Farmers say they need alternatives if herbicide glyphosate is weeded out
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) labelled glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic to humans.” More than 50 million kilograms of glyphosate were sold in Canada in 2017.
In wake of attack in New Zealand, Ottawa community comes to terms with Islamophobia
The community is coming to terms with Islamophobia.
Ottawa’s top food safety violations: What’s behind the numbers
A Capital Current analysis of food safety data revealed food contamination, food temperatures and poorly equipped premises are the most common violations in the city.
The forgotten faces of death: Ottawa funeral industry workers seek solace in peer support group
People who work in the funeral industry in Ottawa have formed a peer support group to cope with the stress of the job.
Brunt of flu season about to hit Ottawa, says public health
It is not too late to get your flu shot this season, public health officials say. Ottawa Public Health is warning that the flu in the city has not yet peaked and the brunt of the illness is about to hit Ottawa.