Ontario Summer Indigenous Game to take place in Algonquin Territory – Ottawa this year

The 2022 Ontario Summer Indigenous Games (2022 OSIG) are taking place from July 28-31, in the nation’s capital on the traditional territories of the Algonquin Peoples in partnership with the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation, the Government of Ontario, City of Ottawa, Ottawa Tourism, and the University of Ottawa. An opening ceremony will be hosted […]

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Police Investigating Homophobic Slur At Mayor’s House As Hate Crime

Ottawa Police are investigating after homophobic graffiti was found on the road outside Mayor Jim Watson’s home. Neighbours noticed the slur Sunday morning and called police. Police Chief Peter Sloly tweeted out, “Our Service has no tolerance for hate crimes of any kind. Our Hate Crimes Unit has been engaged and this act, and all […]

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Ottawa Moving To Red Zone At Midnight

Ottawa will be heading into the red zone of Ontario’s colour-coded pandemic framework at tomorrow. Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. David Williams says that through discussions with local health officials, it was decided that further action was needed “to help ensure the continued health and safety of people in the region.” Dr. Vera […]

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Prince of Wales Bridge proposed to be renamed Chief William Commanda Bridge

Chief William Commanda Bridge has been proposed as the new name of the former Prince of Wales Bridge in the Capital. William Commanda served as Chief of the Kitigàn-zìbì Anishinàbeg First Nation near Maniwaki, Quebec between 1951 and 1970. Chief Commanda was known for using his traditional ways to help guide his community. He was a trapper, woodsman, craftsman and […]

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