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Candidate survey: David Stibbe, Green Party (Ottawa West-Nepean)

The Ottawa Cultural Alliance and Apartment613 are just two of many organizations devoted to fostering Ottawa’s arts and cultural scene. We jointly developed a candidate questionnaire and are publishing all the response we receive prior to Election Day on September 20. David Stibbe, Green Party candidate for Ottawa-West Nepean, was one of those who took the opportunity to respond.

Candidate survey: Jennifer Purdy, Green Party (Kanata-Carleton)

The Ottawa Cultural Alliance and Apartment613 are just two of many organizations devoted to fostering Ottawa’s arts and cultural scene. We jointly developed a candidate questionnaire and are publishing all the response we receive prior to Election Day on September 20. Jennifer Purdy, Green Party candidate for Kanata-Carleton, was one of those who took the opportunity to respond.

Gamer Education: Doom

Ottawa local Taylor Howarth turned to PC gaming last spring during the pandemic, and is playing through a number of classics in what she dubs her Gamer Education. Her review of Doom (1993) is the second instalment in this series.

Candidate survey: Alex McDonald, Communist Party of Canada (Ottawa-Centre)

The Ottawa Cultural Alliance and Apartment613 are just two of many organizations devoted to fostering Ottawa’s arts and cultural scene. We jointly developed a candidate questionnaire and are publishing all the response we receive prior to Election Day on September 20. Alex McDonald, Communist Party of Canada candidate for Ottawa-Centre, was one of those who took the opportunity to respond.

Candidate survey: Yavar Hameed, NDP (Ottawa West-Nepean)

The Ottawa Cultural Alliance and Apartment613 are just two of many organizations devoted to fostering Ottawa’s arts and cultural scene. We jointly developed a candidate questionnaire and are publishing all the response we receive prior to Election Day on September 20. Yavar Hameed, NDP candidate for Ottawa-West Nepean, was one of those who took the opportunity to respond.

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Where to start at the Ottawa International Animation Festival

The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) begins on September 22, and animation lovers have a lot to look forward to in this year’s selections, which were chosen from a record-breaking 2,528 entries representing more than 100 countries. So it might be overwhelming to know where to start. Barbara Popel offers some selections to begin with.