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.
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…
Feminist fair-goers explain what feminism means to them
We asked people at the Feminist Fair why feminism matters to them, and they gave us their answers.
Ottawa hip-hop artist City Fidelia tells story of debut album PainKiller
After releasing his first studio album, Ottawa hip-hop artist City Fidelia shares his insight into the process of making the album and the roots of his music career.
Queer immigrants and refugees take centre stage at Ottawa LGBT film festival
Film festival Inside Out explores challenges in conflicting identities among LGBTQ2S+ refugees and immigrants.
Youth anxieties about climate change reflected in Canadian film
Ottawa youth talk about how they are fighting for climate justice following the premier of the
A Rocky Horror: Local theatre may lose the cult classic
Capital Current goes to what very well may be the last halloween showings of the cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show at Ottawa’s Mayfair Theatre.
Local vegan film festival set to ramp up global profile
About 100 vegan and vegan-curious people attended the second annual Ottawa International Vegan Film Festival at Ben Franklin Place in Nepean on Oct. 6 to see a selection of the best vegan-themed films of the year. And if the festival’s founder follows through on his plans, the event — which…
Spice celebrates a year of success for marginalized performers
Spice, a collective that hosts performance arts events for performers form marginalized communities, celebrated one year of success on Sept. 21.