Podcast: The COVID Chronicles, final episode
In this last installment of the pandemic podcast, find out more about the third year Carleton students behind this project, as well as their reports on life under quarantine.
Podcast: The COVID Diaries, episode 1
As people are being urged to stay home during the COVID-19 outbreak, Carleton journalists find a way to continue reporting on the biggest story in a generation.
Chronic pain patients pay as opioid prescription rates fall, doctors say
Opioid-related deaths are climbing and chronic pain patients are suffering despite drop in opioid prescription rates in Ontario.
Feminist fair-goers explain what feminism means to them
We asked people at the Feminist Fair why feminism matters to them, and they gave us their answers.
Local vegan film festival set to ramp up global profile
About 100 vegan and vegan-curious people attended the second annual Ottawa International Vegan Film Festival at Ben Franklin Place in Nepean on Oct. 6 to see a selection of the best vegan-themed films of the year. And if the festival’s founder follows through on his plans, the event — which has already had some international exposure, including screenings in Berlin…
Gatineau man recalls terrifying memories one year after devastating tornado
Gatineau man tells his story of the Ottawa-Gatineau tornado and speaks of his experience with relief efforts following the devastation in his community.
Liberal Greg Fergus triples vote counts of top two rivals
Hull-Aylmer has been a Liberal bastion for decades.