After 2020 call to action from marginalized students and alumni, Carleton’s J-School issues report on EDI progress
Carleton’s School of Journalism and Communication releases a report on equity and inclusion in the school.
Graduating as an international student in Canada: struggle and heartbreak amid unfair obstacles
International students in Canada are struggling to find jobs and pursue their dreams in Canada and immigration policies don’t help.
Critics decry plan to demolish Alexandra Bridge, push for refurbished — not replaced — Ottawa River crossing
The project is still in the pre-planning stages, but PSPC says the Alexandra Bridge is to be replaced within the next 10 years.
Advocates hopeful Ottawa’s new intersection guidelines will improve road experience for all
A report released in early November created a stir among urban planning and cycling enthusiasts, who hope better intersection design will improve road user comfort and safety.
Canada-U.S. border community reflects on the impact of frontier restrictions, longs for return to binational normal
The communities of Stanstead, Quebec and Derby Line, Vermont straddle the international border between Canada and the U.S. Residents told Capital Current of the struggle to maintain their relationships through the pandemic.
Growing business: Ottawa-area farms experienced surge in demand for Christmas trees this year
Christmas trees were in high demand this holiday season, farm owners say
New scholarship aims to support uOttawa’s Black and Indigenous student athletes
A fund created by two former uOttawa Gee-Gees aims to help Black and Indigenous student athletes who are juggling school, work and sport.
New City of Ottawa loan program intended to help residents make energy efficiency upgrades
The City of Ottawa has launched the Better Homes Ottawa Loan Program (BHOLP) to have 98 per cent of existing homes undergo a deep retrofit by 2040.
Night of storytelling about the impact of HIV/AIDS raises funds for local groups, maintenance of memorial quilt
Storytelling evening brings the truth about living with HIV/AIDS to Ottawa.
COVID consequences: Persons with disabilities face new risks and even some rewards sparked by the pandemic
COVID-19 has impacted people’s lives in many ways, especially those who already suffer from inconvenience on daily basis.