Effective September 26, all adults aged 18 and over are eligible to receive the bivalent booster dose which may offer more targeted protection against the Omicron variants.
The months ahead are expected to include circulation of several respiratory illnesses that may once again challenge systems with absenteeism and serious illness.
Two mosquito testing pools indicate WNV is present in Ottawa; these are the first positive testing pools since the annual monitoring season began June 1, 2022.
The City of Ottawa has released some schedule and City service changes that will take effect this Labour Day.
The Canadian Cancer Society is searching for volunteers willing to offer their free time, kindness, and compassion for the Wheels of Hope volunteer driver program.
Packing a child’s lunch box can be one of those challenging things, especially if you have a picky eater. Many families struggle with picky eaters…
Health Canada is warning consumers about counterfeit BTNX Rapid Response COVID-19 antigen rapid test kits (25-pack boxes) that have been found in Ontario.
(Meet Rider one of the many Canadian Guide Dogs in training. Photo: Canadian Guide Dogs) Own a motorcycle? Ride on your own or with friends to raise money towards the training…
The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following schedule changes and impacts to City services for the Colonel By Day holiday on Monday, August 1.
Councillor Gower provides additional information on the sporadic power outages in south-end Stittsville that have been taking place since June. Please note, Councillor Gower’s next update will return the week of August 7th.
Keeping you informed, some updates from Councillor Gower for this week includes his response to the question asked of him by many residents – Where do you stand on fare-free transit?
More Canadians have been feeling higher levels of stress, especially since the pandemic, and according to research, stress can have an impact on allergy symptoms.
Ottawa Public Health (OPH) is reporting the first lab-confirmed case of monkeypox in an Ottawa resident. . The risk to the general public at this time is very low.
The Province of Ontario has announced the provincial mask requirement on public transit will end on Saturday, June 11, masks will no longer be mandatory on OC Transpo…
Entomologists have indicated that with the milder winters being experienced over the past decade, allow the ticks to survive the season and they are moving further eastward.