Speaking up: Focus groups aim to improve equity, diversity and inclusion in residence life at Carleton University
Students are leading the charge when it comes to improving equity, diversity, and inclusion within Carleton University’s residence community.
Students and teachers hope Carleton’s signature on the Scarborough Charter will improve inclusion on campus
Carleton and Nipissing have joined 40 other colleges and universities across Canada in signing the Scarborough Charter, a document that vows to end rhetoric about combatting racism and promoting action.
The COVID-19 puzzle: Job seekers flock to some positions while others remain unfilled
While a local retail store booms with employee applications, other sectors are experiencing a candidate shortage.
CAMH launches online tool to improve care for youth with depression
Canadian youth living with symptoms of depression can receive proper and effective care with CAMH’s online tool.
Carleton students push university to divest funds from fossil fuels investments
Carleton students want the university to follow the lead of other institutions and pull its endowment funds from fossil fuel investments.
Rise of Omicron: Carleton students fear all classes could go online in winter term
The emergence of the COVID-19 Omicron variant has raised concern amongst students in the Carleton community as the winter term approaches. With a new variant on the rise, there are worries that the winter term may be at risk of returning fully back online. For some students that can be a troubling reality.
Retying an old string: Immigration challenges, looking to the future and reconnecting with the past
Every immigrant knows what it’s like to be caught between two worlds. But sometimes, the costs can be heavy.
This year’s Hanukkah festivities were a “light into the darkness” amid rise in anti-Semitism in the city
The menorah lighting at City Hall on Nov. 28 marked the start of this year’s Hanukkah festivities in Ottawa, as a symbol of light and hope for the Jewish community after several instances of anti-Semitism rocked them earlier this fall.
Canadian Uyghurs bring their fight against China’s genocide to Parliament Hill
Canadian Uyghurs continue to raise awareness of the plight of the people enduring a genocide in concentration camps in China.
‘Pride, Not Prejudice’ provides safe space for feminist vendors, progressive advocacy groups
Local Ottawa Business creates craft show for marginalized creators to showcase their work.