It’s finally the end of January, all 78 days of it!
If you know of a business that could use a ramp, tell the owner about StopGap. If you’re a business owner, reach out to StopGap to find out how it can help you make your business more welcoming to everyone in the community.
We’ve found ourselves at the end of another rollercoaster week, and nothing warms the spirits (or your hands) like a jam packed weekend of events, shows, and laid back hangs with your nearest and dearest.
[EXTENDED] Apt613 call for artists: Are you an artist who lives or works in Vanier?—deadline 12.01.19
If you’re interested, please send us an email with your artist statement and CV.
The brewery is hosting candidates from their riding of Ottawa-Vanier on Sunday, September 15 from 7-9pm.
Well folks, after an exciting summer, we’ve reached Labour Day Weekend. Kids are heading back to school, pumpkin spice lattes are out, and it’s just cool enough for a sweater on your morning walk to work. But fear not! There’s still plenty to do and we’ve rounded up some of the best ways to spend your weekend.
If you love the sugar bush but want to stay close to home, the Vanier Sugar Festival is a great way to get your fix.
Beechwood was open to pedestrians Saturday September 8 for the third annual East Feast street fair festival.
As more people branch out into freelancing gigs, start businesses, or work out of the office, coworking spaces have sprung up around the city. Coworkly, located in Vanier on Montreal Road, is one of them.
Where to find the fresh stuff this summer, mapped by neighbourhood.
For years, St. Charles Church has played a prominent role along Beechwood Avenue. As it undergoes a transformation into St. Charles Market, a mixed used residential/commercial space, it looks to anchor the community nestled between Vanier and New Edinburgh.
GINNY are performing at The Concorde Motel (333 Montreal Rd) on Friday, March 16.
Did you know Ottawa has a thriving independent wrestling scene?
Before it’s officially out, Apt613 is giving you the chance to hear Joy of Joys it in its entirety.
Ottawa-born and raised hip-hop dancer Brian Tong is the founder of Start Up Dance, a successful choreographer, creative director, consultant, teacher – the list goes on.