The University of Ottawa has launched a new “wellness centre” devoted specifically to meeting the often-underreported health needs of musicians. The centre, led the university’s School of Music and Piano Pedagogy Research Lab, will help musicians with everything from repetitive stress injuries to hearing loss and performance anxiety. It’s open toRead More →

Ontario’s education minister is giving money to school boards to handle students on the autism spectrum who will be transitioning into the school system as part of the PC’s policy changes. Lisa Thompson, MPP for Huron-Bruce, made the announcement in downtown Ottawa Monday morning. It comes after criticism from education groups, includingRead More →

An Ottawa women’s right advocate says the verdict in a high-profile sexual assault case involving two former University of Ottawa hockey players could discourage victims from coming forward.  ​A judge delivered her decision Monday and found Guillaume Donovan and David Foucher not-guilty of sexual assault after a trial earlier this year. The two men were charged afterRead More →