A fresh approach to student housing that combines real estate investors, highrises, public transit and one of Ottawa’s hot spots for condominium development is set to launch Sept. 985 more words
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How long, I say to my lunch mate, do you think John Westhaver was in Ottawa before he knocked on the door at CKCU?
“Hmm,” he hums, and munches his lunch, “a couple of weeks?” 943 more words
on the floor a puzzle piece
of blue sky
Today a puzzle piece takes over. It’s the perfect poem for today as the sun has relented a little and we are not sweltering, but upon my opening Taj’s masterful rendering of Grant’s poem, the sky has become blue again. 433 more words
A public consultation about the police method of street checks Friday afternoon left some attendees disappointed over its structured format that left no time to discuss issues such as racial profiling. 429 more words
Think of an idea. Come up with a prototype. Win business awards. Reinvest in the product. Lather, rinse, repeat.
That was the path to success for Nick May, a 27-year-old Ottawa entrepreneur who turned his high school idea of a shaving gel in bar form into a product that’s taken the personal hygiene world by storm. 552 more words
Michael Runtz wears many hats. He’s a much-decorated Carleton University professor, a biologist, writer and photographer but first and foremost he is a passionate naturalist who has studied and written about moose, wolves and now beavers. 1,246 more words