Ghostly exhibit at Canadian Museum of Nature explores shadow of extinction hanging over vulnerable species
Shadowland is an exhibition of 15 artworks depicting the bones left by mammals. The series of drawings contain echoes of the slow extinction of species.
Ontario education workers are struggling with workplace violence. COVID-19 didn’t make things better, experts say
The issue is part of a broader trend that has recently gained attention because of a study published by University of Ottawa researchers.
NHL’s handling of sexual assault allegations could guide amateur sports in Ottawa
Minor hockey leagues in Ottawa can learn from how the NHL mishandled the Kyle Beach affair and apply the lessons to their own leagues.
Students left behind: The pandemic has been especially hard on those with learning disabilities
Students left behind, the impact of COVID-19 on students with learning disabilities
For international students in Canada, winter can be a SAD experience
That first winter in Canada can be more than a simple adjustment in clothing for international students. Sometimes they are impacted by Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Home for the Holidays? International students face extra cost to stay in residence over the winter break
The winter break is approaching and with that comes the decision for university students living on campus whether they will travel home for the holidays or remain in residence. But at Carleton University, students’ choices are being swayed by a $250 fee if they require accommodations. Click to read more.
City planning new library for Ottawa’s rural east end
A new library might be coming to Orléans to serve the city’s rural east-end residents.
International students frustrated, struggling after Carleton hikes tuition fees by eight per cent
International students are suffering under the burden of high tuition fees and other costs.
War museum enhances content on Remembrance Day virtual resource to share ‘stories we weren’t telling’
The Canadian War Museum has added new content, including stories of diverse perspectives in Canadian history, to their Remembrance Day online resource.
Students struggle to find an affordable place to live as costs of accommodation soar
As rent prices in Ottawa soar, students are left with few options but to pay the hefty costs of life in the capital of Canada.
Carleton student community seeks answers about suspension of Attendant Services Program
Carleton students are angry about the university’s decision to suspend the Attendant Services Program in fall term for COVID-19 health reasons.
New school year, new classes and new COVID-19 cases
COVID-19 cases are rising, not only in schools but province-wide, generating concerns for students, staff and parents