TD Place is about to become home to a new piece of art that celebrates our nation’s major milestone birthday and also has the distinction of having raised thousands of dollars to help children and
Bryce Conrad was perfectly happy working as an assistant deputy minister in the federal government.
The midweek slump is about to take a tasty turn for the better as legions of Ottawa residents prepare to do something so simple for charity: Dine out this Wednesday, April 26.
Michael Healey’s brand new political satire 1979 was put to a full house, not for a vote but to entertain the audience members that packed the place for the Great Canadian
Addition of new restaurants along Wellington Street West has made neighbourhood a destination for diners, but increased competition for established venues.
The Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park got a little sweeter Saturday as it played host to Ottawa’s first urban suga
Popular dance competition brings in $160,000 for patient care and research at The Ottawa Hospital
When Karen Secord used to hear the word “innovation” she would often think of high tech, satelli
Youngest-ever co-chair of United Way Ottawa’s community campaign finds inspiration in striving to make the capital a better place in which to live.
The Royal Ottawa Foundation for Mental Health has hired seasoned professional fundraiser Mitchell Bellman as its new pre