As executive director of Sustainable Eastern Ontario, Kristina Inrig spends her time creating and nurturing partnerships to support sustainability activities.
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Today we are so excited to announce that we will now be directly collaborating with Algonquin College and incorporating Ottawa Showbox into its curriculum as a part of its School of Media & Design. This means that Showbox will continue to exist, but with the support of faculty at Algonquin and student contributors from the School of Media and Design
If you know someone who is making a difference, United Way is now accepting nominations for Community Builder of the Year Awards.
Girls+ Rock Ottawa and Apartment613 announce new initiative to increase representation in music journalism
This eight-week course will provide training and mentorship for aspiring music journalists, with the goal of increasing representation in local music journalism.
[EXTENDED] Nominate local artists and community for the Ottawa Arts Council Awards—deadline 02.17.20
New deadline: Nominations are accepted until February 17.
When writing her latest book, Making Our Way Home: The Great Migration and the Black American Dream, Imani knew she wanted to discuss colourism and women’s roles in different social movements.
Every first Monday of the month, Apartment613 will publish the coolest #ottarts #ottjobs we hear about.
Set mainly in Ottawa, where the author lives, Kushwaha’s beautifully-told tale also draws on the Gatineau hills for a poignant locale.
Happiness Habits 613 events are open to anyone looking to explore and nurture what makes them happy.
The new club is financially backed by a major Spanish club and aims to begin play at TD Place in 2020.
We review the Museum of Nature’s first adult sleepover party.
Nominations can be made online until February 14.
Apartment613 has won a Canadian Online Publishing Award!
Are you looking to get involved in Ottawa but don’t know how to go about it? Synapcity may have just what you’re looking for with its new pilot called City Lab!
Just as news hit that Bar Robo closed in Chinatown, Ottawa’s music community took another one to the chin with surprising news that The Bourbon Room closed its doors.