This Thursday marks the first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation.
The famous blues bar will close after one last show by guitarist Tony D on Saturday night, Sept. 18.
The end of August is upon us. It may not seem like it, with the blazing hot weather we’ve been having, but summer is winding down. Thankfully, there is plenty to do this weekend – whether in person or virtually – to help you make the most of one of the last weekends of the season.
No matter where you are in your vaccination journey, there’s something for everyone this weekend! Virtual events to do safely from home, in-person but physically distanced, and ones where you and your bubble can attend together! Enjoy it, Ottawa!
The new initiative from Ottawa Markets aims to showcase local goods and produce at a new location on York Street.
If the tulips springing up around town are any indication then there’s some truth to the old saying that April showers bring May flowers.
It’s time for a long weekend roundup! The weather is all over the map but that’s never stopped us before.
Hushh opened at the end of February in Lowertown and has been slowly expanding their menu to include beef, chicken, and plant burgers, fries, and breakfast sandwiches. In other words, they’ve got you covered no matter when you stop by for a meal.
How much would it cost to rent Apartment613?
Whether you’re fitting in some shopping or enjoy the sights, this weekend has plenty of fun holiday options.
We’ve somehow managed to make it through to the final month of 2020 and, for that, I think we all deserve a bit of celebration. As this weekend approaches, we’ve got a bunch of great ideas for you all as to how to properly go about it during this festive season.
We’ve made it to the final weekend of August and fall is in the air, but we’re not done yet. Capital Pride continues with events all weekend, including a virtual parade. Read on for some suggestions on how to make the most of this weekend.
This weekend, you can eat, drink and enjoy the sights and sounds of Ottawa.
The Ottawa Neighbourhood Study is an excellent resource. It centralizes a lot of demographic data in one location and makes it publicly accessible, which can help citizens understand the health and wellness strengths and weaknesses of their neighbourhoods and advocate for change.
How have local businesses been impacted by the lockdown, and by the movement to a phase that allows reopening? We spoke with the owners of three small businesses, each with their own unique situations. Today: Virtue Tattoo.