“The first step is education,” said Karen McCrimmon, MP for Kanata-Carleton. “We need to get the youth to have this conversation.”
The Ministry of Canadian Heritage dropped plans in 2016 to issue special medals but did not provide a reason, the National Post reported.
Closing roads to cars doesn’t kill customer flow, it improves it. People like to walk and they will take more pleasure in it when they have more room to do so.
A night of fun turned into a night of disarray for 200 Bluesfest goers who had to be treated by paramedics on Thursday night for a variety of reasons including drug use, intoxication and assorted injuries.
How a local Muslim group thanked Ottawa church for their support in aftermath of Quebec mosque shooting
When six Muslims were killed in a mosque shooting in Quebec, an Ottawa church held a vigil and sent cards to the Kanata Muslim Association. Now, they and other local churches are being thanked.
The legendary Great Glebe Garage Sale is this Saturday, May...
Jane’s Walk is a festival of free neighbourhood walking tours...
Hint: About the same as Mark Borowiecki’s salary.
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?
Franco Vigile believed marijuana dispensaries fell under a legal grey area and expanded his dispensary business over the past few months.
Good shot by Erin Nicks of Pretty Pots in Stittsville.
As a pharmacist and a concerned mom, I felt the need to write something… I hope these six conversation starters help you.
Ottawa Public Health is hoping that Minecraft will lay the building blocks to getting kids engaged in their community and its health.
(press release) The National Capital Commission will recommend the Tunney’s...
The suggestions include “Silas Bradley Park” in Stittsville and “David and Judy Makin Trail” in Dunrobin.
After every major score, a charge will be fired from a Howitzer outside the stadium. No actual rounds will be fired.
The area councillor isn’t sure who put them up or why, but called them “ridiculous.”
Councillor George Darouze launched the petition in March with the goal of cutting the higher prices Hydro One charges residents.
The date of a naming ceremony is TBA.
(press release) (Ottawa) –The Ottawa Police Service Guns and Gangs...