Chasing wellness: Experts warn consumers to be careful when purchasing products offering path to health
Canadians are seeking ways to improve their health, especially during the pandemic, and one industry has profited from selling products that promise to improve ‘wellness.’ The wellness industry includes such things as personal care, healthy eating, fitness, beauty and self-improvement. These sectors combine to make up the global wellness economy worth about $4.5 trillion. Some products sold by wellness companies…
Increased demand for puppies is leading to rise in dog thefts
Dog thefts are rising as some try to capitalize off the increased demand for puppies.
Council to consider extending closing time for Ottawa patios to 2 a.m. when city enters COVID green zone
Patios will be able to stay open until 2 a.m. once Ottawa enters the green zone, thanks to a new city council vote.
In The News: Monday, Feb. 22
Environment Canada says to expect up to 10 cm of snow starting in the morning, with a high of zero and wind chill -13C. In the evening, there is a 30 per cent chance of flurries and a temperature of -1C, with the wind chill going to -6C overnight Ontario reports more than 1K COVID cases for 4th consecutive day…
In The News: Wednesday, Feb. 10
Capital Current offers some morning news highlights.
Becoming a mother in the age of COVID-19 can be “isolating”
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an upset of routines and traditions, but for expecting mothers and new parents, a pivotal period in their lives has been completely rewritten.
In The News: Monday, Feb. 8
Capital Current offers morning news highlights
In The News: Wednesday, Feb. 3
Morning news highlights from Capital Current
Party in Pink: Carleton sorority combines fun and philanthropy
Sisters of Tau Sigma Phi sorority spent their annual breast cancer awareness week raising money for a local breast cancer charity to continue their 13 year tradition.