Studio for artists with disabilities marks 20th anniversary with holiday sale
BEING Studio will commemorate its 20th anniversary with a special holiday sale at the Bronson Centre on Dec.3.
How the media’s stereotypical portrayal of East Asian women warped my storytelling
For nine years as a writer, I’ve lived vicariously through the eyes of a white girl. She was always the blonde and blue-eyed protagonist who represented me in every one of my stories. For me, writing a white protagonist was as automatic as breathing. I never questioned why that was.
Ottawa’s Black and Indigenous communities hope mourning of Queen’s death will spark new era of apologies and social change
On a dreary Monday in downtown Ottawa, mourners recently gathered to mark the death and commemorate the life of Queen Elizabeth II. Members of the RCMP marched down Elgin Street to the steady beat of drums and the piercing timbre of bagpipes. While many are saddened by the Queen’s passing, Ottawa’s Black and Indigenous communities are grappling with complicated emotions…
Easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Ontario raises concerns for those living with disabilities
People with disabilities are concerned about the easing of COVID-19 restrictions and the impact the moves will have on their health.
Indie theatre in Ottawa fights for creativity amidst convoy chaos and COVID constraints
Many venues have shut their doors to protect the safety of civilians and workers alike. But despite the ongoing occupation and the ongoing threat of COVID-19, one little indie theatre is fighting to keep dreams and creativity alive.