The Ottawa music scene is undergoing a slow revolution to more clearly and firmly establish itself as a place where misfits of all kinds—not just the white, cisgender, straight ones—can feel safe and welcome.
The Canadiana Project features a series of short web documentaries, each one focusing on a specific story from Canada’s past.
Jessica Moss and Her Harbour perform this Monday, December 10 at General Assembly.
Timsle is a new app that helps people stay accountable and take care of themselves by connecting with friends known as accountability buddies.
Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication has launched an online news publication, Capital Current.
Soul band Slack Bridges are taking their show to one of the biggest stages in the city with a concert at the National Arts Centre on December 7, 2018.
There’s a free show on Parliament Hill this week. La chanteuse Ariane Moffatt va donner un concert gratuit à Ottawa ce mercredi soir.
On the last weekend of The Late Late Show tour, The Beaches brought their A-game to the Bronson Centre Theatre.
Boko Bakery was packed as the family owned business served its last batch of cookies, ending 36 years in business. We talked to owner Yoko Sakiyama.
Ottawa based artist Drew Bernard will be having a solo show at the quaint and charming Irene’s Pub in the Glebe from December 3 to January 5. The vernissage is Monday, December 3.
This week, Asim and I met in the Carlingwood Mall to relive our childhoods and take in the holiday festivities.