The 25th Hour: Quadball: New Name, New Beginnings
For Carleton Ravens Quadball president Darren Bell, the name change his beloved sport is going through is a chance to reach new audiences
The 25th Hour: The Torta Boyz: A Pandemic Success Story
Unlike so many others, the Torta Boyz food truck flourished during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 25th Hour: Shiatsu to Soap: Cleansing the Skincare Industry
Debbie Schinzel turned her passion project into an eco-friendly business.
The 25th Hour: From Stem to Bouquet￼
Gabrielle Hui St-Aubin is expanding her pandemic business beyond her kitchen and into a stall at the Parkdale Market. But behind the beautiful bouquets lies a deeper message.
The 25th Hour: Sustainable Living: Investigating Plastics
Reporter Sedanah Qwai attempts to avoid contributing to plastic waste by recycling dozens of bottles a month. But as it turns out, problematic plastics can complicate this process.
The 25th Hour: Heritage and Sustainability
Are new buildings better than old ones? Perhaps preserving old buildings is better for the environment rather than replacing them with new ones.
The 25th Hour: No more wasted eggshells
Zac Delaney finds out why so many apartment buildings in Ottawa don’t offer green bins to residents.
The 25th Hour: Rewilding lawns to support pollinators
Reporter Tala Muhtadi invests in the environment and learns how to plant a pollinator-friendly garden on a budget.
The 25th Hour: Winter 2022, Episode 2, Investing in our Planet
How each of us can invest in our planet – from rethinking recycling to protecting pollinators.
The 25th Hour: Winter 2022, Episode 1, Creating Access to Community
In the first episode of 25th Hour’s Winter 2022 program, meet people who are working to connect people to communities where they can feel supported as they are.
The 25th Hour: Drag Queen Saltina, Shaking It Up
Saltina Shaker is one of Ottawa’s up and coming drag queens. Outside of performing full time, she also advocates for disabilities online.
The 25th Hour: Building a Birthwork Network
Birthworker Anna Balagtas is fostering an online community of birthworkers who can give affirming and representative support to queer, trans and racialized families.