On the road again: Canadian trucker finds border crossing easier even despite COVID-19 restrictions
As they provide an essential service, Canadian commercial truck drivers continue to navigate COVID-19 restrictions as they are brought forward.
City’s environment committee pushes for more details, reassurance about Chalk River nuclear waste projects
The City of Ottawa’s environmental protection committee wants Canadian Nuclear Laboratories to do more to ensure the safety of the Ottawa River before it begins two planned nuclear waste projects near the main source of drinking water for the national capital and many other communities downstream of CNL’s Chalk River…
Virtual health care has become a lifeline during pandemic and likely beyond: experts
Pharmacies and other healthcare providers are going virtual to provide accessible healthcare for Canadians during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It’s been good for us to learn how to adapt:” Religious leaders reflect on the second Holy Week under lockdown
Religious leaders find silver linings and deep meaning as they celebrated holy days during the lockdown.
100 years of history: Lunenberg celebrates The ‘Queen of the North Atlantic’
One hundred years ago the Bluenose began its journey into history. This year celebrations will honour its place inNova Scotian and Canadian history.
Socially distanced or virtual, youth activists deliver their message on Global Day of Climate Action
Activists put the annual Global Day of Climate Action online this year because of COVID-19 restrictions.
Pandemic pressures: “Thrifting” on the rise saving money and the environment
Thrift shopping has increased in popularity since the pandemic began, especially with young people.
Post-secondary students hoping for a rebound in the summer job market
As COVID-19 vaccinations continue across Canada and beyond, many students are hoping this will mean the summer job market will be less terrible than it was in 2020. Although the number of students hired this year has rebounded slightly, employment among young people is still far lower than it was…