In Focus: A ground-breaking Eastern Ontario brewery has solar beer on tap
Welcome to Arbru, where beer is made using the power of the sun.
Beyond the bite: My foodie family helped heal my relationship with food
Capital Current’s Rianna Lim describes how her family’s love of food helped her with her mental health.
How the media’s stereotypical portrayal of East Asian women warped my storytelling
For nine years as a writer, I’ve lived vicariously through the eyes of a white girl. She was always the blonde and blue-eyed protagonist who represented me in every one of my stories. For me, writing a white protagonist was as automatic as breathing. I never questioned why that was.
Panda, parties and police: New study links unruly student behaviour to ‘fear of missing out’
FoMO is a common sentiment experienced by many young people who engage in maladaptive behaviour, which could be explained by a new U.S. study.
Carleton University holds first in-person Remembrance Day ceremony in three years
Carleton University’s close connection with the Canadian military was back on display as the school marked an in-person Remembrance Day since the start of the pandemic.
Witnesses recount devastating impact of Freedom Convoy, lack of police action
Witnesses describe the harassment and anger they experienced during the convoy occupation of downtown Ottawa this past winter.
The 25th Hour: Shiatsu to Soap: Cleansing the Skincare Industry
Debbie Schinzel turned her passion project into an eco-friendly business.
Paying it forward: Aylmer art sale supports music initiative for underprivileged youth
An art show at L’Imagier Galleries in Aylmer raised $3,125 to support the work of Produced by Youth, a community organization that provides free music production workshops for underprivileged youth in the national capital.
Call of Duty: What can young Canadians learn from BTS serving South Korea’s military?
Capital Current’s Ella Milloy argues that some form of mandatory service for young Canadians would be a useful idea.
Canadian Geographic challenges five families to cut CO2 emissions en route to net zero
Canadian Geographic magazine is working with five families to see how much they can reduce their carbon footprints.
War museum offers visitors a chance to immerse themselves in history this Remembrance Day
The Canadian War Museum is ready for in-person attendance for Remembrance Day.