Quebec rodeo festival welcomes visitors for first time since pandemic began
The 53rd edition of the Festival Western de Saint-Tite came to an end last week with strict COVID-19 countermeasures in place.
Young socialists plan to ‘Fightback’ for radical change amid frustrating state of post-election Canada
Fightback Ottawa gathered at the Avant-Garde Bar in Ottawa to discuss the failures of capitalism three days post-election.
Democracy on display in controversial pandemic election that changed little in Canada, Ottawa
Capital Current captures the images of the federal election in Ottawa.
Ottawa artist’s portraits reveal personal stories of Second World War
Ottawa’s own Elaine Goble was present at the opening of her newest exhibition, “Homage,” which features portraits of Second World War veterans and survivors. The collection is on display at the Canadian War Museum.
Living legacy: One Ottawa family takes Terry Fox’s message of hope to heart
Tom Lingard and his family take part in the Terry Fox Run every year, but this year was different.
For LGBTQ+ Arab youth finding identity and acceptance is a complex struggle
LGBTQ+ Arab Canadians face many hurdles in finding acceptance of their sexuality.
Behind closed doors: The labour shortage in food service industry is about more than the Canada Recovery Benefit; it’s about bad working conditions
Many say the federal benefits such as the Canada Recovery Benefit are keeping restaurant workers off the job but workers like Rachel Morgan says it’s also about poor or even toxic work environments.
First time Ottawa South NDP candidate fights for an equitable Canada
First time Ottawa South NDP candidate wants to fight for an equitable Canada, tackle systemic-racism and build an affordable future.
Explainer: Brain-machine interfacing could change the way we interact with the world and with ourselves
Capital Current explains what brain-machine interfacing is and how it could change the way we interact with the world