Supporting local isn’t just about going to the show and buying the t-shirt. It’s also about creating an environment where each and every one of us feels empowered to tell our peeps about the goodness that’s being created all around us
As part of Overdose Prevention Day 2019 (Saturday, August 31), CMHA Ottawa is presenting a few facts relevant to the opioid epidemic in the Nation’s Capital.
In April 2018, I visited Fisher Park Summit Alternative School in Ottawa. It was one of the 150 presentations I’ve done at city schools to promote positivity, self-acceptance, and resilience in students. There, I met Pei Pilgrim, a 14-year-old singer that writes and sings like a veteran of the game.
These kids will hem and haw over the short films and TV episodes before they present awards to the winning filmmakers later that evening at OIAF Awards Ceremony the National Arts Centre.
Breakfast Club is a casual talk show that’s meant to be informative, fun, while unpacking issues and topics relevant to the LGBTQ2+ community in Ottawa.
The plan is to release 52 new beers this year.
Meet Canadian author Kat Verhoeven at the Ottawa Public Library, where she will talk about her new graphic novel, a queer story about friendship, body image, and strength.
There will be tons of people taking in the sights, sounds, and the street