City of Ottawa
Join us in our hotshop at 957C Gladstone Ave. for an evening of glassblowing demonstrations! The next demo is set for February 15th 2018 from 5pm – 8pm Everyone is welcome! No need to register online, just come by! This is a recurring event on the third Thursday of every month.
2019’s Men’s Volleyball Nations League will be taking place at TD Place from June 7 to 9. Three-day ticket packages are now on sale. Come and check out some of the very best volleyball in the world! Team Canada will go up against Australia, Germany and Serbia in Ottawa on week 2 (June 7 to […]
The recently announced public art program is open to both Canadian and international artists.
CityMakers: Ottawa Energy Collective Impact is putting together a complex solution to tackle a complex problem
The Ottawa Energy Collective Impact aims to reduce Ottawa’s greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050.
The City of Ottawa has provided a sneak peek inside one of the Light Rail stations slated to open on the Confederation Line later this year, at the same time reaffirming the current timetable for the project remains on track.
Since 2014, over 3,000 new cyclists hit the streets of Ottawa in response to EnviroCentre’s Bike to Work Month campaign.
Lowertown was the subject of a four-month studio at Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism.
The report’s authors have presented a vision for Ottawa to become a “key music hub respected the world-over” by 2030.
Imagine the historic rail bridge were to be restored and opened for cycling and pedestrians, public transportation – or both.
Ottawa Collection Calendar was developed by ReCollect Systems Inc. using Open Data made available by the municipality.
Each summer, the City of Ottawa hosts the second-largest Doors Open architectural event in North America. This year, over 150 historically, culturally, and functionally significant buildings will be featured during Doors Open Ottawa in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday!
Consultations on the City of Ottawa’s 2017 Budget are upon us, and this year, the City and others are trying some new tools for engagement.
I’m extremely envious of the children and youth of today. What my younger self wouldn’t do for the playful apps I now hold so dearly, the insanely cool toys available, or the beautiful children’s books that line the shelves at Chapters. (Full disclosure: I wouldn’t be too overjoyed with the new apple slices option for […]
Two visits are still not enough to absorb Chantal Gervais’ artwork. Every time you look at her pieces on exhibit at the Karsh-Masson Gallery in Ottawa’s city hall, you see something you didn’t see before and along with that a heightened appreciation and understanding why the Karsh Award’s jury selected Gervais the 2014 winner. Gervais […]
In last week’s article, we showcased the existing Arts Court building at 2 Daly Avenue. Now it’s time to switch gears and take a look at how the Arts Court and its surroundings will change over the next few years. At the heart of this transformation is the $34-million Arts Court Redevelopment project by the […]