It’s a wrap: Spotify’s year-end snapshot of users’ music tastes is a holiday treat
For Capital Current’s Andrea Pulgarin Villasmil, Spotify Wrapped season gives rise to some entertaining controversies online.
War museum volunteer urges more remembrance of post-1945 conflicts
Michael Braham, a retired naval captain and volunteer at the Canadian War Museum, says he believes that Canadians need to pay more attention to the veterans who fought for Canada in wars, such as in Korea and Afghanistan, that happened after the end of the Second World War.
In Focus: Loosened COVID rules complicate return to campus for wary students
Carleton University students return to campus and try to manage the lack of COVID-19 policies as they return to “normal life.”
Policing, housing, urban development among issues for Capital Ward candidates
Capital Ward concerns include policing, transit and affordability.
Ottawa’s e-scooter program returns despite opposition from disability advocates over sidewalk hazards
As the e-scooter pilot program heads into its third summer, accessibility issues persist despite approval from City Council
Algonquin elder, Muslim women build bridges through ‘experiences of racism’
Ottawa Muslim Women’s Organization and Algonquin elder Claudette Commanda are building bridges of understanding among marginalized groups.