He’s is hoping to run 70–90km per day and finish at the border between Namibia and Angola.
At this time, Radmore is 1 of only 16 westerners to ever be granted such access.
Tourigny and the 67’s take on Gatineau Olympiques in outdoor game at TD Place on Sunday, December 17.
This week we’re talking with Lido Pimienta about how we can make concerts safer for everyone. She’ll be at the Bronson Centre on December 9th as part of the New Constellations: Nation(s)wide Tour of Music & Arts.
On this week’s podcast we talk with Brian Greenway, the Hawkesbury native who is a guitarist and vocalist for Canadian rock pioneers April Wine.
This week on the podcast, we’re talking with singer-songwriter Iskwé, who will be performing at the NAC on November 23rd.
On this week’s podcast, singer-songwriter Séan McCann talks about spearheading a star-studded benefit show for the Guitars for Vets initiative and VETS Canada. The show at Algonquin Commons Theatre on Friday, November 10 will feature McCann and guests Joel Plaskett, Jeremy Fisher, and Sarah Harmer.
This week we’re talking with Bobby Lashley and Eli Drake, two stars of Impact Wrestling. Impact is bringing their pay-per-view event Bound For Glory to Ottawa’s Aberdeen Pavilion on November 5th.
This week on the podcast, we catch up with Akbar Johnson, frontman for the Hard Rock Montreal band: Special Ops.
No Way to Say Goodbye: Songs of Leonard Cohen runs at The Gladstone (910 Gladstone Ave) from October 25 to November 4.
Twin Flames are nominated in three categories at the upcoming Canadian Folk Music Awards.
Julian de Guzman is a legend in Canadian soccer. The first Canadian to ever play in Spain’s La Liga, and only the third to ever play in Germany’s Bundesliga, he is also the most capped player ever for the Canadian Men’s National Team.
This year’s event will feature performances and speeches by Daphne Willis, Séan McCann and Cody Coyote, among many other inspiring stories.
Having spent the last decade as an opera singer in Toronto, Justin recently moved back to Ottawa and discovered his true passion is folk music.
After four years running the very successful Facebook community, Lost Ottawa founder David McGee is releasing a book.