In focus: The first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Photo story from the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation taken by the Carleton School of Journalism’s fourth-year photojournalism students.
Reporter’s Notebook: Covering controversy in a smaller community
Covering anti-mask protests in my hometown has challenged my reporting skills.
Fiscally united, socially divided: Federal Conservatives struggle to maintain harmony in party’s ‘big tent’
The Conservative Party of Canada is navigating a tricky political path as new leader Erin O’Toole seeks to attract centrist voters while not alienating social conservatives.
Shopify shuts trend-setting workspace and Ottawa’s downtown real estate market is rattled to core
Shopify leads the retreat from Ottawa’s office real estate market. How many will follow their lead?
Emmy winner Annie Murphy launched acting life at Elmwood
Annie Murphy, member of Schitt’s Creek’s cast, won Best Supporting Actress in the comedy category at the 2020 Emmy Awards.
Rising hydro prices across Ontario creates opportunity for Quebec industries
Gatineau has historically attracted energy intensive industries, in part because of cheap hydro power.
Behind the scenes at the curling club: making sure the ice is nice
After every time the ice is used, some form of maintenance is needed to prepare for the next curling match. Almonte Curling Club is no different.
Disease and urban stresses claim 25 downtown trees
While trees in downtown Ottawa have now donned their yellow, orange and red leaves, 25 lifeless trees were removed in late September and early October by the National Capital Commission. Half had died because of Dutch elm disease, and others because of “urban and environmental stress,” according to the NCC. Among the removed trees were 14 elms, five lindens, four maples,…