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Plans are afoot to host another walkathon in support of the Centretown Emergency Food Centre. This year’s event, the third such charity fundraiser, takes place October 21, 2018.Friday, 12 October 2018 16:33
Many cities in Canada and around the world are using “Vision Zero” to guide their traffic and safety plans. And the City of Ottawa is no exception!Friday, 12 October 2018 14:18
The October concert of the Music at Trinity concert series features the Ottawa Guitar Trio comprised of Nathan Bredeson, François Lacelle, and Alexandre Bougie. They are preparing a wonderful program of classical music gems and music composed for some of our favorite movies, in a guitar trio setting. Since, for the most part, the music they will perform was not originally composed for three guitars, one had to arrange the music and adapt it to this new medium. For most of the program, the music was arranged by the members the trio themselves and one can appreciate the level of artistry it takes for someone to arrange a score conceived in some cases for a full orchestra to a smaller setting such as a guitar trio.Friday, 05 October 2018 19:02
Where do we go for help when we want to make our home more senior friendly or accessible? Who can help us when we need to move? What do we do when we don’t have a family doctor and seek non-urgent care? Whom do we call when we are too sick to manage our care on our own?Wednesday, 03 October 2018 11:48
Ottawa residents are encouraged to drop by any of the City of Ottawa Fire Stations to receive a complimentary light or reflective item.Monday, 01 October 2018 15:09
The first in a 3-part series, DOMS artistic director Roland Graham leads a stellar line-up in a reading of J. S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 3 and 6.
Jim Whitehead has an accumulated knowledge base for Numismatics, the science of coins and medals. Jim is a member of the Royal Canadian Numismatics Association and a Master Collector with the Royal Canadian Mint. Jim will focus on our 25 cent coin and its role in fostering our education through everyday usage. Bring your curiosity and a 'coin' if you have one to share or question or discuss.