Like many people, Joshua Renaud went on a lot of walks during COVID-19 lockdowns. Here, he selects some of his faavourite photos—all taken on a phone—that help him remember this strange, isolated time.
Escapade Music Festival announces a vaccination requirement to attend the event in September and provides a free vaccination clinic pop-up Saturday, July 24th in collaboration with OPH at 300 Coventry Rd at 10:00am.
Food for Thought (FFT) is an organization that provides free meals to those on low incomes and for whom preparing meals is a challenge. A former entrepreneur and executive, FFT’s founder and president Sylvain de Margerie has been volunteering for more than five years to put food on the table for those unable to do so themselves.
Small businesses face eviction as Vanier’s Eastview Plaza will be demolished to make way for residential towers
Sarp Kizir: “We knew gentrification was coming, but not now, not during a global pandemic and not at this speed. Something about this just doesn’t feel right and I’m not alone in thinking so.”
Dr. Xuhua Xia, of the University of Ottawa’s Biology Department, recently published a paper about the transmission of COVID-19 which was widely-covered but also misrepresented by most media sources.
The live reading takes place on Thursday, April 23 at 1pm. The stream will run 30 minutes including a live Q&A.
Perth-based Top Shelf Distillers has joined the fight against COVID-19 by switching over one of its production lines to produce and bottle hand sanitizer.
As many of you are settling in for a lowkey week of at-home activities, we at Apt613 want to make sure there’s #ottmusic for your playlist, local authors on your reading list, and Ottawa-made films on your watch list.
“Although the risk remains low in Ottawa, we believe that this is in the best interest of everyone involved… in order to prevent any potential risk of transmission,” said the co-organizers in a written statement.