Mike Bulthuis, Director of Making the Shift, a Youth Homelessness Social Innovation Lab, and colleagues are testing approaches to tackle the pervasive challenge of youth homelessness in Canada right here in Ottawa.
Westfest 2018 will take place June 8-10 in the heart of Hintonburg. This past weekend, the free festival was celebrated at the lineup launch.
The finalist cocktail reception of The Business Women of The Year Awards took place on Tuesday February 27. Nominees are split into four categories (Professional, Emerging Entrepreneur, Established Entrepreneur, and Organizational) and winners will be announced at the BYA Awards Gala taking place at the Infinity Convention Centre on Thursday, April 19
Order’s Up! Time for the food service industry of Ottawa to discuss sexual assault and harassment—03.05.18
Order’s up! On Monday March 5th, the food service industry of Ottawa is invited to a discussion of sexual assault and harassment hosted at the Hintonburg Community Centre.
Did you know about Ottawa’s funny af improv comedy scene?
Gala send-off for NAC’s departing CEO Peter Herrndorf raises more than $1 million for Indigenous Theatre
Some 400 people inaugurated the National Arts Centre’s new Canada Room reception hall Thursday night with a star-studded retirement party for long-time President and CEO Peter Herrndorf.
The 2018–19 season is an intriguing program of dance, theatre, and music, and will mark the National Arts Centre’s 50th anniversary.
Their Summer CSA program runs from June to October, with pick-ups in Hintonburg, Aylmer and on their farm which is about an hour outside Ottawa.
At Roger Neilson House, the Ottawa Senators Foundation funds a support program for siblings of terminally-ill children
Tune in to the Ottawa Senators Foundation Telethon powered by Mitel on Friday, March 9 beginning at 6:30pm prior to the Senators game vs the Calgary Flames on TSN 5. To make an contribution, please visit www.sensfoundation.com or call 1-844-8GO-SENS (846-7367).
At the Central Art Garage, visitors are invited into a typical souvenir shop full of cheap mass produced, supposedly, Indigenous objects for Mi’kmaw performance and installation artist Ursula Johnson’s exhibition Indian Truckhouse of High Art.