Experts call for more resources after Mental Health Act service calls jump during COVID-19
The number of service calls under Ontario’s Mental Health Act has jumped during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In focus: The first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Photo story from the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation taken by the Carleton School of Journalism’s fourth-year photojournalism students.
Transportation committee OKs low-speed vehicles on Ottawa streets
The City of Ottawa seeks to allow testing of low-speed vehicles as a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in neighbourhoods.
Sexual violence crisis at Western University raises concerns over campus culture across Canada
Following the news, concern over campus safety has soared. “It could have just as easily been my campus,” says student.
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation offers hope for healing, speaker says
As part of Canada’s First National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Carleton University welcomed Tim O’Loan, member of the Dene Nation.
Indigenous arts group urges solemn remembrance of lives lost on first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
An Indigenous arts group is urging Canadians to observe the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation as a day of remembrance, like Nov. 11, for the hundreds of lives lost in residential schools. As Canada marks the first national day Thursday, the Indigenous Arts Collective of Canada is hosting…
For LGBTQ+ Arab youth finding identity and acceptance is a complex struggle
LGBTQ+ Arab Canadians face many hurdles in finding acceptance of their sexuality.
Innovative Indigenous-led housing project set to rise beside Vancouver’s Burrard Street Bridge
Known as Senakw, the 12-tower housing development will mark a major milestone for Indigenous urban planning in North America.
Capital Pride is underway with virtual and in-person events highlighting #WeStillDemand
Capital Pride 2021, running from Aug. 22 to 29, celebrates Ottawa’s LGBTQ2 community with virtual and in-person events.
Election 2021: A century after founding, Canada’s Communists push reform not revolution
The Communist Party of Canada has been around for a 100 years. Despite its progressive policies, the party has never gained a strong foothold in Canadian politics. Experts and party leaders explain why and what the party is hoping for the upcoming election.