Beechwood’s National Day of Tribute prepares National Military Cemetery for Remembrance Day
Volunteers gathered at the Beechwood Cemetery Friday morning to help landscape the cemetery ahead of Remembrance Day.
Project in Old Ottawa South piloting a way to retrofit and improve comfort in older homes
A pilot project in Old Ottawa South is aiming to provide the information homeowners need to properly retrofit their century-old homes.
More access to mental health services vital to meet increased demand during pandemic, say advocates
This year’s World Mental Health Day highlighted inequities that exist in the health-care system about accessing services for mental health. Here is what advocates in Ottawa have to say.
Ottawa police boardroom, city park renamed to honour ground-breaking Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook
A boardroom at Ottawa Police headquarters and a park in the Sandy Hill neighbourhood have been renamed to honour the legacy and life of Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook.
Canada’s pledge to cut methane emissions at COP26 offers hope despite the country’s history of missed targets
Canada pledges to reduce methane emissions to combat climate change after it is cited as a “top concern” for Canadians.
International students frustrated, struggling after Carleton hikes tuition fees by eight per cent
International students are suffering under the burden of high tuition fees and other costs.
As poppy campaign marks 100 years in Canada, Ottawa philanthropist remembered for pioneering veterans’ aid
The annual poppy campaign owes much to a caring and committed Ottawa philanthropist, Lillian Bilsky Freiman.
War museum enhances content on Remembrance Day virtual resource to share ‘stories we weren’t telling’
The Canadian War Museum has added new content, including stories of diverse perspectives in Canadian history, to their Remembrance Day online resource.