Embracing human resilience: COVID-19 taught me about depression — and how to find my flow
Two years of pandemic loneliness has helped Capital Current’s Brynn Brieda handle her pre-COVID mental health issues.
University of Ottawa launches new centre to research racism in healthcare systems — and to create change
UOttawa establishes a research centre looking at impacts on the health of Black Canadians.
CAMH launches online tool to improve care for youth with depression
Canadian youth living with symptoms of depression can receive proper and effective care with CAMH’s online tool.
Truth and Reconciliation in focus: Marking a solemn national day of remembrance and hope
Indigenous Peoples and allies gather in Ottawa for a day of reflection and education.
IN THE NEWS: Wednesday, Oct. 13
Capital Current offers morning news highlights.
Annual West End Studio Tour brings artists, art lovers together in COVID-safe event
WEST brings community together for 26th annual studio tour.
CityFolk, Bluesfest a ‘kick off’ for Ottawa fall festivals
Live music return to Ottawa with a successful opening weekend at CityFolk followed by a weekend of Bluesfest.
Meditation as medication: Youth can benefit from ancient methods of mindfulness, say experts
Mindfulness and meditation are being used at home and in school settings for the benefit of the children.
Good trick: Magicians in Ottawa and beyond have learned how to deal with the pandemic
Ottawa-based magicians are transforming their careers during a year of COVID-19.
Ontario government OKs new multi-service healthcare hub at CHEO
CHEO is set to build new hub, combining services from seven different clinics and offices across Ottawa.
University students and faculty call on Ontario government for adequate funding and support
Both students and faculty of universities in Ontario are concerned with the quality of their education during the pandemic
Ontario’s opioid crisis worsens as pandemic deepens: experts
As the pandemic rages, Ontario is seeing another crisis grow — that of opioid overdose deaths.