Virtual theatre and online cooking class: How hands-on college programs are adjusting
The closure of schools in March and the pandemic’s lasting impact are forcing colleges to adjust their programs. But some of the most hands-on college programs are finding new ways to help students learn.
Listen: How we got the story – Episode 5
In this episode of Capital Current: Behind the Story, we hear about the debate around free expression and cancel culture and how the pandemic is affecting the future of affordable housing.
Kettleman’s rolling their bagels down Highway 401 to open Toronto location
The first Kettleman’s location in Toronto is opening soon. Kettleman’s Bagel Co., an Ottawa favourite, is expanding outside Ottawa for the first time.
Listen: How we got the story – Episode 2
In this second episode of Capital Current: Behind the Story, we hear about how face masks might – or might not – affect the way we communicate with others and a new tourism initiative in Ottawa.
‘We’re going as fast as we can’: Etobicoke businesses, public facilities embrace reopening
Peel Region and the City of Toronto’s Stage 2 reopening allows more businesses to open and community centres to begin outdoor activities.
‘Do I pay the rent, do I take the internet?’ Protesters demand free online service
With the pandemic magnifying the need for internet access, ACORN Toronto rallies for Internet for All and the University of Toronto implements a new service to help students.