Ottawa’s biggest Muay Thai event returns to the Canadian War Museum for its fourth installment on February 29. Some of North America’s best fighters will square off in the LeBreton Gallery for one of Ottawa’s most popular combat sports events.
Canadian War Museum
We’re still enjoying the pretty part of winter, and slowing down a little in the process
Welcome to a new decade Ottawa!
Holiday shopping really gets going this weekend across the 613, but there are also great theatre and music options if you’re looking to keep it cultural.
We’ve tried to pack as much as possible into this roundup, so read closely, text your crew, and have fun!
Welcome to another beautiful summer weekend in the city.
The winning photographs of the World Press Photo Exhibition 2019 will be on display in the Canadian War Museum until August 11.
Apt613’s day planner, Spotify playlist, and an interview with CHVRCHES’s Martin Doherty.
Nothing beats a summer weekend, and the weeks are beginning to feel shorter and shorter as the days get longer.
For live music lovers, the countdown to Ottawa Bluesfest is like the countdown to Christmas, and as the days tick down, the anticipation builds.
Now, let’s say you haven’t been to a combat sports—let alone a Muay Thai—event. Here’s why your first should be Art of War III.
The last weekend in July will be bringing the sunshine once the rain clears, and no lack of interesting things to do, places to eat, and open air movies to watch!
You only have until August 12 to see the winning photos from the World Press Photo annual competition, on display now at the Canadian War Museum.
With plenty of fun activities and slightly more reasonable temperatures, here are some of our picks for the weekend!
Are our artists influencing our thought, or reflecting it? Is art a social barometer? And if so, what is today’s art telling us about wars in our future? The Canadian War Museum hosted the 2018 BBC Reith Lectures: The Mark of Cain by Margaret MacMillan, C.C. and brought these questions to the mind of attendees.