Carleton researchers offer a vision for the future of outdoor dining in Ottawa beyond the pandemic
Researchers at Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism came up with outdoor dining solutions for Ottawa restaurants.
Explainer: Breakthrough infections often mild for fully vaccinated individuals, expert says
Capital Current explains why breakthrough infections (COVID-19 infections occur in fully vaccinated individuals) and what the consequences are.
Explainer: Vaccine passports spark debate about a two-tier society
As warnings of a potential fourth wave crop up across Canada, some provinces are opting for vaccine passports to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Canadians looking for flexibility in choice of work locations, survey finds
Angus Reid survey shows Canadians would prefer flexible work locations when returning from COVID-19 pandemic.
Carleton University to require vaccinations for students living in residence, playing sports, music participation
Carleton University will require students to be fully vaccinated with an approved vaccine if they are living in residence, or participating in sports and music activities.
Organizations fear Ontario’s investment to reduce surgical wait times will endanger patients because of nursing shortage
Ontario nurses are concerned that the province’s plan to accelerate surgeries and testing procedures to clear a pandemic backlog will out patients at risk because of a shortage of nurses.
Ottawa volunteers driven to help eliminate vaccination barriers
Volunteers in the Ottawa community have been working to help eliminate barriers for those booking and getting transportation to their vaccine appointments. On July 26, the city reported that 70 per cent of Ottawa residents over age 18 have received both doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. Still, navigating online…
Frustration brewing as border confusion continues for people in Niagara region
Even though Canada will allow fully vaccinated Americans to visit starting Aug. 9, there is still frustration and confusion about who can cross.
Hardest hit and last to recover: Ottawa Tourism launches #Invite2 campaign to help industry recover from pandemic
The #Invite2 campaign encourages locals to invite out-of-town friends and family to Ottawa to help the tourism industry recover from the pandemic.