‘Cooking Together’: Ottawa chef and local non-profit develop unique class for people with disabilities
Told by doctors he would never work again, Troy Stewart is now teaching an online cooking class for Ottawans with disabilities.
Agriculture museum staff prepare for crowds returning to popular Experimental Farm attraction
People walk through the Central Experimental Farm in droves through the pandemic, but lockdowns kept them out of the museum. This spring, museum attendance is once again set to flourish.
Ontario announces new elementary STEM curriculum, adds coding and trades
The Ontario government announced a new science and technology curriculum this week that includes mandatory coding for Grades 1 to 9 and promotes the value of the skilled trades.
Protecting the peat: Conservationists have bought a bit of the threatened Alfred Bog
Conservationists have announced the purchase of a small chunk of the environmentally sensitive and important Alfred Bog east of Ottawa. Capital Current explains the implications. The purchase will help protect the largest remaining chunk of privately owned peatland in southern Ontario’s largest bog – but it’s still a tiny fraction of a rapidly shrinking ecosystem