Courage and Passion at the Museum of Nature showcases trailblazing Canadian women in STEM—until 03.31.19
The exhibition details the lives and triumphs of such influential women as Margaret Newton, Catherine Parr Traill and Harriet Brooks.
After Canada 150, Ottawa proved that it could keep the momentum going in 2018 with plenty of festivals, new openings, and a constant flow of picturesque views.
With construction set to begin in 2019, forcing the building to close for at least 10 or as many as 20 years, the heart of Parliament Hill is turning Ottawans into tourists in their own town.
The band formed in 1987 in Kingston, Ontario, and are still as crazy live as they were when first starting out.
On the last weekend of The Late Late Show tour, The Beaches brought their A-game to the Bronson Centre Theatre.
The 2017 Juno Awards’ Breakthrough Group of the Year are fantastic live, with great energy from both the band and crowd.
Ask any local about their favourite neighbourhood in Ottawa and there’s a very solid chance that Hintonburg will fall somewhere in their top three.
Pop Evil played at The Brass Monkey on November 20, 2018.
Yukon Blonde and The Zolas co-headlined a show at the Bronson Centre on November 17, 2018.
Gordon Lightfoot played at the National Arts Centre on November 18, 2018.
Bahamas played at the National Arts Centre on November 10, 2018.
Backed by an awesome light display and a full Brass Monkey, the band were energized and keen to please the crowd.
Oscar Rejlander is variously known as “Father of Art Photography” and “Grandfather of Photoshop, but most people draw a blank when his name is mentioned, that is if it’s mentioned at all.
Rachel Gray is the Artistic Coordinator at BEING Studio and is an artist in residence at the Ottawa School of Art. She recently had a pop-up show at General Assembly to share her experience of traveling by foot, bus, train and ferry from Portland, Oregon to Dawson, Yukon in summer 2017.
Dear Rouge brought a stage show full of colour and light.