First time Ottawa South NDP candidate fights for an equitable Canada
First time Ottawa South NDP candidate wants to fight for an equitable Canada, tackle systemic-racism and build an affordable future.
Carleton researchers offer a vision for the future of outdoor dining in Ottawa beyond the pandemic
Researchers at Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism came up with outdoor dining solutions for Ottawa restaurants.
Election 2021: A century after founding, Canada’s Communists push reform not revolution
The Communist Party of Canada has been around for a 100 years. Despite its progressive policies, the party has never gained a strong foothold in Canadian politics. Experts and party leaders explain why and what the party is hoping for the upcoming election.
Pushing the boundaries: City planners need to consider how to make the suburbs sustainable, experts say
Responding to the demand in population growth, cities are expanding outwardly, often at the cost of higher carbon emissions and a loss of biodiversity.
Canadians looking for flexibility in choice of work locations, survey finds
Angus Reid survey shows Canadians would prefer flexible work locations when returning from COVID-19 pandemic.
A Toronto-based group find freedom and friendship on their e-rides
Toronto E-Riders find freedom and friendship online and on the streets.
Online and in-person students in university classrooms cause concerns for teachers, teaching assistants and students
UOttawa and Carleton are offering students the opportunity to take courses online or in-person this fall and this lack of clarity about these options is concerning professors, TAs and some students.
Breaking down perspiration: Carleton professor spends some sweat equity on a book on a very human function
Carleton professor Sarah Evert has written a new book about the amazing science of sweat.