Update: [POSTPONED] Maestro Fresh Wes & Logan Staats to perform at virtual Raise Your Voice Concert Series

Update: This show has been postponed with the Stay-at-Home Order in effect. More details to come. Noisemaker has partnered with the National Arts Centre for the virtual Raise Your Voice Concert Series! Raise Your Voice brings an online streamed concert every Thursday night straight to the comfort of your home. Check out the stylings of Indigenous and […]

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Rideau Canal Skateway and trails to open during stay-at-home order

The National Capital Commission confirmed Wednesday night that the Rideau Canal Skateway and their winter trails will open during the stay-at-home order. However, not all amenities will be open and there are restrictions. If you are planning to head to the NCC’s outdoor attractions, you can only use them for exercise purposes and you must […]

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Ontario government announces State of Emergency, stay at home order

Premier Ford announced Tuesday, January 12th that the province would go into a State of Emergency effective immediately to limit the spread of COVID-19. The State of Emergency is set to take place for a minimum of 28 days. This includes more restrictions, including a stay at home order  which will be effective Thursday, January 14th at 12:01AM. Below […]

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The NAC Indigenous Theatre and Ottawa Public Library Partner Up for a 2021 Indigenous Book Club

Are you hoping to read more this year? The National Arts Centre’s Indigenous Theatre and the Ottawa Public Library have partnered up to bring you Our Stories: Indigenous Book Club. Each month from January until June, a book by an Indigenous author will be featured. Readers are invited to join a Facebook event page where discussion questions about […]

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10 Family-Friendly Indigenous Films & TV Shows to Educate Your Kids

A new study from Ryerson University called “Examining Children’s Animated Television in Canada” has shone a light on the representation of people of colour in this medium in 2018-2019. In the findings, 51% of human characters were white, while 49% were people of colour. Representation has increased though, as the previous study revealed 74% of characters were white. However, […]

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