Carleton University professor Paul Adams will guide aspiring reporters during a free evening workshop on June 27 at Impact Hub Ottawa (123 Slater St).
This week on the podcast, we interview Steve Arpin, the only Canadian driver racing in the Red Bull Global Rallycross circuit.
On June 15, the National Gallery will open Canadian and Indigenous Art: From Time Immemorial to 1967. This represents the final stage of a complete changeover of its permanent Canadian galleries, with includes the contemporary galleries (Canadian and Indigenous Art: 1968 to Present), and Photography in Canada, 1960 to 2000). It’s huge installation that includes some 800 work.
What if a fragrance could evoke that moment when a woman began to believe in herself and love herself again? And what if each purchase of a perfume supported women recovering from abuse and trafficking? That’s the goal of DIVONA, a new perfume line with a social impact.
The national arts festival will feature more than 1,000 artists at 100 events in June and July.
“The Egyptian Jon Stewart” spoke to Apt613 about Al Bernameg – the most popular political satire show in the Middle East – and how satire can be used as a tool to enact change.
This week on the show, we’re talking with political cartoonist and University of Ottawa professor Omid Milani. We talk about the new documentary Tickling Giants (playing June 7th at the ByTowne Cinema, a presentation of One World Film Festival) and about the importance of satire in defending freedoms.
Let’s imagine you’ve got crystal ball in front of you, and you’re looking into it, and you’re seeing the future of the Prince of Wales bridge – what does it look like?
The Secret Lives of Public Servants explores the creative side of public sector employees outside the work hours of 9 to 5. Given the fact that this sector is the biggest employer in the Country, there are plenty of stories to choose from.
Beau’s community achievements recognized at the United Way’s Community Builder of the Year Awards Gala
Breweries are amazing community partners. Yet even among that esteemed company, Beau’s All Natural Brewery has been setting the standard for more than a decade. On May 18, they were recognized by United Way Ottawa, winning this Community Builder Award. It’s really the perfect award for a company that has always paid it forward the support they have received from their hometown of Vankleek Hill, their greater Ottawa community and the brewing industry.
Williams talks about his journey from England to Canada and the career path that has brought him to Ottawa.
One of Ottawa’s leading, long-time photographers, Paul Couvrette, celebrates 40 years in the art of creating pictures, which he turned into a thriving business that has stood the test of time. He owns and maintains the longest running photography studio in Ottawa, and has run the gamut from journalist, to photojournalist, then to photographer, with enough stories and experiences throughout his long journey to not only fill a book, but a volume of encyclopedias.
The purpose of EthicalTree is simple: an online business directory where people can connect with businesses that sell products and services that align with their personal values. This spans a wide range of choices, including vegetarian/vegan-friendly options, fair trade, organic, woman-owned and more.
The Centretown Emergency Food Centre, founded as the main project of the Centretown Church Social Action Committee, supplies those in need with a 5 day supply of food including ground beef, fresh fruit and produce. This year, their supplies are running low.
By Jacquie Surges What’s in a room? Or, more specifically, what’s in THE room? On May 18, The Cellar Door Project will explore this question with In the Room, a site specific play written about the NAC’s rehearsal hall A. Presented by Ottawa StoryTellers, In the Room marks Cellar Door’s first major show in Ottawa […]