Admission to the NHL-sized rink is free but you’ll need to make a reservation first.
The outdoor market in Ottawa’s ByWard Market is one of Canada’s oldest and largest markets. Open 363 days a year, the market is only closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Vendors arrive early to set up, as seen in Caroline Mercer’s photo essay.
Children of Bodom, celebrating their 20th anniversary tour, made their first tour stop in Ottawa, and it was one to remember. Opening acts included Uncured, Lost Society, and Carach Angren.
Jann Arden brought her Christmas Tour to Ottawa’s National Arts Centre for two back-to-back shows Sunday and Monday evening. The Southam Hall stage was loaded with musicians from the NAC Orchestra, as well as Arden’s core band of five who encircled her up front.
Tiffany Thornton was determined to do what she loved, no matter how hard she had to work for it.
Little Italy’s first ever art and light festival is a free, interactive nighttime festival of large scale games, glow painting, DJs, street performers and more. “We were looking for a way to brighten up November,” says Lori Mellor, executive director of the Preston Street BIA. “Dems & Doll came up with this exciting concept which […]
Adam van der Zwan visited one of Old Ottawa South’s three remaining antique store locations and spoke with the owner, Peter McGregor.
The School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa held a grand opening party for its new location in Little Italy on Friday, November 10. After 12 years in cramped conditions on Dalhousie in the Byward Market, the new custom-designed building opened its doors to the public with a gathering and musical performance by The Peptides.
The Dreadnoughts took over Maverick’s on Friday night with an awesome evening of folk punk music topped off with with an energetic pit.
This weekend, the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa is celebrating the grand opening of a new location at 77 Pamilla Street, off Preston Street in Little Italy.
Three new exhibitions opened on November 3 in the Canadian Photography Institute at the National Gallery of Canada.
Silverstein performed Saturday night at the Brass Monkey.
Rock For Public Services celebrated their 10th anniversary in style Saturday night with amazing performances by The Cooper Brothers, Kathleen Edwards, and Colin James.
The band thanked the large crowd for showing up “on a school night” as they brought the house down with an enthused set.
Re[place] Re[collect] is a project to archive in text and photos the memories and stories of seniors in Ottawa’s rural neighbourhoods. It is led by Brenda Dunn, a local community-engaged artist and local photographer Shawn MacDonell.