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.
‘Grandma, I’m in jail’: How Artificial Intelligence could reboot online scams
The Instagram account seemed pretty convincing to Marie-Claude Fontaine. Comforting, even. So when the artist behind the account reached out to her via direct messages offering to pay her to be an art model, the 18-year-old student was too excited to be put off. “I was like, ‘Oh my god, that’s really cool.’ I think (the message) said she was…
From bad to worse: Atlético Ottawa pummelled 4-1 at home by Pacific FC
Atletico Ottawa lose 4-1 to Pacific FC and remain winless at the bottom of the Canadian Premier League table.
York United top Atlético 1-0, drop winless Ottawa to league basement
A weekend loss to York United drops Atlético Ottawa into the league basement
Hate on the rise: Advocates say more needs to be done to stem tide of incidents in Canada
Advocates say that more needs to be done to prevent hate crimes in Canada.
Soaring cost of living has food bank use in Ottawa rising to record levels
With rising grocery costs locking more people out of a nutritious diet, rates of food insecurity are soaring across the country.
Atlético Ottawa fans’ group key to building vibrant soccer culture in capital
Fans are helping Atlético Ottawa establish an identity as the team grows its brand in the capital.
Rise in anti-Asian hate feared from ‘election-meddling’ controversy
The concerns raised by allegations of Chinese officials meddling in Canadian elections, is raising concern in the Chinese-Canadian community about rising incidents of racism directed at them.
City approves relaxed guidelines for outdoor commercial patios
Ottawa’s planning and housing committee has approved new outdoor patio guidelines ahead of this summer’s patio season.
Hall of Fame, NHL team up to highlight diversity in sport, inspire youth
Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame and the NHL have created a website that helps showcase athletes who broke barriers during their careers.
Ahead of May 15 start of e-scooter season, disability advocate remains wary
As the City of Ottawa enters the third summer of e-scooters, concerns persist about safety for pedestrians, especially those with visual disabilities.
Living the dream: Ottawa artist Bob Waters celebrates solo exhibition decades in the making
At 68, Bob Waters has finally fulfilled a lifelong dream to feature his art in a solo exhibition.