Where to find the fresh stuff this summer, mapped by neighbourhood.
100in1Day is happening this Saturday, June 2.
Wandering around Ottawa and Gatineau, you may have already spotted one of the surest signs of spring in the region. Close to one million tulips have been planted for the 66th Canadian Tulip Festival, kicking off Friday May 11 and continuing until Monday May 21.
Lowertown was the subject of a four-month studio at Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism.
Jane’s Walk is a festival of free walking tours happening Ottawa-Gatineau on May 5 and 6, 2018
Located in the ByWard Market, A/Maze Ottawa Escape Game lets escape room fans try their luck at defeating an evil plot.
Congratulations to the winners! That was one heck of a tasty way to spend a chilly Friday afternoon.
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.
Jigsaw Escape Rooms Ottawa opened in the ByWard Market this fall and Apt613 was invited to try The Heist, an escape room for up to seven players who have 45 minutes to sift through a bunch of clues and (hopefully) find stolen diamonds.
John Cundell is the third generation in his family to run a horse stable in the Byward Market.
The ByWard Market is celebrating fall with a number of activities, including the second annual Sausage Fest, an outdoor movie screening of Hocus Pocus and a free shuttle to Gatineau Park.
Fall is in the air and with it, plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy this long weekend!
With the heat wave behind us, it’s time to embrace fall and enjoy the first weekend of October with trips to Gatineau Park, street parties, and more!
The streets of Ottawa were bustling this weekend as onlookers enjoyed Kumo, the giant spider, and Long Ma, the horse-dragon. After several confrontations throughout the weekend, the two faced off in an epic battle Sunday night at the Canadian War Museum. La Machine, an Ottawa 2017 event, will be one for the books for sure.
If you’ve ever visited the ByWard Market, you’re probably no stranger to the Heart & Crown Irish Pub. Established by two Irish immigrants, Larry Bradley and Pat Kelly, the pub gets its subtle charm from a not-so-subtle commitment to its roots. From the “snug rooms” to the the floor tile, to the bars made of Irish wood, there’s a clear intent on preserving the spirit and culture for anyone who has been to or yet to visit Ireland.