Celebrating 40 years, Canadian Spaces on CKCU-FM is now the country’s longest-running folk music radio show
In 1980, it’s founder was told there was not enough Canadian folk music for a show, and that the show would probably end within a few months. Celebrating 40 years, Canadian Spaces on CKCU-FM is now in fact the longest-running folk music show on the radio.
A Comedy of Tenors is a farce revolving around miscommunication, assumptions and mistaken identities. When a huge concert is being staged to feature three famous tenor singers, we quickly find the show unravelling—merely hours before it is set to begin.
The inaugural Bicycle Ball—the first of many, hopes EnviroCentre—will be hosted in the beautiful Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park on September 27th.
Ottawa will be the stage where you can enjoy the world’s most cutting-edge, thoughtful, funny and provocative animation films.
“We write as historians about the fate and future of the Château Laurier…”
Patrimoine Ottawa: Les grands historien(ne)s canadien(ne)s sont fortement opposé à l’addition au Château Laurier—une lettre ouverte
“En tant qu’historiens nous voulons également faire entendre nos voix sur le sort et l’avenir du Château Laurier…”
It was the first show Apartment613 got to shoot inside the newly-renovated Bronson Centre Music Theatre.
The workshop features a live nude model, dead plants, and lo-fi hip hop or instrumental beats.
We went to see Lucy Dacus, Dawes, and The White Buffalo on closing day of CityFolk 2019.
Running between September and June, season six promises to continue to create spaces where Canadians and leaders in urbanism, design, sustainability, heritage and conservation collectively inspire the future of Canada’s Capital Region.