Lansdowne food festival celebrates Latin America’s love of tamales￼
Lansdowne Park hosts a celebration of Latin American cuisines and cultures.
Canada’s travel rules change today as 6th wave of COVID-19 underway
Fully vaccinated travellers entering Canada no longer need a pre-entry COVID-19 test.
Ontario rivals, COVID pose challenge as Carleton Ravens aim for 16th men’s basketball crown at Edmonton finals
Carleton University men’s basketball team’s record helps it gain a spot in the Final 8 basketball tournament in. Edmonton this weekend. Other teams and COVID-19 stand to be the team’s foes.
COVID consequences: Annual kilt skate gains popularity despite pandemic
The pandemic has actually worked to spread the word about the Great Canadian Kilt Skate.
This pandemic is f***ing stressful: How swearing can help us cope
Research shows swearing may help us deal with stress and pain. In a pandemic, more people may have benefited from the occasional expletive.
Lifting of provincial mask mandate sparking controversy in Ontario schools
The Ontario government’s decision to end masking in schools has caused controversy as school board, parents and students wrestle with the implications of the change.
After 24 months of pandemic restrictions, are Canadians ready to let go of COVID-19 restrictions? A new study suggests they might be
The majority of Canadians support the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in their province.
Rising costs, slow pace of affordable housing development paint a dire picture in Ottawa
Ottawa’s housing crisis continues to escalate as housing prices rise and the impacts of COVID-19 cause dangerous lasting effects on residents.
Pandemic pressures: Food insecurity in Canada worsening as cost of groceries rises
As a result of problems created by the pandemic, many Canadians are struggling to put good food on the table.
Ottawa restaurants divided on continuing vaccine passport requirement
With vaccine passports now optional, Ottawa restaurants debate whether to keep or ditch vaccine restrictions.