Stamp of approval: Chris Green’s passion has become his career
Chris Green started collecting stamps as a child. But he never lost the passion and today he runs his own business buying and selling stamps.
CHEO scientist one of 103 named to Order of Canada
The Governor General appointed two Companions, 15 Officers and 86 Members.
Canadians are wasting food and losing money, study says
The National Zero Waste Council says consumers account for nearly half of all food wasted in Canada, an issue that costs the Canadain economy as much as $100 billion a year.
Installing child car seats correctly saves lives, experts say
The Ottawa Safety Council offers weekly car seat installations to teach proper techniques to the 70 per cent of caregivers who don’t know how to install their child’s seat properly.
Survival of the Sedate: Being slow in the animal kingdom has benefits
This new exhibition at the Canadian Museum of Nature is showing people that living slow in the animal kingdom can be the best form of survival.
Public offered a chance to comment on Health Canada regulations for cannabis products
The federal government has laid out its plans to regulate cannabis edibles and other products.
Stiffer distracted driving laws go into effect on Jan. 1
The province is toughening the penalties for distracted driving.
‘It gets overwhelming’: Accessible parking abused most at Ottawa’s shopping centres
Capital Current tracks the abuse of accessible parking spaces by people are not disabled.
Employment record checks by Ottawa police to rise up to $90 each in 2019
The fees police charge for background checks will rise.