LGBTQ2S project wants to bring students and seniors in Ottawa under the same roof
By connecting mature students with senior citizens, a homesharing pilot project will connect students seeking affordable rooms to rent with seniors living alone.
Students turning to mental health apps as therapeutic tools
Mental health apps are on the rise, and more students are beginning to turn towards them to help with their mental illness.
A Capital Current special report: Indigenous justice
Carleton journalism students examine the impact of the 20 year old Gladue decision on the treatment of Indigenous Peoples in the justice system.
No more free pollution: It’s carbon tax time in Ontario
Untangling the carbon tax.
Pumped up: Ottawa drivers offer mixed reactions to Day One of federal carbon tax
We test the reactions of drivers to the new carbon levy.
Building bridges: Indigenous traditions revived through maple syrup production
Indigenous peoples are reconnecting to the traditions of maple syrup production and collaborating with other producers.
Organizations work to help elderly romance scam victims
March is Fraud Prevention Month, and various organizations are working to reduce senior vulnerability to romance scams through advice and education.
Gift from the heart: Maximizing the blood supply in Ottawa
Rain or shine, there are different challenges to maintaining a national blood supply throughout the year. Organizations like Canadian Blood Services and blood distribution organizations are central to ensuring its availability to those in need.
Privacy concerns at the Ottawa Hospital prompt questions from the federal Privacy Commissioner
The Ottawa Hospital has taken down a camera that was filming people in a radiology waiting room in the General campus. The placement of the camera has come to the attention of the federal Privacy Commissioner.
Public servants ask Trudeau government to take more actions to fix Phoenix disaster
Public servants are protesting three years of Phoenix.
At a loss for words: Digital content strains weighing on libraries
Libraries across Canada are struggling to keep up with steep prices of digital content set by multinational publishers. As a result, authors and patrons are impacted.
Chainsaws and cheer: A day with an outdoor wood carver at Winterlude
Josh Dagg turns a wooden log into a work of art, in front of audiences in Jacques Cartier Park in Gatineau.