Pandemic amplifying discrimination, economic disparity faced by new Canadians, people of colour: experts
How the pandemic has made an impact on the social issues occurring in Canada.
Lookahead ’21: 4-H Ontario to boost rural internet links to keep youth engaged through pandemic
The organization, 4-H Ontario, is trying to give rural youth better online access to their programming.
COVID cash: Pandemic pressures may push more women to consider direct-selling opportunities
The pandemic may lead more women to participate in direct selling schemes.
Rise in online gambling has experts warning that the house usually wins in the long run
With online gaming sites gaining traffic over the pandemic, experts say players new and old should proceed with caution.
Faces of change: Farhia Ahmed calls for a restructuring of the criminal justice system
Capital Current continues its occasional series profiling some of the people who are making a difference in our community: When Farhia Ahmed first heard about the death of Abdirahman Abdi, a man from Ottawa’s Somali community who died after an altercation with Ottawa police officers in July 2016, she joined…
Market on the cusp of a makeover with council vote Wednesday
City council to vote on $129 million ByWard Market new public realm plan Wednesday with beautification and and pedestrian priority at the forefront.
The 25th Hour: On parade to beat the pandemic blues
Northern Saskatchewan town finds way to celebrate and connect during COVID-19 by organizing parades.
Centre tries to fill gap in Indigenous language programs in Ottawa
Implementing Indigenous language programs in schools would help with many things, including reconciliation and the preservation of culture.