On November 11, Canadians do their part to remember the brave men and women who fought for our country and its people. If you want to participate in a Remembrance Day ceremony, here is a round-up of events happening throughout Ottawa.
As a long-time Ottawa resident, I was convinced I had this city figured out, and that there were no hidden gems left to find here or in the surrounding areas. Boy, was I wrong. Who knew you could sleep overnight in a museum train caboose or stroll through a beautiful outdoor sculpture park in a tranquil forest? Lucky for us, two local wanderlust experts are the perfect guides to help locals (re)discover our region.
In fields all over Ottawa and the surrounding area, real, positive change is growing. Sowing the Future: Women Farmers + EcoAgriculture, an arts exhibit about women farmers in the Ottawa/Outaouais region, focuses on some of the many local farming change-makers as they address pressing regional issues.
Apt613 is thrilled to launch the second edition of Ottawa’s Best Home Garden, an initiative aimed at showcasing Ottawa’s green thumb and fine folks who are augmenting the beauty of our city. And the winner is…
The immersive art experience King of Chlorophyll: Imago opens this season of Chamberfest, and will take place at the Just Food Community Farm, where visitors can listen to music while spendinfg time on the farm.
Ottawology is the interdisciplinary study of all things Ottawa. It involves the sociology, history and urban geography of the National Capital Region.
In part two of this series, Eric Haar offers a tour of his personal choices for Ottawa-Gatineau’s most exceptional modern architectural landmarks.
After launching in Montréal, Adventure City Games has expanded to Ottawa and creates unique experiences that allow you to explore a city using your smartphone. The adventures are billed as a mix of treasure hunt, walking tour, and escape room all enjoyed in the great outdoors.
The shortlist is here! Voting for Ottawa’s Best Home Garden will begin on September 7 and end on September 14.
Doublethink welcomes everyone to a performance and dance workshop at Riverside Park featuring drummer Larry Graves, Propeller Dance’s Shara Weaver and pianist Dave Chan.
In part one of this two-part series, architect Eric Haar highlights some of Ottawa’s most stunning architecture from before 1950.
Ecology Ottawa announced their fall tree giveaway schedule.
If you’re looking for a new location for your walks, you can add Mud Lake to your list!
Saturday evening was the perfect summer night for the sold-out Grand Finale of the 25th Anniversary edition of Les Grands Feux du Casino. Held on the grounds surrounding the Canadian Museum of History, this year’s event offered a variety of activities and attractions for everyone.
Sometimes a business picks a new location, and sometimes a location picks a new business. And in the case of the businesses at the corner of Howe and Britannia, it seems like the location has been doing all the picking.