Ian Sherman

Even with masks on, this year’s 27th Annual Ottawa Philanthropy Awards felt like a breath of fresh air.
Event aims to raise $1 million to support people living with cancer in our community.
Charities say the move will help better serve community youth in an increasingly competitive fundraising landscape.
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I first learned about the importance of volunteerism at the dinner table, whether that was on Friday night welcoming the Sabbath, during holidays and festivals or Sunday Funday family get-togethers
Board of Trade chair and community leader sees opportunities for more advisory and consulting work with new venture
New organization will continue to boost young people’s physical health, but will focus more on serving Gatineau and west Quebec and on youth social justice activities.
Former tech leader joins distinguished list of previous honourees that includes Dr. Jack Kitts, Roger Greenberg, Jim Durrell and the late Wes Nicol.
It was the organization’s first official board election since the former Ottawa Chamber of Commerce merged with the West Ottawa Board of Trade and the Orl​éans Chamber of Commerce in 2018.
Annual event raises most amount of money to date despite switching to a virtual format due to COVID-19 pandemic
The longtime Ottawa resident spent more than a decade in communications and marketing posts with the new foundation’s predecessor, the Ottawa Senators Foundation.