Ottawa Public Health calling for stricter regulations on cannabis edibles to protect children
Ottawa’s Medical Officer of Health has concerns that Health Canada’s proposed edible cannabis regulations aren’t enough to protect children.
Open for business: Inside Fire & Flower one of three cannabis stores in Ottawa
One of three legal cannabis vendors, Fire and Flower, opened its doors to the public on April 1st.
No more free pollution: It’s carbon tax time in Ontario
Untangling the carbon tax.
Pumped up: Ottawa drivers offer mixed reactions to Day One of federal carbon tax
We test the reactions of drivers to the new carbon levy.
Building bridges: Indigenous traditions revived through maple syrup production
Indigenous peoples are reconnecting to the traditions of maple syrup production and collaborating with other producers.
Poor conditions may be more than a bump in the road as pothole complaints soar in Ottawa
Reports about Ottawa’s road surface conditions have soared.
Organizations work to help elderly romance scam victims
March is Fraud Prevention Month, and various organizations are working to reduce senior vulnerability to romance scams through advice and education.