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Using text, audio and video, this multimedia exhibit is designed to give space for a plurality of voices to “[tell] an Indigenous expressionism across Turtle Island” reads the gallery notes.
The brewery is hosting candidates from their riding of Ottawa-Vanier on Sunday, September 15 from 7-9pm.
Fans of one of Canada’s most iconic singer-songwriters will soon have some opportunities to celebrate their folk hero.
The screening marks the first “Stories” themed event from Women of Architecture!, a local community organization whose goal is to promote the achievements of Women contributing to the built environment in the National Capital Region.
The Returns for Roger Neilson House runs September 6th to 8th, 2019. Bring your empties to any Beer Store in Eastern Ontario to help support local kids and families.
Making Voices Count, recipient of United Way Ottawa’s 2019 From Poverty to Possibility award, empowers people to use their voices to advocate for important causes, no matter who they are.
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.
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.
From helping Ottawa recover from crisis, to helping individuals in the community succeed and live healthy lives, Hydro Ottawa has shown what it means to be a true community builder.
Inspired by Canada’s first LGBTQ+ rights protest, Capital Pride’s 2019 Grand Marshall calls for renewed political action to support LGBTQ+ communities
Through the eyes of an Indigenous woman raising two young sons, the events surrounding Colten Boushie’s are chronicled in this documentary. At the centre is the catalyst for much of the activism and international support that’s erupted since Boushie’s death: his cousin Jade Tootoosis.
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.
Urban Planner Stan Leinwand is the National Capital Commission’s Acting Director, Sustainable Development and Environmental Services. His role at the Lab is to staff the internal steering committee, brainstorm ideas for the space, and coordinate speakers for their speaker series.