The CNE is back and packed with happy patrons enjoying the food, the fun and the fair
The CNE has made a triumphant return to Toronto, Capital Current finds.
“Be Somewhere Else”: Lush Cosmetics has decided to leave four major social media platforms
Lush announced on Instagram that the company would be taking a step back from four major platforms in all 48 countries where it operates.
Come on Barbie, let’s go party: Mississauga hosts the World of Barbie
The World of Barbie exhibit in Mississauga features a life-size experience of Barbie products, says Capital Current writer Celia Bildfell.
Welcome to Adaawewigamig: New store in Byward Market offers a cultural touchstone for Indigenous youth
The Assembly of Seven Generations hosted celebrations in Byward Market for National Indigenous Peoples Day and their new store front.
Ottawa’s e-scooter rollout now on track for summer and fall after delay
After a delay caused by a review of concerns about safety, Ottawa city council has confirmed it will be continuing its e-scooter program for summer and fall seasons.
Roll With It: The digital future of Dungeons and Dragons in a post-COVID universe
The resurgence of Dungeons and Dragons sparked the development of online versions of the venerable game often played in the past in person.
Road warriors: Drivers during power outage experienced accidents, flashing lights, reckless behaviour and lots of traffic jams
Driving through power outages can be both frustrating and educating. Read to find out more about the driving experience during a power outage.
Social media shift: App is gaining in popularity because of the desire to ‘BeReal’
The social media app BeReal is rising up the charts with a promise of spontaneous, candid images.
Cancer and alcohol: Advocates push the need for warning labels to help consumers choose safely
The debate is now on about the efficacy of warning labels about health risks on alcohol products.
After virtual events, Vanier Sugar Festival looks ahead to in-person celebration — and rebuilt shack — next year
As April brought warmer (and muddier) days to Ottawa, it also brought an age-old Canadian tradition that one urban sugar shack has been continuing in the capital for 37 years now: the production of maple syrup.
Couponing can help inflation-weary consumers keep money in their pockets, say discount hunters
Rising prices are posing a real problem for many households, but experienced couponers say that there are ways to save through the many offers made available by sellers.