Feeling the heat: Are Canadian doctors ready for the rising tide of eco-anxiety?
Amid soaring rates of eco-anxiety driven by climate change, Canadian health-care professionals have been pushing for more support in addressing this new mental-health challenge. A growing number are also calling for a significant rethink of how medical education is delivered, arguing that the new field of “planetary health” should be an integral part of medical training and residencies – a measure many medical schools have recently adopted.
Sloppy defence costs Titans the win in series finale against Washington
A brutal fifth and sixth inning, plus a misplay in the ninth, cost Ottawa a series win against the Washington Wild Things.
Ottawa BlackJacks hope ex-NBA talent will lead way to 2022 CEBL championship
The Ottawa BlackJacks are looking forward to a new season of great basketball in the capital.
Carleton’s MJ class explores COVID-19’s ‘novel times’
Students from Carleton University’s Master of Journalism program have worked tirelessly over the past few months to produce an array of multimedia news and feature stories that chronicle this unusual moment in the life of Canada and the world. The stories are collected at The Novel Times. All of the articles at the website have been made possible thanks to…
Canada’s Borer War: Ottawa on front line in fight against ash-killing beetle that has wiped out 50,000 trees
Ottawa’s war on the Emerald Ash Borer enters a new phase.
The Eyes That Bind: Non-verbal communication in the age of COVID-19
A woman who wears a Niqab, a man who’s deaf, an actor,a psychotherapist and a researcherweigh in on communicating with concealed faces. Have you ever heard of a Duchenne smile? While an ordinary smile might be bound to the mouth, the Duchenne goes beyond, incorporating other parts of the face to great effect. “It’s the difference between somebody who smiles,…
Signs and sounds from Edmonton’s Fight for Equity anti-racism rally
Nearly 15,000 gathered on the grounds of the Alberta legislature in Edmonton Friday evening for a Black Lives Matter protest. Organizers said the Fight for Equity rally aimed to spark awareness and conversation about racism, inequality in the justice system and police brutality. Here are some of the signs and scenes from the mass demonstration, along with audio clips capturing…
In photos: No Peace Until Justice march filled downtown streets
Protestors gathered in Ottawa on June 5 for an anti-racism march in light of the recent death of George Floyd.
Indigenous Art and Entrepreneurship Conference works to preserve tradition, empower women
The annual Indigenous Art & Entrepreneurship brought both Indigenous and non-Indigenous people together to learn and admire Indigenous art forms.
Art Battle brings out local artists and hidden talent
Artists battle it out to win prize money and the title of best artist of the night.
The ‘hidden languages’ of Italy survive in Ottawa
More than 25 regional dialects exist within Italy, and Canada is a hotspot for these minority and regional languages, says Paul Rausch.
Ottawa’s JW-Jones talks about fatherhood and performing with blues legends
JW-Jones is juggling fatherhood and a successful career as a blues guitarist.