The June 3 event is part of 100in1Day, a civic engagement festival that will see dozens of small events take place across the city.
Author: Devyn Barrie
A stand-up show in Ottawa on Monday will be taped in virtual reality, first in a series for a new app this summer.
Soon, he’ll set out on a North American tour with his new album Bone on Bone, the 33rd album of his career. He’ll play at the NAC in Ottawa — his hometown — on Sept. 22.
A new series coming this fall will bring the best in emerging talent, including some local content, onto the NAC stage every Friday.
The flag appeared in the midst of the Ottawa March for Life, an annual anti-abortion demonstration.
The Confederation Line is supposed to be constructed by May 24, 2018, but that’s not when the trains will start carrying passengers, a memo to council said.
Dozens of employees have been dismissed amid cuts and Rogers shuttered four stations in Southern Ontario.
Ottawa 2017 Executive Director Guy Laflamme told OttawaStart.com the 92 parking spaces the village takes up have been compensated for elsewhere.
Although based in Hamilton, touring musician Terra Lightfoot is finding herself coming back to the capital often and she says she always enjoys the sights and scenes the city has to offer.
OC Transpo route two has been running for decades and, over the generations, ingrained itself into the nostalgia of old Ottawa and the memories of its regular riders.
Offering access to the paper’s website was a “no-brainer” said Ann Archer, manager of content services for the Ottawa Public Library.
When a beaver wanders onto the highway, who responds?
Encount3rs premieres on Thursday at the NAC with three one-act ballets, along with an original musical score for each, created by six Canadian choreographers and composers.
Hundreds gathered at the National War Memorial this weekend to remember the 3,598 Canadians who died in the battle for the ridge.
The city’s water pipe ban is unconstitutional because Middle Eastern culture is intimately connected with smoking them, a court filing says.
The City was betting on a big economic boost if the games ended up in Ottawa, with estimates of 20,000 visitors and $150 million in local economic activity.
The president of uOttawa’s student union filed notice to sue the paper after they reported on allegedly defamatory statements made about him at a public meeting.
If you had 1,700 hours of free time, would you spend it knocking on nearly 2,000 doors to get signatures for a petition to lower your neighbourhood’s speed limit by 10 km/h?
Franco Vigile believed marijuana dispensaries fell under a legal grey area and expanded his dispensary business over the past few months.
What was surprising to me was simply how close and engaged the community was.