Torch runner

Rockland District High School education assistant and breakfast program founder, seen here preparing banana muffins for students, has been chosen as a torchbearer for the Pan American Games, and will be running the torch through Kanata on June 30.

Rockland resident chosen to carry Pan Am torch through Kanata

Kanata residents will have the opportunity to watch the Pan American Games torch make its way through their community on June 30 in the...

See More
CHEO launches new initiative to free up ER for urgent patients

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario recently launched its Choosing Wisely initiative, designed to educate parents about what symptoms constitute a trip to the emergency department in hopes of reducing patient wait times.

CHEO launches new initiative to free up ER for urgent patients

Sick or injured patients whose conditions don’t warrant a trip to hospital are clogging up the emergency department at the Children’s...

See More
Race Weekend arrives

The Tamarack Race Weekend is expected to welcome more than 48,000 runners in its races on the weekend of May 23-24.

Field of elite runners grows for Race Weekend

This year’s Tamarack Race Weekend is set to see more elite runners competing in the 10K than ever before, organizers said.

See More
Mini rhubard Pavlovas are a nice light dessert

Mini rhubard Pavlovas are a nice light dessert

Mini rhubard Pavlovas are a nice light dessert

Pavlova is the national dessert of New Zealand, usually made larger than these.

See More
Melnyk recieves liver

Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk underwent a liver transplant on May 19 thanks to an anonymous live liver donor. Melnyk announced that he was in urgent need of a liver transplant on May 14, and put out a call for potential donors.

Sens owner successfully undergoes liver transplant

Five days after announcing his “urgent need” for a liver transplant, Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk had a part of an anonymous donor’s...

See More
Gaelic football scoring points among Ottawa youth

Angela Stevenson, a Gaelic football coach from Northern Ireland, teaches children about Ireland’s national sport during a training session at the Bell Sensplex on April 26.

Gaelic football scoring points among Ottawa youth

Gaelic football for children and teens is on a winning streak in Ottawa. Organizers with the Ottawa Gaels Gaelic Athletic Association and...

See More
Discussing school boundary changes

Members of the public listen to public school board planning manager Karyn Ostafichuk during a public consultation meeting about boundary change and programming proposals for the new north Kanata elementary school, slated to open in Sept. 2016. The meeting took place May 7 at Earl of March Secondary School.

Boundary changes coming to make room for new north Kanata elementary school

Whether north Kanata’s new public elementary school should offer just French immersion or both French and English programs was one of the...

See More
Youth break code of silence at mental-health summit

St. Francis Xavier High School students and teacher Kellie Scrim, front left, take part in the HeadStrong mental-health summit at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre on May 8, organized by CHEO’s Youth Net.

Youth break code of silence at mental-health summit

Youth can play a key role in helping their peers know where to turn for support and show them it’s OK to talk about mental health. This...

See More

Talk To Us

Events In Ottawa Region

Wedding Speeches Made Easy

Fri May 22 | 6:00 PM

Relay for Life Ottawa West

Fri Jun 19 | 6:00 PM

In Your Neighbourhood Today

SPONSORED CONTENT View More

Ottawa Region Top Jobs

Find swimming pools, community centres, and more in your area

Select a Community Listing