Dominion Carillonneur plays the Voice of the Nation
The Dominion Carillonneur performs a 15 minute concert every day from the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill.
Public input helps shape design of Ottawa’s new central library
A detailed description of the Ottawa Public Library-Library and Archives Canada joint facility that is projected to open to the public in 2024. This month concludes the pre-design and development stages of the initiative that has been ongoing throughout the duration of 2019.
Expert smashes myth: Rage rooms may be fuelling anger
They’ve been breaking attendance records and lots of bottles and old TVs across North America and beyond. And in Ottawa, rage rooms — businesses where customers go to destroy stuff for fun — are on the rise.
Artists worry they’ll be displaced by redevelopment of historic Hintonburg bakery
The plan to redevelop a former bread factory on Gladstone Avenue has locals concerned.
Vogue gone rogue: Activists fighting fast fashion as a way to combat climate change
Fast fashion is becoming an environmental concern for millennials.
Àbadakone at the National Gallery: ‘Continous Fire’ invites viewers to experience international Indigenous art
Àbadakone, the National Gallery of Canada’s new contemporary Indigenous art exhibition, opened Nov. 8 as the second in a planned series of three shows dedicated to showcasing the creativity of artists from dozens of Indigenous nations around the world.
New ‘OTTAWA’ sign will light up for community tributes
The iconic three-dimensional “OTTAWA” sign in the ByWard Market came down Nov. 18 to be replaced by a new, more durable sign that’s set to be installed by mid-December.
Growth of local board game group highlights hot trend
Every Monday evening, a group of about 40 people take over Boston Pizza in Barrhaven. There are new faces and more familiar ones, and they come carrying board games. The participants in these weekly gatherings are members of the Ottawa Board Gaming Community — which has just marked its third…
The League of Super Heroes brings holiday joy
The League of Super Heroes is a non-profit cosplay group in Ottawa, Ont. Formed in 2013, their main goal is to put smiles on children’s faces with their tediously realistic comic-book cosplay as well as raising money for children’s charities across the city.