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.
RoseAnne Archibald becomes first woman to lead Assembly of First Nations
Roseanne Archibald of Ontario becomes the first woman to lead the Assembly of First Nations.
Intentions and hesitancy: Social media, family, friends among key reasons influencing Indigenous Peoples’ choice to get vaccine, survey shows
A survey on Indigenous People’s vaccines intentions and hesitancy showed that friends, family, coworkers, community leaders and social media influence the willingness to get vaccinated.
Cross-border travel not a priority for Canadians, survey shows, but local mayors beg to differ
A recently released survey shows Canadians and Americans agree the international border should not open immediately.
Easing of border restrictions in July will bring relief to some fully-vaccinated travellers — but others must wait
A 24-hour journey turned into a 96-hour ordeal for Atul and Avikam Nagar when they returned to Canada from India on June 16. The father and son had to travel through a third country and take three COVID-19 tests to make it back to their home in Ottawa, since direct…
Why does Canada hide its shameful history and its consequences for Indigenous Peoples
Travelling was my hobby before I emigrated to Canada. During my trips both within and outside of my home country, Bangladesh, I always tried to taste local and regional food to appreciate the culture of the place I visited. Naturally, I looked for Canadian food when I arrived in 2016….
Canada embarking on a slow journey to allow fully vaccinated people to travel, Trudeau says
The federal government is moving forward cautiously to reopen borders and allow fully vaccinated Canadians to travel, the prime minister said Friday.
Some South Asian parents find they face a tricky navigation as they adapt to Canadian norms
The challenges faced by South Asian parents in Canada where parenting style, religious and cultural values are different from their home countries.
Restaurant owners cautiously optimistic about summer as patios open to customers
Restaurant owners in Ontario are expressing cautious optimism the province reopens after a difficult third wave of the pandemic.