As part of an effort to revitalize and open the old rail bridge across the Ottawa River, the bridge was recently renamed after Kitigan Zibi chief and noted Algonquin elder Chief William Commanda.
The best press photography from around the Globe is now on display at the Canadian War Museum—until August 15.
Almost one week after Ontario officially entered the third stage of its reopening plan, local flea market 613flea opened with more than 80 vendors to patrons on Saturday, July 24. The market was a boon for those yearning to scavenge hidden treasures, craving something handmade, or simply wanting to get out and support local merchants. […]
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The shortlist is here! Voting for Ottawa’s Best Home Garden will begin on July 31.
Escapade Music Festival announces a vaccination requirement to attend the event in September and provides a free vaccination clinic pop-up Saturday, July 24th in collaboration with OPH at 300 Coventry Rd at 10:00am.
Among the Ottawa culinary community’s brightest rising stars, Kathryn Ferries possesses both a strong list of achievements and a tangible love for the local food scene. Since moving here from Winnipeg with her family at the age of 10, Ferries has adopted Ottawa as her hometown.
In this weekly feature, Apt613 asks blog contributors and local figures about their takeout habits and highlights—to help you find new tasty treats to discover or revisit when you’re just OVER IT with making dinner. This week: Recs for Somali and Korean food around town.
Whatever the weather may hold, your vaccine status may be, or your comfort level with the people-ly-ness of events, the nation’s capital has got a selection of food, tunes, arts, culture and activities for you this weekend!
With easing COVID-19 restrictions, Ottawa Chamberfest is releasing more in-person tickets. Read on for a list of shows you can see in person at this year’s festival.