PSAC begins a new round of bargaining for a contract and marks it with a protest over the Phoenix pay fiasco.
A recent study from Dalhousie University found over 6.4 million Canadians have dietary preferences with meat consumption: either consuming it, replacing it, or avoiding it altogether.
College education continues to prove itself as a successful entrance into the work force even in an increasingly competitive job market.
As the opioid crisis continues to impact Canadian cities, Ottawa’s supervised consumption sites describe how new provincial regulations will affect them.
Far From Home is an exhibition at the Canadian War Museum that features photographs that reveal the diversity of the soldiers who fought in the war.
Nearly a decade of Conservative rule and the unexpected election of Donald Trump in 2016 have had an impact on Canada’s foreign policy agenda.
Hundreds gathered to pay their respects at the National War Memorial on Sunday. Capital Current captured the event in photographs.
Lyme-carrying black-legged ticks creeping closer to the city than ever before.
[Photo Courtesy of By Scott Bauer, U.S. Department of Agriculture]
It will be a busy week as Canada and Ottawa mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
This story first aired on Midweek, CKCU FM on November 1, 2017 By Bronwyn Beairsto In the hills behind Whitehorse, one can hear the ubiquitous Yukon melody: the howls of dog teams. I was home for a couple of weeks in October, doing school research in the country’s northwestern corner,…