Panda, parties and police: New study links unruly student behaviour to ‘fear of missing out’
FoMO is a common sentiment experienced by many young people who engage in maladaptive behaviour, which could be explained by a new U.S. study.
Witnesses recount devastating impact of Freedom Convoy, lack of police action
Witnesses describe the harassment and anger they experienced during the convoy occupation of downtown Ottawa this past winter.
In Focus: An historic Ottawa military unit honours Canada’s fallen on Nov. 11
The historic Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa is one of the most noticeable units during Remembrance Day commemorations.
Paying it forward: Aylmer art sale supports music initiative for underprivileged youth
An art show at L’Imagier Galleries in Aylmer raised $3,125 to support the work of Produced by Youth, a community organization that provides free music production workshops for underprivileged youth in the national capital.
Call of Duty: What can young Canadians learn from BTS serving South Korea’s military?
Capital Current’s Ella Milloy argues that some form of mandatory service for young Canadians would be a useful idea.
Canadian Geographic challenges five families to cut CO2 emissions en route to net zero
Canadian Geographic magazine is working with five families to see how much they can reduce their carbon footprints.
Laine Johnson, College Ward’s new councillor, wants safer streets and more accountability
Newly elected in College ward, Laine Johnson says she’s ready to fight to improve the lives of Ottawa citizens.
Clarke Kelly, new councillor for West Carleton-March, has roads on his priority list
The new councillor of West Carleton-March wants to address key issues in his rural home.
IN FOCUS: Carleton’s first butterfly show since the pandemic features dozens of species
The Butterfly Show welcomed the public into Carleton’s butterfly house, or lepidopterarium, to showcase this year’s selection of butterfly species.
Alleged attack on non-binary firefighter sparks scrutiny of anti-LGBTQ+ hostility
Charges of hate crimes against two Ottawa firefighters indicates a wider concern facing non-binary individuals.
War museum acquires three Victoria Crosses from First World War
The Canadian War Museum acquires three more Victoria Crosses awarded to Canadians for bravery during the First World War.
Women’s walkathon aims to create safer neighbourhoods and battle violence
The walkathon encourages Ottawa residents to take pictures of community safety concerns.