Remembrance Day in COVID times: Watson pays city’s respects at smaller, safer local ceremonies
This Remembrance Day has been a different one for veterans and the public.
Podcast: The COVID Chronicles, final episode
In this last installment of the pandemic podcast, find out more about the third year Carleton students behind this project, as well as their reports on life under quarantine.
Podcast: The Corona Chronicles, episode 2
Follow these journalism students to explore how the the COVID-19 pandemic is having an impact on the health care system and local business, as well as how local communities are coping.
A crafter’s life: As winter sets in, Amanda Carrigan picks up her knitting needles
In a world mostly concerned with getting product to market quickly, there are some who still take the time to create something by hand. Spinners, knitters and textile crafters continue to create beautiful and unique mittens, scarves and sweaters for sale. Most crafters begin as a hobbyist before developing it into a business. Amanda Carrigan, a spinner, knitter and dyer…
Carleton not banning vaping yet as disturbing health issues arise
Responding to recent reports of vape-related lung illnesses and deaths in the U.S. and Canada, Carleton University’ s policies on vaping will continue to align with government regulations and won’t — at least for now — include the kind of campus-wide prohibition being implemented by other universities and colleges. Carleton’s director of environmental health and safety, Nancy Delcellier, said the…
Tory Jamie Schmale keeps lock on long-held riding
ELECTION NIGHT UPDATE: Conservative incumbent Jamie Schmale, who has held the Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock seat for eight years, registered a relatively easy win over second-place finisher Judi Forbes of the Liberals. NDP candidate Barbara Doyle finished a distant third. The Conservative Party wants to retain Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock, a riding it has held for 15 years. Conservative Jamie Schmale has been the…