Ottawa RBC Bluesfest bringing you the “Room Service Concert Series” for the summer

This article has been updated.  Are you missing that concert vibe? Remember the feeling of renting a hotel room to see a concert and how exciting it was getting ready for the event? Well you can relive that feeling as there is a great opportunity coming right here in Ottawa! RBC Ottawa Bluesfest has teamed […]

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Beaded Red Dress Workshop at NAC

Red Dress Day takes place on May 5th. A very important day to recognize MMIWG (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls). Join a beading workshop with your teacher Mairi Brascoupe (Algonquin Anishinabeg) who is the Indigenous Cultural Resident for Indigenous Theatre at the National Arts Centre. Making these simple beaded red dress pins can help […]

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Prince of Wales Bridge proposed to be renamed Chief William Commanda Bridge

Chief William Commanda Bridge has been proposed as the new name of the former Prince of Wales Bridge in the Capital. William Commanda served as Chief of the Kitigàn-zìbì Anishinàbeg First Nation near Maniwaki, Quebec between 1951 and 1970. Chief Commanda was known for using his traditional ways to help guide his community. He was a trapper, woodsman, craftsman and […]

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Limit of 25 people on outdoor recreational facilities starts Friday in Ottawa

A limit of 25 people at outdoor recreational facilities in Ottawa will start this Friday at 5am. Chief Medical Officer of Heath Dr. Vera Etches has placed a cap on the number of people using outdoor recreational facilities in the city, including at public skating rinks, at the top of tobogganing hills, trail heads, and […]

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Restaurants in and around Ottawa making Christmas dinner this year, so you don’t have to!

Let’s face it, some of us get stressed during the holidays. Having to prepare a massive Christmas meal can make that more stressful, especially when there is that one person in the family who actually likes cranberry sauce so you have to run to the grocery store one last time so everyone’s happy. You are cooking right until the last minute, when finally, the turkey is in the oven, the gravy is piping hot, the stuffing is steaming, and all within a matter of minutes, dinner is over. You’ve prepped for […]

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Osheaga announces 2021 festival headliners

“Bigger and better than ever!” says the organizer of Osheaga as they announced part of their 2021 lineup, which includes headliners Post Malone, Cardi B and the Foo Fighters. The festival’s official Twitter page announced the annual event will be returning from July 30th – August 1st, 2021. So, the question remains whether it will go on in person, go virtual or even face cancellation again. Organizers say that they will be following the Quebec government’s decisions and monitoring restrictions closely as the festival start date approaches. The event’s website shows different payment plans for tickets, but does […]

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