War museum offers visitors a chance to immerse themselves in history this Remembrance Day
The Canadian War Museum is ready for in-person attendance for Remembrance Day.
Alleged attack on non-binary firefighter sparks scrutiny of anti-LGBTQ+ hostility
Charges of hate crimes against two Ottawa firefighters indicates a wider concern facing non-binary individuals.
War museum acquires three Victoria Crosses from First World War
The Canadian War Museum acquires three more Victoria Crosses awarded to Canadians for bravery during the First World War.
Having diabetes means battling the disease — but also misinformation
Diabetes is a common disease affecting 1 in 3 Canadians, but what do people really know about it?
Put it in Park: Ottawa’s e-scooter rental program is wrapping up, some hope for good
Ottawa’s e-scooter rentals ran a third pilot program this summer claiming to have many changed. Accessibility concerned committees disagree.
Downtown clinic for refugees at full capacity for past year, waitlist stretched to nearly 800
The Ottawa Newcomer Clinic has been at capacity since American troops pulled out of Afghanistan in the summer of 2021, triggering nearly 700,000 Afghans to flee the country and seek refuge elsewhere. The number of clients the clinic saw increased five-fold over August and September last year and they now have a waitlist of nearly 800 people waiting for an initial medical assessment.