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Thursday, April 24, 2014
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Group pushes for more public toilets
By Taylor Craig

Toilets are a growing topic of discussion in Ottawa following the GottaGo! Campaign’s push for the implementation of more public facilities.

Bluesfest collaboration aims to draw younger audience
By Melissa Novacaska

A hint of nostalgia and a dash of discovery are this year’s main ingredients to Ottawa’s Bluesfest, one that will have more than enough music and memories for everyone hoping to attend. Organizers say they’ve made special effort to include musical suggestions from young people with the formation of a student panel, but also hope to keep older fans excited by pulling popular acts from past decades.

Glebe Collegiate gets grant to improve student physical activity
By Brock Wilson

Glebe Collegiate Institute is one of three Ottawa schools that have received a $20,000 provincial grant to improve students’ physical activity.

Mental health program for GLBTTQ youth wins CHEO award
By Baden Russell-Petigrow

Growing up can be tough on any kid, but for GLBTTQ youth, it can be even more challenging. That’s where Building Capacity for GLBTTQ Youth Mental Health comes in. The program runs out of the Centretown Community Health Centre, and provides specialized counseling to youth who struggle with their mental health.

CCHC breaking down barriers for transgendered patients
By Zandile Chiwanza

Centretown Community Health Centre is taking the lead in eliminating barriers in trans-health after a study by Trans PULSE project revealed transgender Ontarians are avoiding public spaces because of the impact of transphobia on their daily lives.

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