CityMakers: Ottawa Energy Collective Impact is putting together a complex solution to tackle a complex problem
The Ottawa Energy Collective Impact aims to reduce Ottawa’s greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050.
Jennifer Castle will be playing Bon-Fire festival and recently released her fifth album Angels of Death.
Three Ottawa natives are competing for the title of SiriusXM Top Comic. You can vote daily until August 17 for your favourite.
Sophie Buddle is one of three Ottawa natives competing for the title of SiriusXM Top Comic.
Kyle Brownrigg is one of three Ottawa natives competing for the title of SiriusXM Top Comic.
Roman Mancini is one of three Ottawa natives competing for the title of SiriusXM Top Comic.
Third base and outfield coach Jared Lemieux is the team’s in-house hype man, always ready with a smile, a piece of bubblegum, a fist bump, and some dancing.
Comedian David Cross will be at Algonquin Commons Theatre on July 26, 2018.
Up next in a series of interviews with Ottawa Champions players and staff is Ottawa’s own Sebastien Boucher.
The mere thought of paper tends to evoke stale images of work but imagine the possibilities when you apply purposeful design, colour, and some glue. Laura Peeke has been creating works of art with quilling, a process of coiling and shaping strips of paper with glue.
Hal Lanier, the Ottawa Champions manager, lives and breathes baseball. He is a friendly encyclopedia of baseball minutiae and has probably already forgotten more about the game than any of us will ever even know.
Daniel Effah is an incredible visual portraitist, capturing images with the aim of sparkinging conversation about the African diaspora. His series, ‘Blend If’, is currently on display at the Ottawa Art Gallery.
Bad + Bitchy is an intersectional feminist podcast covering politics, social issues and pop culture, co-hosted by Erin Gee, Erica Ifill, and Amy Kishek.
Dylan Black is a radio announcer at Boom 99.7, host of Daytime Ottawa on Rogers TV, and Fundraising Coordinator at Yuk Yuk’s Comedy Club. His community-driven spirit has made him one of Ottawa’s most beloved broadcasters.
You can visit Death in the Ice at the Canadian Museum of History until September 30th.