Sobey Art Award shortlist features diverse group of talented artists
Born in Sudan, Azza El Siddique makes art inspired by the ancient Egyptian and Nubian mortuary temples that are part of the artistic and cultural heritage of her homeland. Her installations, according to the New-York based non-profit Amant, address “the manifestation of mortality, science, mythology, and spirituality in systems of power.” And the work has also captured the imagination of the judges of the Sobey Art Award,…
Self-publishing trend surges amid pandemic demand for new literature
Self-publishing is gaining traction as writers turn away from traditional publishers and take charge of their own books.
Road warriors: Drivers during power outage experienced accidents, flashing lights, reckless behaviour and lots of traffic jams
Driving through power outages can be both frustrating and educating. Read to find out more about the driving experience during a power outage.
Pressure mounts to put Indigenous languages on federal election ballots
The push is on to include Indigenous languages on federal election ballots.
Ottawa Riverkeeper, museum scientists probe life-cycle link between lake sturgeon, endangered mussel
Scientists are probing the depths of the Ottawa River to solve a mystery about the crucial relationship between an endangered species of mussel and a giant, ancient fish. The river is home to the Hickorynut mussel, which was officially designated an endangered species in Canada in August 2019. In hopes of raising awareness of the threatened species and to better…