Stromatolites are only found in a few spots in Canada. We’re lucky to have some clearly visible ones in the region at the base of the Champlain bridge, on the Quebec side of the river. They are the most easily accessible ones in Canada.
How can you tell if a call for diverse board or staff members is just a branding exercise, and how can you protect yourself, your time, and your energy? Tiffanie Tri shares five steps BIPOC can take to reduce that risk.
Just south and a little west of the big box stores of Merivale and Hunt Club lie the Pinhey Forest Dunes. So after you’ve hit the stores, you can hit the trails and dunes.
The Ottawa Neighbourhood Study is an excellent resource. It centralizes a lot of demographic data in one location and makes it publicly accessible, which can help citizens understand the health and wellness strengths and weaknesses of their neighbourhoods and advocate for change.
You’re not travelling anywhere exotic this summer, so where should you be spending your 613 summer staycation? Apt613 has some ideas on places that will satisfy your day-tripping needs
As photos of the PM kneeling circulated, many were reminded of a different set of photos that made the rounds a few months ago during the fall election.
Even though you may not be Black, Indigenous or a Person of Colour, or part of a marginalized group(s), as an ally you can still lend your voice and support to those who are. Here are three key actions you can take to be a better race ally.
Dr. Xuhua Xia, of the University of Ottawa’s Biology Department, recently published a paper about the transmission of COVID-19 which was widely-covered but also misrepresented by most media sources.
Cet enseignant a crée sa propre série de vidéos pour poursuivre l’éducation de ses élèves du primaire en isolation.
Until Oct. 28, anyone can visit Engage Ottawa and participate by upvoting, building on, or adding ideas of their own.
Beginning this fall, participants in the DEL will set out on a year-long exploration of new ways for artists and arts organizations to thrive amidst the digital technologies overtaking our everyday lives
An interview with Carmen Rush, local historian of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada—10.04.19 talk at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum
Carmen Rush will present her talk about Charles Messier during the next meeting of the Ottawa Centre of the RASC at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Friday October 4th at 7:30pm.
Carleton’s Learning in Retirement Matter of the Heart lecture series makes cardiology accessible for all
The course runs from October 29th to December 3rd at Carleton University. Registration is now open.
Running between September and June, season six promises to continue to create spaces where Canadians and leaders in urbanism, design, sustainability, heritage and conservation collectively inspire the future of Canada’s Capital Region.
Carleton’s Learning in Retirement program expands to offer additional lectures and workshops at Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre
Registration for the fall sessions of Learning in Retirement opens on Thursday, August 8.