Registration Opens January 31 for Ottawa-Carleton Virtual (OCV) School for the 2023-2024 School Year

Registration Opens January 31 for Ottawa-Carleton Virtual (OCV) School for the 2023-2024 School Year With planning underway for September 2023, we wanted to share that OCV Elementary and Secondary schools will be accepting registrations for the 2023-2024 school year. For some families, OCV has been and will continue to be an important choice for their … Read more

Police unit officers who allegedly beat US man Tyre Nichols belonged to disbanded after death

The SCORPION unit, launched in 2021, was tasked with tackling rising crime in the city, but has been heavily criticised in the aftermath of the 29-year-old man’s killing. Nichols was brutally beaten on January 7 after a traffic stop. He required hospitalisation and died on January 10. The five Memphis officers who were fired and … Read more

Opinion: Building more homes isn’t enough – we need new policies to drive down prices

Brian Hagood is a principal of CAB Architects in Toronto. Since the housing market’s peak last February, home prices in Canada have fallen 23 per cent. But for the average Canadian household, rising interest rates have made housing affordability continue to worsen, nevertheless. The problem, of course, is gravely serious – it wastes our capital, … Read more

CF to build Rideau Registry apartments at Ottawa’s Rideau Centre mall • RENX • Real Estate News Exchange

Rideau Registry is a 21-storey multiresidential tower being constructed at the CF Rideau Centre in Ottawa. (Courtesy Cadillac Fairview) Most major urban centres in Canada are hampered by insufficient rental inventories with scant solutions on the horizon, but as Cadillac Fairview is demonstrating in the nation’s capital, creativity is a welcome first step to solving … Read more

Australian Open director Craig Tiley calls on tennis, other sports to do more to support Ukrainian athletes

Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley has urged the tennis world and other sports to do more to support Ukrainian athletes in the midst of the ongoing war with Russia. Key points: Craig Tiley says speaking to Ukrainian players during the Australian Open convinced him they need more support amid the war with Russia The tournament … Read more

PM visits shops, dines with families on Melbourne visit

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has met with young families and stopped for brunch at a cafe on his weekend visit to Melbourne. Mr Albanese was out and about again in the city’s northern suburbs on Sunday, after he arrived in Melbourne on Saturday to attend the Lunar New Year Festival in Box Hill. The Prime … Read more