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If you’ve been following along, you probably know I recently graduated from uOttawa’s Digital Journalism program. This weekend while I… Read more Still the Best Job Going: A tribute to Carleton Place’s Theresa Fritz and her thoughts on the changing face of Canadian journalism
I can still remember exactly how I felt the first time I ever saw my younger sister Anne-Marie “in action.”… Read more Cold Coffee and Code Blues: Life as a new RN during the COVID-19 pandemic
Under normal circumstances, when the month of May rolls around and the last of the ice clears from the St.… Read more Toronto artist captures stunning Portraits in Isolation for a once in a lifetime ‘window show’
As 25-year-old Corinne Rose made her way into the Pinecrest Remembrance Chapel, she felt her head beginning to spin. For… Read more ‘It could have been any one of us’: Setting the record straight on Substance Use Disorder in the wake of Ottawa overdose deaths
Less than a month after its release date, Ottawa Valley singer-songwriter Danah-Lee’s emotionally charged second album Sunshine & Bonbons has… Read more Ottawa Valley artist Danah-Lee crushes more milestones with second album
As well-known social media specialist Simon Mainwaring famously wrote: “The role of social media is critical because it helps to… Read more #QueerInTheCapital: Exploring Social Media and Queer Identity in Ottawa