Advocacy group We the Parents held a meeting at the...
“This is an opportunity to bring the learning outside. To be a place and a space for movement and fresh air.”
“I hope they’ll (the audience) get excited and like how it looks, how it feels,” said Heather Gibson, executive producer of NAC Presents and variety programming. “The experience is going to be much more audience-driven.”
Here is a list of free Thanksgiving meals happening in Ottawa this weekend.
“Being a (police) chief in Ottawa you actually see the impact (drugs have) on families more than anything,” said Vern White, former Ottawa police chief, who’s now a Senator.
“We had a wonderful seven years,” said Governor General David Johnston at his last public event at Rideau Hall on Saturday, capping off his term as one of the longest serving Canadian Viceroys.
Making it past the first year of business isn’t the only accomplishment Caffeine 1Up has under its belt — it’s also created a dedicated community of gamers, too.
The 79 individuals will be interred in 52 caskets, and will be displayed during a Public Visitation, held in the Resource Room of the Canadian Museum of History on September 24, 2017, from 1 to 3 p.m.
“I feel pretty happy with myself for doing this, and I never thought it would happen, so I’m happy I got to do this,” said Zach.
“Since the moment he arrived here, Henry Burris has been committed to the City of Ottawa. Henry is a wonderful role model and community leader,” said Mayor Jim Watson.
“The first step is education,” said Karen McCrimmon, MP for Kanata-Carleton. “We need to get the youth to have this conversation.”
The Ministry of Canadian Heritage dropped plans in 2016 to issue special medals but did not provide a reason, the National Post reported.
“We feel it’s particularly important for young people to see themselves… reflected,” said Hall-Murphy, a librarian who helped coordinate the booklists.
“Canada really has been, from all objective points of view, a groundbreaker (on LGBTQ rights),” Mayor Jim Watson said in a speech.
The first annual Somali Cultural Festival was held on Saturday. Part of its goal is to help the Somali community — particularly youth — retain their heritage.
“It was a truly beautiful moment where we all bonded, and it also taught us that even when there are challenges, people can come together and just use what they have to create something beautiful.”
Submitted footage will be part of a mash-up of moving pictures showing how the people of Ottawa laugh, live and celebrate in this city.
Despite great anticipation and support from the community, Stittsville won’t be getting a farmers market after all.
July 1 was the 150th anniversary of Confederation, but it also marked 50 years of the Brookfield Restaurant and Confectionary in Riverside South.
How a local Muslim group thanked Ottawa church for their support in aftermath of Quebec mosque shooting
When six Muslims were killed in a mosque shooting in Quebec, an Ottawa church held a vigil and sent cards to the Kanata Muslim Association. Now, they and other local churches are being thanked.