What makes this market truly special is finding vendors you don’t expect to find at a holiday market.
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For all your local gift shopping needs, here’s a roundup of some of the holiday craft fairs and markets coming up in the next few weeks!
How Code for Canada fellows are helping the Public Service Commission of Canada modernize their digital services
Digital innovation is not a phrase usually associated with Ottawa. And yet a project being carried out by a Code for Canada fellowship team with the Public Service Commission of Canada, right here in the nation’s capital, is doing just that. What’s more, this 10-month project could impact the face of public service recruitment across the nation for years to come.
Working out of Impact Hub Ottawa, Memair is developing an open-source platform used to build a child-oriented YouTube recommendation tool.
Empow(her) has six more workshops planned for 2019, as well as two full-day conferences.
Bryan Frankfurth loves maps and history. And historic maps.
Ottawa’s Amy and Kjell Wooding are developing a story-based learning app that is in the running for a major international prize.
SHE BIZ is an online marketplace that connects women with women-led business, with a particular focus on women who are newcomers in Ottawa and women in trades.
Timsle is a new app that helps people stay accountable and take care of themselves by connecting with friends known as accountability buddies.
Come to Impact Hub Ottawa on Tuesday, September 25 where we’ll be meeting, introducing, brainstorming, and collaborating with volunteers.
A new session of 613U Summer School begins on August 8, 2018.
Animal Justice, Canada’s leading legal advocates for animal protection, are celebrating their 10th year of putting animals on the legal map in our country.
Ottawa Civic Tech will host a discussion on delivering services to citizens in a digital world—05.22.18
Ottawa Civic Tech is hosting an event Tuesday, May 22 at Bayview Yards: a discussion with digital changemakers from all three levels of government, sharing stories of their successes, challenges and ongoing plans on delivering government services to citizens.
Dozens of people gathered on the cold morning of April 14 at Parliament Hill and ByWard Market.
Hidden Harvest Ottawa is the winner of the Ottawa Social Impact Awards in the Social Enterprise category. In 2017, with a veritable army of 400 volunteers, they were able to harvest more than 200 trees and rescue more than 6,400 pounds of fresh, local fruit from going to waste.