If you had 1,700 hours of free time, would you spend it knocking on nearly 2,000 doors to get signatures for a petition to lower your neighbourhood’s speed limit by 10 km/h?
As a pharmacist and a concerned mom, I felt the need to write something… I hope these six conversation starters help you.
For those who don’t know, micro-granting is all the rage these days.
“My first thought every morning is to check that Paige is alive,” writes Kanata dad Sean O’Leary in a letter that’s been circulating in recent days on Facebook and through e-mail.
Thousands joined together in downtown Ottawa Saturday for a sister event to the Women’s March on Washington, held in opposition of U.S. President Donald Trump.
On Sunday, February 12th, 3pm, invited musicians of The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, will join the internationally acclaimed Beijing Symphony Orchestra for a musical celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary.
Although it has been groomed for several weeks now, the...
Ottawa Public Health is hoping that Minecraft will lay the building blocks to getting kids engaged in their community and its health.
The concert, called FanFair, is held every year in honour of the orchestra’s favourite charities, the Snowsuit Fund and the Ottawa Food Bank.
The Ottawa company will donate 10 per cent profit from its first product to CHEO.
This year’s drive collected a total of 108,496 food and non-perishable items and $32,315 in cash and food vouchers.
Ric Watson will receive the second-highest civilian award in the province at a ceremony Thursday.
The streets ran red – and black – Tuesday with thousands of fans turning out to a parade in honour of the REDBLACKS’ Grey Cup win.
McDonald recently co-authored the pioneering national study on women entrepreneurs and their approach to risk in partnership with BMO and Carleton University called “A Force to Reckon With.”
These awards recognize Safe and Accepting Schools teams that have demonstrated initiative, creativity and leadership in promoting a safe, inclusive and accepting school climate.
(press release) (Ottawa) -The Ottawa Police Service has arrested a...
The Canadian Association of Disabled Skiers program supports skiers who have various levels of physical and/or developmental disabilities.
Larco Investments Ltd, who represents the owners, says the changes include a smaller footprint, bigger setbacks on the Mackenzie Avenue and Rideau Canal sides and a modified roof.
The Sir John A. Macdonald pathway – great for three seasons a year, almost unused during winter. Dave Adams is hoping to change that.
“Young men and women are some of the most vulnerable members of our community, so we are happy to be part of this initiative to ensure they have proper clothing for the cold weather,”