As we eagerly anticipate the opening of the Rideau Canal for its 47th season, there’s a new skating option in the National Capital Region.
From February 3-5, some of the best male tennis players in the world will be in town when The Arena at TD Place hosts the Davis Cup World Group first-round series between Canada and defending champions Great Britain.
This week on the show, we talk to Ottawa Fury FC coach Paul Dalglish about what their new affiliation with Montreal Impact means for the club, and for soccer in the 613.
Health nuts in the capital will be excited about Your FIt Mind Body, a newly opened fitness studio/vegan eatery in the Crystal Beach area.
The first huge dump of snow usually hits Ottawa around Christmas Eve, and that’s when the rink season begins.
The parade route will start at noon, at the corner of Bank St. and Pretoria Ave, and will continue down Bank Street and into Lansdowne Park.
It’s cold. It’s snowy. The last thing on most people’s minds is getting their next good run in. But Mark Sutcliffe is not most people.
This week on the show, we’ve got local broadcaster, columnist and author Mark Sutcliffe. Recently named to the Order of Ottawa, his new book Long Road to Boston chronicles his journey as an everyman trying to qualify for the Boston Marathon.
The Fury will be playing in the United Soccer League (USL) starting in 2017.
This week on Apt613 Live, host Josh Lemoine interviews Fury FC President John Pugh about what the move to USL means for the future of pro soccer in Ottawa, and talks with RedBlacks lineman (and Ottawa native) Alex Mateas, ahead of their East Division final later this month.
Ottawa Fury FC takes on the Fort Lauderdale Strikers this Saturday, October 29 at TD Place, and the game will mark the end of Ottawa’s time in the North American Soccer League. But don’t worry! The Fury aren’t going anywhere.
This week on Apt613 Live, host Josh Lemoine interviews NCC CEO Mark Kristmanson, and Fury FC defenceman Eddie Edward.
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.
Since the Panda Game returned in 2013, after a 15 year hiatus, the game has regained much of its former glory. Last year, 17,956 fans packed TD Place, the most since 20,000 people watched the 1987 edition.
We tackle the big questions: What’s in Jim Bryson’s flask? Where is Pedro the Panda?