Inclusion week panel at Carleton hears about the need for open dialogue
A panel discussion hosted by Carleton University’s School of Social Work stressed the need for need for an open dialogue between different people offers a path to a less confrontational and more open community.
Carleton, union return to bargaining as strike approaches end of first week
With a strike by contract instructors and teaching assistants at Carleton University approaching the end of the first week, both parties announced that they were returning to the bargaining table April 1 and that they had agreed to a neutral third-party mediator. Picket lines have been set up since Monday, March 27, when the strike was declared by CUPE 4600,…
Critics urge effective action as Carleton University reviews sexual violence policy amid what is called an epidemic of sexual violence on campuses
After a surge of cases of sexual violence at Western University, many survivors, organizers, and activists at Carleton University decided a change was needed there too.
BIPOC students want action at Carleton’s J-School, not just words — and I’m one of them
While it’s nice to see Carleton University’s journalism programs vowing to make courses more inclusive for BIPOC students, we need to see action first.
Birds are good for your mental health, study shows
A study conducted in 100 Ottawa neighourhoods shows birds has a positive influence on residents’ overall satisfaction with living environment.
Crime in Capital Ward has candidates talking safety
Data from Ottawa police showed a significant increase in assaults, sexual assaults and robberies in 2017 from the previous year and the ward’s five-year average.