Five Indigenous-Owned Local Businesses You Should Support Next Time You Shop

It’s always encouraged to shop local when you can, especially in recent times when small businesses need all the support they can get. But what’s better than supporting local businesses? Supporting Indigenous owned businesses in your community. Here’s a list of five great ones in the Ottawa/Gatineau area you should check out next time you’re […]

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The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation at Beechwood Cemetery

September 30th marked the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. To acknowledge the day, Beechwood Cemetery partnered with Project of Heart, the Assembly of 7 Generations, and the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society to host an educational day for the public.   Members of A7G, Beechwood Cemetery, Family Caring Society, and Project […]

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RBC Bluesfest and CityFolk’s Joe Reilly on Bringing Live Music Back To Ottawa

If you’re looking for even the smallest bit of normalcy right now, we have some good news for you. Live music is coming back to Ottawa. Over two weekends, CityFolk and RBC Bluesfest are coming to Landsdowne Park, and they’re bringing some incredible acts with them. For more information on that, click here. 95.7 ELMNT FM‘s Aiden […]

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Ottawa’s Newest Library Facility Name Revealed

The Ottawa Public Library-Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility has officially been named “Ādisōke”. The word comes from the Anishinābemowin Algonquin language, and appropriately means “storytelling” in English.    The name of the new facility was announced this morning at 555 Albert Street, where the library will eventually stand. Leaders from the Kitigan Zibi Anishinābeg […]

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