This cafe is by far one of my favourite hidden gems in the city. It has the most stunning views of downtown Ottawa, as well as delicious foods to snack on. With midterm season in full effect it is so incredibly hard to find a quiet place to study on campus. Anyone that goes to UOttawa knows that FSS is always packed and to get a spot in DMS you have to hover over people while they leave.
If you're on the hunt for a perfect place to chill out and study with your friends, look no further. My good friend introduced me to this gem this year and I am forever grateful. This cafe is located in central downtown and it is pretty hard to find.
Major factors of a cafe's perfection are the music it plays and the snacks it serves. Both play vital roles in my studying routine. If I don't have chill (vocal-less) music I get easily distracted. And without food in my tummy I can barely read a sentence without completely zoning out. This cafe has BOTH making it THE best study spot.
Not to mention the amazing views are totally insta worthy. Head here with your closest friends to study, chat, and gram your break away (s/o to people with 5+ hour breaks... I feel you).
This cafe with stunning views is located in... drum roll... The Rideau Centre. Yep, bet you would have never guessed it! Just a walk away from the UOttawa campus Ève Cafe can be found in Rideau mall. For more information about Ève Cafe, click here.
"It's looking positive to be able to open schools towards the end of May if the rate of COVID continues to come down in our community."
Etches also mentioned that a regional approach might be the best option when it comes to reopening schools across the province.
"What am I encouraged by, is the conversations about being able to open schools is happening and that is something where I think the regional approach is a valid way to go," she stated. "That's the first step, we need to get schools open and then we need to take a look at other measures that could be relaxed."
According to police, Shanks "had previously engaged with the mother of the child on a social media chat group for new mothers and had brought a gift for the mother and newborn at her home" on Friday, just two days before the alleged abduction.
Shanks is said to have "forcefully entered" the Ottawa home using bear repellent spray and abducted the baby, however, neighbours intervened and were able to "detain" Shanks until police arrived.
The baby was given to Ottawa Paramedics and was unharmed, authorities state — investigators also believe Shanks "may have been in contact with other new mothers" in similar social media groups.