Soft news is big news: So-called ‘feminine’ subjects have major cultural and economic impacts — whether you care or not
Soft news is just as important for society as hard reporting and it’s time it earned the same respect.
French films find new home on Cinessance as francophone service aims to shake up streaming
Seeking out French films has been an ongoing struggle for francophones and francophiles; but with the recent drop of Cinessance, it may become easier.
Ottawa photographers explore mental health issues through a gripping exhibit at SPAO
Stay Silent, Drift Deep is the latest exhibit presented at the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa, and it features mental health-inspired pieces by four local photographers.
Updated Dark Side of Sandy Hill walking tour acknowledged the role played by politicians in creating residential schools, Indian Act
The walking tour is back for its second year, this time with a stronger emphasis on the federal government’s historic mistreatment of Indigenous peoples.
‘The wardrobe of the metaverse’: Digital clothing could be the future of the fashion industry
In the new age of face and body filters, clothing may be next to dominate the virtual world.
These tired eyes: Pandemic seems to be sparking an epidemic of weakened vision
The pandemic is forcing people indoors and onto computer screens which in turn is leading to vision problems associated with ‘computer vision syndrome.’
Local photographer partners with Carleton gallery to provide free portraits for 2SLGBTQ+, BIPOC communities
The Carleton University Art Gallery is conducting its first collaboration with a local photographer to provide free portraits for 2SLGBTQ+ and BIPOC individuals.
COVID cash: Pandemic pressures may push more women to consider direct-selling opportunities
The pandemic may lead more women to participate in direct selling schemes.