Security concern growing for Ottawa mosques and Muslim community
The London, ON, terror attack that resulted in the deaths of four members of the Muslim community has prompted a heightened concern about security in Ottawa’s community.
Places of worship in Ottawa looking forward to in-person services
Faith leaders in Ottawa are getting ready to welcome back congregants inside their places of worship.
COVID consequences: Ontario arts organizations rally against “unfair” reopening restrictions
Arts groups across Ontario are expressing concern about the province’s reopening plan and the limitations it places on performance.
Faces of change: Farhia Ahmed calls for a restructuring of the criminal justice system
Capital Current continues its occasional series profiling some of the people who are making a difference in our community: When Farhia Ahmed first heard about the death of Abdirahman Abdi, a man from Ottawa’s Somali community who died after an altercation with Ottawa police officers in July 2016, she joined…
Giving birth during the pandemic a ‘lonely’ experience, mothers say
Physical distancing restrictions and strict hospital policies have made giving birth during the pandemic an isolating experience, some mothers say.
Ottawa’s online students brace for the isolation of a long winter
The isolation of online learning during the pandemic is have a negative impact on the mental health of students.