Not only is recognizing Ottawa as an officially bilingual city a nod to our French and English heritage, but officially embracing both languages is a symbolic gesture that would come at no additional costs to taxpayers and would not affect jobs.
This November, the Royal Society of Canada (RSC), the oldest scholarly group in the country, will be welcoming University of Ottawa history professor Dr. Chad Gaffield into their midst as their new president.
It’s time that Prime Minister Trudeau puts his money where his mouth is and ratifies the Paris Agreement, puts in place a national policy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and begins phasing out fossil fuel subsidies.
It looks like the great political divide of our age is not left vs. right, or capitalism vs. communism. Instead, it’s all about pro-globalisation vs. anti-globalisation
It's important to make sure that all communities across the country are well informed on the issues at hand—this means bringing proper discussion beyond big urban centres.
What is needed is a widespread review and overhaul of the drug approval process. There are currently too many barriers to developing a new drug and being able to sell it.
Not your typical dating website, Canadian Inmates Connect provides the golden opportunity for prisoners to find that special someone—or even just a pen pal.
Ottawa-Vanier Liberal member of parliament, Mauril Bélanger, passed away on Aug. 16 at the age of 61, after a battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Bélanger attended the University of Ottawa in the 1970s, serving as the 1977-79 president of the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO).