News & Ideas
Local, volunteer-run organization Girls+ Rock Ottawa has organized a Gig Planning 101 workshop in partnership with local women-powered show production organization Debaser. The workshop will take place May 27.
On Thursday May 24, the Young Professionals Network of the Ottawa Mission Foundation will be inaugurating its first official event at Craft Beer Market. For $15, you get a drink, food, really cool door prizes and an opportunity to mix and mingle with other young professionals who have their community at heart.
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.
Brewery Market returns to Hintonburg Park with their season opener on Saturday May 26.
The Ottawa Historical Society is here to inform readers of Ottawa’s long history of biking!
La Catrina Churros is celebrating their first anniversary with music, art and churros.
Riders in our city now have access to an impressive suite of interactive maps for route planning.
Black Like Me is an organisation dedicated to creating spaces for Black people in Ottawa to “find happiness, safety, support, and whatever else they need to live.” Join them at their BLACK BRUNCH: Spring Edition on Saturday May 19 from 10am-2pm at Carleton Food Collective’s G(arden)-Spot.
Since 2014, over 3,000 new cyclists hit the streets of Ottawa in response to EnviroCentre’s Bike to Work Month campaign.
Take your bike for a quick and free tune-up at City Hall (May 1–19) or Lansdowne Park (May 21–28).
Creating art can be messy. And sometimes lonely and intimidating. If you’re just starting out, then every move is filled with self doubt. If you’re experienced, there is the feeling that you may be painting yourself into a creative corner. Hello Studios was designed to help with these common artistic problems.
Local cycling advocates recommend by-law should require bike parking at all public buildings, workplaces, and commercial buildings
The Bike Ottawa report makes five key recommendations to improve cycling throughout our city.
Some ten episodes in, Breakdown2Lowdown podcast hosts and R&B connoisseurs Nicky Jean and Anthony McIntosh have created a smart, fun and sometimes fiery show that lives up to its promise of “a little friction and a whole lot of dope conversations.”
Comedian Doug Stanhope will be weaving his unique take on things in Ottawa, on Tuesday May 15. You can catch him at the Ottawa Little Theatre, which also happens to be home to the longest running community theatre company in Canada.
Lowertown was the subject of a four-month studio at Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism.