The Ottawa Historical Society is here to inform readers of Ottawa’s long history of biking!
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.
Lowertown was the subject of a four-month studio at Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism.
Jane’s Walk is a festival of free walking tours happening Ottawa-Gatineau on May 5 and 6, 2018
The two-day architecture festival offers free access to more than 140 buildings around the capital region on June 2–3, 2018.
With a bar, science-themed entertainment, a musical performance, and the entire museum open for browsing, Yuri’s Night is going to be the best space party in town.
Death in the Ice: The Mystery of the Franklin Expedition runs until September 30 at the Canadian Museum of History (100 Rue Laurier) in Gatineau.
The Sens Foundation supports nearly 1,000 young athletes in Ottawa’s only free year-round competitive sports league
The Sens Sports & Leadership League is Ottawa’s only no-fee, year-round competitive athletic league. What that means is no payment is required to participate and all equipment and transportation to and from games is covered by the Ottawa Senators Foundation.
Mike Bulthuis, Director of Making the Shift, a Youth Homelessness Social Innovation Lab, and colleagues are testing approaches to tackle the pervasive challenge of youth homelessness in Canada right here in Ottawa.
Media Action’s upcoming Ask Women Anything panel this month is on Immigration in Ottawa: The Real Deal. The talk takes place Thursday February 22 at Bar Robo.
There’s no such thing as oversharing… Take The Big O-Town Sex Survey.
Ottawa’s first Science Slam will take place February 9 as presenters have five minutes to communicate a scientific topic in the most engaging way they can. Presentations are judged on their creativity, their scientific accuracy, and perhaps most importantly, their audience engagement.
Carleton’s Learning in Retirement program is in fact open to all ages, plus both schools offer a range of free lectures and cheap mini-courses.
Norwegian photographer Fred Ivar Utsi Klemetsen went on a 16-year long journey to capture the modern life of the Sámi, an Arctic Indigenous people inhabiting the northernmost area of Scandinavia.
On Tuesday, December 5th, Synapcity hosted their Creative CityMakers event at General Assembly to ask: “Why Ottawa for arts and culture?”