‘Backlash’ documentary provides a front-row seat to gendered cyberviolence
Cyber misogyny is an alarming trend of the digital age: community members are calling for increased awareness and education through intentional events, like the screening of Backlash.
Lights out: Ice storm forces always-open Kettlemans to close for a day
For thirty years, hungry Ottawans have relied on Kettlemans Bagel Co. for a 24/7 bite to eat. An ice storm Wednesday took that luxury away.
Ottawa’s patio plan doesn’t protect people with disabilities enough, says Hintonburg community group
Hintonburg Community Association Director Cheryl Parrot made an impassioned plea Wednesday to the City of Ottawa to support people with disabilities, arguing the proposed right-of-way patio design guidelines require a more equity-oriented approach.
As day 10 of Carleton strike looms, workers say they are committed to getting better wages
CUPE 4600 stands with TAs, RAs, and CIs as they fight for fair pay and intellectual property rights. Many have joined them on their quest for improved wages. However, students remain uncertain and stressed about the future of the semester with only days left.
B.C. leads the way with free contraception: Will other provinces follow?
With the B.C. government set to implement their free contraception plan this April, reproductive health activists are leading the push for free access in Ontario.
Ottawa Black Film Festival showcases ‘artistic hub’ of Afro-descendants
The third annual Ottawa Black Film Festival was held March 24-26 as an in-person event for the first time.
A sweet double-double: Orleans café shares niche with a gallery and both benefit
Art of Bean, a popular café in Ottawa since its opening in 2021, also shares floor-space with a local art gallery.
Reimagining the wolf: Museum takes clear-eyed look at misunderstood predator
Canada’s Nature Museum offers a clear-eyed look at wolves and their place in the ecosystem.
It’s a numbers game: Ottawa’s transit reliability not likely to improve without better data, councillor says
University students are increasingly turning away from OC Transpo due to unreliable service, as city councillors try to tackle the issue they are confronted by major data gaps.
Canadians concerned about Chinese influence on 2021 election, survey shows
A new study from the Angus Reid Institute has found Canadians believe China may have interfered in the most recent federal election.
Ottawa Jazz Festival recovering but more international travellers would help
Ottawa Jazz Festival is slowly recovering from the pandemic, but a lack of international tourists is stifling growth.