The 25th Hour: Hauler turns its creativity to a new way of touring during pandemic
When COVID-19 hit, Celtic band Hauler had to cancel their tour and find new ways to promote their first album.
‘It’s crucial that we get it right’: Quebec minister says confident in province’s new plan to reopen schools
Mandatory masks, classroom bubbles await Quebec students when they go back to school on Aug. 31, however, not everyone is in favour of this plan.
Ottawa figure skaters put a new spin on their passion as training restarts
Parking lot warm-ups, cancelled competitions and physical distancing: Ottawa’s figure skaters adjust to new reality.
Listen: COVID-19 prevents altruistic retired Ottawa nurse from donating kidney
Margaret Lerhe is no stranger to altruistic gestures. She tried saving Corporal Nathan Cirillo’s life after he was shot in 2014. Now she wants to donate her kidney, but the pandemic is getting in her way.
Unhappy campers protest Liberal government, COVID-19 measures
Since Canada Day, members have of the Canadian Revolution have been protesting against the Liberal government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.