These monthly lectures bring together leaders, experts and the public to share knowledge and ideas about how to build a great capital.
The Odawa Native Friendship Centre’s newest program is called Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin (“I am a kind man”), and is geared toward bringing Indigenous men together to work against all forms of violence against Indigenous women.
This March is intended as a first step, and more will have to be done to make it not just welcoming to everyone, but to make sure those in the minority have a chance to lead, to take direction, and to point out what needs to happen next.
The Women’s March on Washington might seem like a strange name for an Ottawa event, but this March is one of several hundred being held in solidarity across North America this Saturday.
On this week’s episode, we take you on an uplifting journey with the sounds of local trance DJ Sheridan Grout. We also hear from Sheridan and from Zach Princi, the owner of the entertainment and lifestyle company, Eephorea, in anticipation of their upcoming event “Cirque”.
The Education and Public Programs department at the Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) has developed a new youth council, stArtup, geared towards involving youth ages 17-25 in the gallery’s programs and operations. Doug Dumais, OAG Education Assistant and one of the stArtup coordinators, said that the youth council’s aim is “to open up the gallery to […]
The way to combat ignorance, hate, and bigotry is honest reflection and action; connecting with our neighbours, and offering compassion and kindness.
Registered participants will be toured through the offices of local startups, giving interested talent, community builders and curious residents a chance to peek behind the curtains of some of Ottawa’s most innovative companies.
Ottawa Therapy Dogs, a not-for-profit organization that provides animal-assisted therapy, will host 4 Dog Night: A Musical Dogumentary, on Saturday, November 26, at the Hellenic Centre.
LocalTalks is a speakers series promoted as “a monthly gathering for local small business owners, makers, bloggers and entrepreneurs”.
The Witches’ Gathering, a charity ball and Samhain celebration, has been a mainstay on the Halloween circuit in Ottawa for almost 20 years.
Over its ten years of existence, Martini Madness has raised over $250,000 in support of Crohn’s and Colitis Canada research.
A series of events discusses topics like food security & ethical eating, and showcase local producers.
Adulting can be hard, but it does come with some advantages. You can do things your parents told you not to, like eat cake for breakfast, talk to strangers, and play with sharp objects.
“We thought of Adbirahman Abdi and the intersections of his identity. He was a black man. He was a newcomer. He had a mental illness.”