News & Ideas
As Spill the Tea finale nears, here’s a look back at what the series accomplished. There is an event on Tuesday, April 16 and the finale takes place Thursday, April 25.
The Yard is now open at 265 City Centre Avenue.
Empow(her) has six more workshops planned for 2019, as well as two full-day conferences.
Joyce MacPhee: “The humour that runs throughout this novel helps make it a charming read.”
The recently announced public art program is open to both Canadian and international artists.
VERSeFest, Ottawa’s International Poetry Festival, will return for its ninth annual edition March 26-31, 2019, showcasing a diverse and talented group of more than 80 poets from six countries.
A new vet practice recently launched in Ottawa that has completely done away with the traditional clinic, and operates as a mobile practice. This is by no means a new idea, but it is one that is growing in popularity.
Doug has made Ottawa a better place—now it’s time to make a difference in St. John’s.
Calling all Ottawa-area musicians, bands, singer-songwriters and music makers!
Eva Salomon’s War is award-winning Ottawa writer Gabriella Goliger’s third book, depicting the leadup to the 1948 Arab-Israeli War from a young woman’s perspective.
Bryan Frankfurth loves maps and history. And historic maps.
Apt613 reveals the shocking (and not-so-shocking) responses to our anonymous sex survey.
Beyond the many services offered by Roger Neilson House, it’s clear that what means the most are the rock-solid friendships its visitors have developed with other families.
Running Camp Quality takes a team of over 70 volunteers. From the camp doctors, to the nurses, lifeguards, and the companions–volunteers that spend the whole week with a single camper.
Among community-oriented initiatives, BBBC offers free children’s books with an aim of fostering reading from an early age. They’ll be starting an Indigenous reading group open to everyone. Students get a 30% discount for every $10 they spend, and non-students receive a 20% discount.