Ontario throne speech addresses stresses in health care, workforce, housing and transit
The Progressive Conservative government announced Ontario’s plans for the next term of government in the throne speech.
IBPOC music professionals need more representation and inclusivity in the industry, panel says
IBPOC music workers gathered at the National Gallery of Canada to recommend improvements for an inclusive live music industry.
The code that broke the internet: The aftermath of the Rogers outage may force online companies to rethink how they do business
The Rogers internet outage has shaken the confidence of users.
Men’s U23 fast pitch nationals begin in Carp on the third swing
The national fast pitch tournament began in Carp after two years of COVID-19 cancellations.
Keep online learning an option, Carleton law professor says
A Carleton University professor said online learning can be convenient for students with work or COVID concerns.
Sports scholars call on Canada to fix men’s hockey culture
Sports culture experts from 21 universities wrote an open letter saying sexual violence in hockey is systemic.
Farmers hit Ottawa streets to protest climate crisis limits on use of fertilizers
Farmers are protesting limits on the use of fertilizers that can cause emissions of nitrogen that can contribute to global warming.
Climate crisis: Federal 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan focuses on oil and gas sector
A consultation process is underway to examine the oil and gas sector’s role in greenhouse gas emissions while the federal government gives sector more time to adapt.
Jazz hands all around: Toronto’s Beaches festival makes musical return after two-year pandemic pause
Toronto’s Beaches Jazz Festival closed on a high note this past weekend.
A quiet start as Hells Angels roll into Whitby for annual Canada Run event
About 1,000 members of the Hells Angels have rolled into a small southern Ontario community to mark the Canada Run 2022.
Climate change and children’s rights: Canada urged to take bigger steps in the right direction
Children are calling for Canada to include them in climate policy decisions.
It’s back: Federal government reinstates mandatory random COVID-19 testing Canadian airports
The federal government will start random testing at four airports starting July 19.