After season of stumbles, ‘youthful’ Ravens back to No. 1 as playoffs begin
The Carleton men’s basketball team holds a dynasty that no other team in USports or NCAA has ever seen. With almost half of the roster being rookies, will the team still be able to prove their dominance in the sport?
Ottawa Turkish community grateful for donations to earthquake survivors
Ottawa’s Turkish community is collecting essential items for earthquake survivors with hundreds of contributions from across the city.
With Wellington set to reopen to traffic, Ecology Ottawa touts car-free, cyclist-friendly vision
Several groups are pushing to have the section of Wellington Street in front of Parliament Hill remain closed to vehicle traffic.
After NAC protest and scuttled parade, Winter Pride celebrates 2SLGBTQI+ unity with Ice Party
Ottawa’s 2SLGBT+ community and their allies celebrated in solidarity at an Ice Party on the Rink of Dreams outside City Hall last Sunday. This outdoor dance party provided the community with a safe space to assemble and party amidst the recent backlash for Winter Pride’s Drag Storytime.
Kindness, for free: Ottawa buy-nothing group rallies to change ailing man’s life
Local Ottawa man receives support from FaceBook giving group.
High-tech vehicle theft challenges car owners, manufacturers, police
Car theft is soaring, statistics show. Capital Current offers some tips on how to protect your ride.
Intense frustration: Heron Park community concerned about growing garbage, pests and parking problems
Heron Park community concerned about growing densification and the concerns that it creates such as garbage, pests and parking.
Wellington Street to reopen for cars, but critics still push for vehicle-free zone
The future of Wellington Street will continue to be debated long after it reopens to vehicles in March.
Love hurts: Inflation drives up price of flowers ahead of Valentine’s Day
Floral price inflation may impact how you spend your money this Valentine’s Day.
People’s Commission report decries ‘human rights failure’ in convoy chaos
The Ottawa People’s Commission report condemns all three levels of government for failing to prevent the human rights abuses that took place during the so-called Freedom Convoy.
Bytown Museum to reopen in May with exhibit on historic blazes in Ottawa
Opening in May a new in-person exhibit at the Bytown Museum will examine 10 big fires that shaped the city we know today.
Committee approves apartment expansion despite outrage in Sandy Hill
Despite strong opposition from Sandy Hill residents, the City of Ottawa’s planning and housing committee has approved a zoning bylaw amendment allowing a developer to more than double the number of units in an existing apartment building. The approval, which critics say will further inflate the population of temporary, transient tenants in the area, will be considered for approval by…