Magic Mush: Ottawa’s third psilocybin dispensary opens in Centretown
Canada’s capital has joined the psychedelic renaissance after welcoming its third magic mushroom dispensary after Health Canada opened a narrow window of permissible use of the otherwise illegal drug. Magic Mush opened Nov. 1 on Bank Street between Gladstone Avenue and Somerset Street. The store operates in a way similar to the many cannabis dispensaries in the city. Customers can…
The CNE is back and packed with happy patrons enjoying the food, the fun and the fair
The CNE has made a triumphant return to Toronto, Capital Current finds.
Local Ottawa restaurants struggle to find employees in ‘historic’ labour shortage
Some of Ottawa’s restaurants are having a tough time finding staff due to a labour shortage.
Shawn Menard campaigns for ‘progressive change’ this municipal election
Capital Ward councillor Shawn Menard said he’s campaigning for himself and mayoral candidate Catherine McKenney.
Vanier woman missing for more than 40 years has been located
A woman was located after being missing for 42 years. A detective said it’s never too late to solve these cases.
Come on Barbie, let’s go party: Mississauga hosts the World of Barbie
The World of Barbie exhibit in Mississauga features a life-size experience of Barbie products, says Capital Current writer Celia Bildfell.
The code that broke the internet: The aftermath of the Rogers outage may force online companies to rethink how they do business
The Rogers internet outage has shaken the confidence of users.
Jazz hands all around: Toronto’s Beaches festival makes musical return after two-year pandemic pause
Toronto’s Beaches Jazz Festival closed on a high note this past weekend.
Unclaimed bags, long security lines and flight delays snarling Canada’s largest airport and raising travellers’ anger
Pearson airport chaos has passengers hunting for their luggage and waiting for delayed flights.
Parties and protests as Ottawa celebrates an in-person Canada Day for first time in two years
Canadians protested and partied to mark Canada Day.
Turning a new page: The 20th Toronto Comic Art Festival back in person once again
Thousands of patrons greeted artists and comic books as the Toronto Toronto Comic Arts Festival celebrated its 20th this past weekend.
Ottawa’s e-scooter rollout now on track for summer and fall after delay
After a delay caused by a review of concerns about safety, Ottawa city council has confirmed it will be continuing its e-scooter program for summer and fall seasons.