Community News Archive - February 2005

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-01
Schubert Ensemble of London brings their tour to Ottawa!
The Schubert Ensemble of London will perform in a concert presented by the Ottawa Chamber Music Society on Saturday, February 12th, 8:00 pm at Dominion Chalmers United Church (355 Cooper Street).

HEALTH | 2005-02-01
Organization advocating for rights of people with disabilities supports closure of Rideau Regional Centre
Citizen Advocacy of Ottawa-Carleton – an organization which advocates for the rights and needs of people with disabilities – fully supports the closure of the three remaining Ontario institutions for people with developmental disabilities, including the Rideau Regional Centre in Smiths Falls.

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-01
Robin Black @ Zaphod Beeblebrox
Zaphod Beeblebrox, Jagermeister & Gasoline present "Instant Classic" - CD Release Produced by the legendary BOB EZRIN (KISS, ALICE COOPER, PINK FLOYD) Venus/ EMI Music Canada Recording Artists ROBIN BLACK

SPORTS & RECREATION | 2005-02-01
RIDEAU CANAL SKATEWAY TO HOST SENATORS HOCKEY DAY IN THE CAPITAL AND OTTAWA SENATORS ALUMNI SHINNY HOCKEY GAME
The Ottawa Senators and Direct Energy announced today their partnership with the National Capital Commission (NCC) as an official sponsors of the 35th season of skating on the Rideau Canal Skateway, and also confirmed the return of two hockey activities during the final weekend of Winterlude 2005.

NEWS | 2005-02-01
OCDSB GALLERY OF STUDENT ART
The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board will officially open the Gallery of Student Art at the Administration Building on Greenbank Road on Thursday, February 3, at 6:30 pm.

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-01
A.C.T. AUDITIONS & NEWS '05 - #2
Audition notices & more.

SPORTS & RECREATION | 2005-02-01
GREG MARSHALL RETURNS TO THE CAPITAL
Renegades hire former outstanding Rough Riders lineman as Ottawa’s defensive coordinator

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-03
Ottawa's "Academy Awards"
Centretown Movies, Ottawa's outdoor summer film festival, is looking for your help to choose their line-up this summer. Just like the people who choose the Oscars, you'll get to choose your favourites in several categories, including Action/Adventure, Canadiana, Musical, and more.

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-02
International Night at Elmwood School
Elmwood School hosts is annual International Night on Thursday, February 3rd at 7 p.m. in the School Auditorium.

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-02
Winterlude Stew Cook-Off in the ByWard Market
Over 20 ByWard Market restaurants will gather to compete in the Winterlude Stew Cook-Off on Friday, February 4, 2005, between 12 and 2 pm in Ottawa’s ByWard Market.

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-02
MONEY MONEY cashing in at Zaphod Beeblebrox
Zaphod Beeblebrox & Labatt Honey Brown Ale present Orange Recording Artists MONEY MONEY + RMISTAKE Friday, February 18 (Doors 8pm)

SPORTS & RECREATION | 2005-02-02
RENEGADES UNVEIL 2005 COACHING STAFF
Greg Marshall and Richard Harris new additions to Joe Paopao’s group

HEALTH | 2005-02-02
Bios on 2005 Renegades coaching staff
Greg Marshall, Jim Clark, Jaime Hill, Tommy Condell, Joe Paopao, Richard Harris, Kani Kauahi.

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-02
APOSTLE OF HUSTLE fractures Broken Social Scene at Zaphod Beeblebrox
Zaphod Beeblebrox & Stella Artois present Apostle Of Hustle is BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE guitarist Andrew Whiteman's new side project. Arts and Crafts Recording Artists APOSTLE OF HUSTLE (Andrew Whiteman - Dean Stone - Julian Brown) Saturday, February 19 (Doors 8pm)

NEWS | 2005-02-02
Colonel By Launches Open Eyes Project
Open Eyes is a project that documents Colonel By Secondary School’s mentoring of students around the world in effectively incorporating information technology in education.

BUSINESS | 2005-02-02
NACO: Franco Mannino 1924-2004
Flags at National Arts Centre fly at half mast in honour of former Principal Conductor Franco Mannino who died on Feb. 1

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-06
Weekly Event Round-Up
Winterlude ... Don Cherry's Nightmare ... Murder Mystery on the Fringe ... The Winter Life ... Lowest of the Low ... Hot Lips Cold Cuts ... more!

TRAFFIC | 2005-02-08
Ottawa Transit Bulletin - February 2005
Sightings and Mysteries .. Winterlude ... OC annual ridership stats ... Ottawa 2005 Budget ... TransPlan 2005 ... Riders' Calendar ...

BUSINESS | 2005-02-03
Elmwood School's Theatre Production of "Les Belles Soeurs"
Well-known for premier quality theatrical productions, this year Elmwood School is proud to present Les Belles Soeurs, by noted Canadian playwright Michel Tremblay, February 16 – 20 in the Auditorium.

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-03
Alberta Artists stampede Ottawa
Canada's National Art Centre and Epcor present Alberta Scene, a hotbed of talent

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2005-02-03
PROJET ORANGE rocks Franco-Anglo audiences at Zaphod Beeblebrox
Zaphod Beeblebrox & Hoegaarden present From La Belle Province, with hit songs in English and French Vik/BMG Recording Artists PROJET ORANGE + ROUND 2 Wednesday, February 23 (Doors 8pm)

NEWS | 2005-02-03
Taiwan's Eye Dream exhibit to open at City Hall Art Gallery
Councillor Janet Stavinga will officially open the new exhibition Eye Dream - Multiple Realities in Taiwan Contemporary Photography and Painting. Representatives from the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office and the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts will also be present.

SPORTS & RECREATION | 2005-02-03
GERALDINE HEANEY TO PARTICIPATE IN GIRLS HOCKEYFEST THIS SATURDAY
2002 Olympic Gold medallist to help coach novice- and atom-aged girls at Bell Sensplex.

SPORTS & RECREATION | 2005-02-03
OTTAWA SENATORS FOUNDATION GIVES BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
More than $70,000 will be distributed to local organizations

NEWS | 2005-02-04
Celebrating the Year of the Rooster, Vietnamese Canadian Community donates money to Saint Vincent Hospital
The Vietnamese community in the National Capital Region will celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Rooster on Sunday February 6, at the St. Elias Community Centre (Ridegewood at Riverside), from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The program of this one-day event will consist of a flags procession, lion dance, distribution of lucky money to children, exhibition of arts and crafts, food fair, children’s program, and folk arts performances.

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