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Traffic calming pilot project isn't working, say Othello Avenue residents

Traffic calming pilot project isn't working, say Othello Avenue residents

Residents say speeding is still a big issue on the Alta Vista street despite the $3,500 pilot project. “One death is too many,” resident Michael Fournier said.
Not just a churro cart anymore, La Catrina bringing even more Mexican flavour to ByWard Market

Not just a churro cart anymore, La Catrina bringing even more Mexican flavour to ByWard Market

Midweek Mugging: Owners Diana Martinez-Ortega and Ulises Ortega started with a churro cart in 2013, but have now expanded into a full café.
Ottawa survey finds high numbers of LGBTQ youth, Indigenous and veterans in homeless population

Ottawa survey finds high numbers of LGBTQ youth, Indigenous and veterans in homeless population

The survey was conducted over 24 hours in April and found 24 per cent of Ottawa's homeless identify as Indigenous, five per cent are veterans.
Ottawa's Culture Kombucha giving back to community through fermented tea

Ottawa's Culture Kombucha giving back to community through fermented tea

Midweek Mugging: Owner Wentsi Yeung said she decided to start her own kombucha brewing business after falling in love with her first sip of the fermented tea drink.
Ottawa Free Tours telling the city's more "colourful" stories

Ottawa Free Tours telling the city's more "colourful" stories

Midweek Mugging: Ottawa Free Tours founder André LaFlamme said he wants to tell the kinds of stories that aren't in history textbooks, from when Ottawa was considered one of the "sketchier" cities in North America.
14.6-million specimens on display at annual Canadian Museum of Nature open house

14.6-million specimens on display at annual Canadian Museum of Nature open house

The annual open house was a chance for people to see the active research that goes on behind the scenes of the downtown Ottawa museum and some of the 14.6 million specimens in its collection.
Candidates debate solutions to Ottawa gun violence in Gloucester-Southgate debate

Candidates debate solutions to Ottawa gun violence in Gloucester-Southgate debate

“We all want to be safe where we live, this is a complex issue, it’s not an easy issue to get the tiger by the tail, we have to work together,” said incumbent Diane Deans.
Ottawa's Really Horrible Enterprises bringing life to homemade food and drinks

Ottawa's Really Horrible Enterprises bringing life to homemade food and drinks

Midweek Mugging: Todd Chambers' business began by making homemade vanilla extract which would sell out at craft shows. He explained, it’s a simple process to steep vanilla beans in alcohol for six months, but nobody else was taking the time to do it.
Candidates talk housing and transit costs, Salvation Army shelter at Rideau-Vanier Ward debate

Candidates talk housing and transit costs, Salvation Army shelter at Rideau-Vanier Ward debate

Candidates agreed the city needs more affordable housing and ways to improve public transit
Ottawa business making "weird and different" preserves with local fruits and veggies

Ottawa business making "weird and different" preserves with local fruits and veggies

Midweek Mugging: Jargon Preserves Co-founder Blake Williams said the business is a creative outlet for him and he hopes people use their preserves to make something even tastier.
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