Federal warning for 2SLGBTQ+ Canadians headed to the U.S. a small positive step, community members say
Some 2SLGBTQ+ Canadians are rethinking their plans after the federal government advised caution when travelling to the United States.
New Carleton reporting award honours slain Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
Carleton University unveils a new scholarship in honour of the slain Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
Canadians concerned about Chinese influence on 2021 election, survey shows
A new study from the Angus Reid Institute has found Canadians believe China may have interfered in the most recent federal election.
Fitness tax credit would motivate Canadians to get active, say gym owners
Joining a gym and getting fit should be supported by a tax credit, argues the Fitness Industry Council of Canada.
The Rideau River is feeding one Syrian family’s Canadian dream
Omar Masri and his family are six of 1.3 million immigrants who came to Canada between 2016 and 2021. Now, they’re working to make a life in their new home.
Groups challenge federal import ban on rescue dogs as anti-rabies measure
The Canadian Food Inspection Agenc declared a ban on commercial dog imports into Canada on Sept. 28 2022 to prevent the spread of rabies. Animal rescue groups are challenging the ban.
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.
Voters back centrist Sutcliffe as city’s next mayor in watershed election that sends 11 newcomers to council
Broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe is Ottawa’s next mayor in what is being called a watershed election for the city.
Inflation drops with rising interest rates, but high prices still prove challenging for many
Inflation continues to affect people and businesses while also examining what inflation is, what caused it, and what solutions are available to lower it back to normal levels.
Trolls are targeting journalists — and women and racialized reporters bear the brunt of their hate
The connection between the anti-media rhetoric employed by politicians and the increasingly hostile reporting environment cannot be understated.
Edibles have cannabis poisonings in children on sharp rise, expert warns city health board
As Health Canada reviews cannabis legislation, expert warns that cannabis poisoning in Canadian children may get substantially worse.
Poilievre’s appeal to young voters may be key to electoral success, experts say
If Pierre Poilievre can draw young voters, it could boost the Tories in the next election.