Trials show video games have potential to ease Canada’s paediatric mental health-care crisis
As children’s mental healthcare becomes harder to access in Canada, video games could be the solution to getting treatment to kids who need it.
Prince Edward County winegrowers buzzing about exceptional fall grape harvest, post-pandemic rebound
Prince Edward County vineyards had a bountiful 2021 harvest with some of the best fruit seen in 20 years.
Quebec searches for answers to its growing labour shortage
Quebec is wrestling with a labour shortage as the economy emerges from the pandemic lockdown.
Crossing the digital divide: Affordability is key to connecting all Canadians to the Internet, advocates say
Drums and cheering could be heard outside Ottawa City Hall on Nov. 16 as ACORN members and other activists advocated for the recognition of internet access as a human right. As the world moves into a digital sphere, internet rights advocates say many people are being left behind in the…
Canada will never export bulk water to the U.S. — and journalists should stop writing about it
Every couple of years, Canadian media revisits the perennial issue of exporting water to the U.S. Capital Current’s Jonathan Got would like journalists to stop.
Rising gas prices, uncertain future for fossil fuels driving Canada’s trucking industry to electric alternatives
As fuel prices rise, Canada’s trucking industry is moving to electric vehicles to save costs.
Flight prices skyrocket as university students book holiday tickets — or not
Some students are noticing that flight prices are increasing dramatically over the holidays.
As Canada’s coat of arms turns 100, Nunavut MP urges redesign to include Indigenous Peoples, Arctic Ocean
As Canada’s coat of arms turns 100, some say it’s worth revising to be more inclusive of Indigenous peoples..
In focus: Solemn onlookers return to national Remembrance Day ceremony
As COVID restrictions ease, events such as the National Remembrance Day ceremony in Ottawa at the National War Memorial are returning to normal. Capital Current captured the solemn day in pictures and words.
Canada’s pledge to cut methane emissions at COP26 offers hope despite the country’s history of missed targets
Canada pledges to reduce methane emissions to combat climate change after it is cited as a “top concern” for Canadians.