Report by Ontario judge says carding doesn’t deter crime
Ontario Justice Michael Tulloch reports that carding is ineffective.
Elgin closes to traffic in 2019 as the city completes second phase of street’s renewal
Elgin Street will be getting a facelift in 2019.
CHEO scientist one of 103 named to Order of Canada
The Governor General appointed two Companions, 15 Officers and 86 Members.
Survival of the Sedate: Being slow in the animal kingdom has benefits
This new exhibition at the Canadian Museum of Nature is showing people that living slow in the animal kingdom can be the best form of survival.
Public offered a chance to comment on Health Canada regulations for cannabis products
The federal government has laid out its plans to regulate cannabis edibles and other products.
Stiffer distracted driving laws go into effect on Jan. 1
The province is toughening the penalties for distracted driving.
‘It gets overwhelming’: Accessible parking abused most at Ottawa’s shopping centres
Capital Current tracks the abuse of accessible parking spaces by people are not disabled.
Chasing unicorns: Clive Doucet’s latest book offers view of life from grandfather’s perspective
Clive Doucet has published a new book about being a grandfather.
Capital Pride moves into winter with five-day event during Winterlude
Capital Pride is expanding into winter with a five-day party called WinterPride