All 100 available tickets for the show originally scheduled for March 27 sold out in less than an hour.
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First-of-its-kind event during pandemic will require all spectators to be screened for COVID-19 in advance.
Nearly a dozen other Ottawa organizations also slated to get financial aid as part of $24-million package to help Ontario's cultural sector survive the COVID-19 crisis.
The money will go to musicians whose livelihoods have been upended by the COVID-19 crisis.
When Ian Fraser took the top job at Run Ottawa in 2019, he had no idea how much he’d need to lean on every ounce of experience he’d gained in two decades as an entrepreneur.
Funded by a $10,000 grant from Desjardins Insurance, entrepreneur is poised to launch a new virtual singing academy.
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'Most people would agree cramming 6,000 people into one confined space is not a good idea at this time,' mayor says.
Calabogie Peaks, Mount Pakenham say they stand to lose millions of dollars in revenue due to provincially mandated closures while Quebec resorts remain open.
But no spectators will be allowed inside the arena to watch in person, according to a media report.