Op-ed: “More needs to be done to address inequality, to empower, and to help people situate themselves within the development process.”
Supported by Senators alumni, current players, and head coach D.J. Smith, the Sens Shielding Heroes Campaign is aiming to fundraise $500,000 to ensure that Ottawa hospitals and care centers remain supplied with the crucial PPE needed by the workers on the frontlines of COVID-19.
Adam Wawrzynczak: “Unfortunately, in light of the ongoing pandemic, we have been unable to skate with each other at all; a reality of today’s “new normal.”
Interview: Orléans native Scott Sabourin, Ottawa NHL club’s hometown hero shows support for “top prospects” in the community
The Ottawa Senators Foundation is hosting their annual telethon on Thursday, February 27.
Today we are so excited to announce that we will now be directly collaborating with Algonquin College and incorporating Ottawa Showbox into its curriculum as a part of its School of Media & Design. This means that Showbox will continue to exist, but with the support of faculty at Algonquin and student contributors from the School of Media and Design
What makes this market truly special is finding vendors you don’t expect to find at a holiday market.
The inaugural Bicycle Ball—the first of many, hopes EnviroCentre—will be hosted in the beautiful Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park on September 27th.
“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…”
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.
Inspired by Canada’s first LGBTQ+ rights protest, Capital Pride’s 2019 Grand Marshall calls for renewed political action to support LGBTQ+ communities
Going into its eighth year, Latin Sparks is expected to attract more than 6,000 people.
Since 2014, over 3,000 new cyclists hit the streets of Ottawa in response to EnviroCentre’s Bike to Work Month campaign.