Pet power: My pandemic puppy kept me afloat during a time of loss
I grieved the support network COVID-19 had ripped apart, the company of those I loved most, and the comfort of familiar faces and routines. My pandemic puppy became my lifebuoy.
By Morgane Wauquier, 1 year ago 0 6 min read
IN THE NEWS: Friday, Oct. 1
Capital Current offers morning news highlights
By Morgane Wauquier, 2 years ago 0 2 min read
Capital’s museums not requiring proof of vaccinations – except for dining areas
Many businesses started checking for vaccination on Wednesday as Ontario’s vaccine certificate system came into effect, but Ottawa museums will not be asking for proof of vaccination from visitors entering their exhibitions and galleries.
By Morgane Wauquier, 2 years ago 0 3 min read
Election 2021: A century after founding, Canada’s Communists push reform not revolution
The Communist Party of Canada has been around for a 100 years. Despite its progressive policies, the party has never gained a strong foothold in Canadian politics. Experts and party leaders explain why and what the party is hoping for the upcoming election.
By Tamanna Khan and Morgane Wauquier, 2 years ago 0 7 min read