Andrew MonroImpact HUB Ottawa Correspondent
Andrew is a freelance business writer and copy editor in Ottawa, and Apt613's correspondent to Impact Hub Ottawa, writing about the many enterprises and organizations that call the Hub home. He has an encyclopaedic knowledge of the side-effects of anti-malarial medications and has strong opinions about English grammar, the best place in Ottawa to get a coffee, and the use of a garlic press.
Ottawa Civic Tech will host a discussion on delivering services to citizens in a digital world—05.22.18
Ottawa Civic Tech is hosting an event Tuesday, May 22 at Bayview Yards: a discussion with digital changemakers from all three levels of government, sharing stories of their successes, challenges and ongoing plans on delivering government services to citizens.
Dozens of people gathered on the cold morning of April 14 at Parliament Hill and ByWard Market.
Hidden Harvest Ottawa is the winner of the Ottawa Social Impact Awards in the Social Enterprise category. In 2017, with a veritable army of 400 volunteers, they were able to harvest more than 200 trees and rescue more than 6,400 pounds of fresh, local fruit from going to waste.
Algonquin College Public Relations Agency named Future Leaders at the 2nd Ottawa Social Impact Awards
Over the last three decades, Algonquin College Public Relations Agency has raised over $300,000. This student-run organization is the winner of the Ottawa Social Impact Awards in the Future Leaders category.
Ausome Ottawa wins in the Community Initiative category in the 2nd edition of the Ottawa Social Impact Awards
Ausome Ottawa won the Ottawa Social Impact Award in the Community Initiative category. The organization works with families touched by autism to play and be physically active like any typical family.
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.
Impact Hub Ottawa celebrated its 5th birthday this past December as one of Ottawa’s oldest and largest co-working communities and marked the milestone by releasing a how to guide to Do Good Better.
Datafest Ottawa is a social enterprise, used as an engine for creating innovation events with their hackathons the capstone event of their year. They held their fourth hackathon on the Future of Work, which saw over 100 attendees.
Looking for ways to make your holiday shopping fun, while also supporting great causes and organization? Then Impact Hub Ottawa’s Holiday Market, taking place on December 13th, is for you!