Community Builder: Ottawa’s Muslim organizations are breaking down barriers and strengthening communities
At the Community Builder of the Year Awards Gala, the United Muslim Organizations of Ottawa-Gatineau received an award for their consistent efforts in helping to make our city stronger for everyone.
The Twins of Evil tour stopped at the Canadian Tire Centre on Friday night.
Festival of Small Halls puts city and rural elbow-to-elbow in a unique space for Chef’s Table parties
Dinner and a show, combined with a talk-about-it-for-days experience, are going to make these evenings popular.
There will be tons of people taking in the sights, sounds, and the street
Fans can expect an intriguing setlist this weekend as The Beaches bring their brand of upbeat rock to an intimate stage at Neat Coffee Shop.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s a pterosaur! Until September 2, visitors can learn about the flying reptiles who soared the skies for 150 million years in Pterosaur: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs.
Barkwood Forest might well be that paw-fect (sorry!) place you’d design for your furry friend. Barkwood is the home of Boogity Dog Walking, which picks up dogs around Ottawa’s west end neighbourhoods on weekdays and walks them off-leash in the forest.
The Trend-Arlington Community Association and West Carleton Disaster Relief were two major players in the relief efforts of the September 2018 tornadoes in Ottawa. As a result, the two groups received United Way Ottawa’s signature Community Builder of the Year award.
The Ottawa company makes dehydrated vegan meals packaged in compostable material for zero-waste hikers and campers.
This summer, Rios led a local team of 12 Canadians, as part of a larger group of 40 volunteers, at the Malawi Impact Marathon event. The team worked with the small fishing village of Nkope in one of Impact’s most immersive and intimate combined volunteer-and-race sites.
Liz Clarke is a 2019 Trailblazer Award winner, was shortlisted for the 2018 Impact HUB Ottawa Social Impact awards, just opened a social enterprise called Freedx, made a mixed-media documentary about being black at Bluesfest called Air Force Blacks … and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.