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This session was presented at the 2014 Ontario Heritage Conference in Cornwall, May 23-25,2014. Presenters: Linda Anderson, Chief of By-law and Regulatory Services, City of Ottawa and Sally Coutts, Heritage Planning Coordinator, City of Ottawa
The Holly and the Ivy arranged for brass quintet by Matt Kingston. Recorded in rehearsal on Monday November 21st, 2016. The Ottawa Brass Initiative presents its HOLIDAY CONCERT! Saturday December 3rd, 2016 7:30pm at Barrhaven United Church (3013 Jockvale Rd.) Program includes music from The Nutcracker, The Messiah, traditional carols, and more! Tickets available at The Leading Note (370 Elgin St.) and at the door. $15 Adult $10 Student/Senior Free for children 12 and under! website: OttawaBrass.wixsite.com/TOBI TOBI Brass Quintet: Trumpets - Davide Da Silva, Emily Bellman French Horn - Caitlin Coppell Trombone - Jack Erdmann Tuba - Tristan Whalen-Hughes
O Magnum Mysterium by Morten Lauridsen arranged by Tristan Whalen-Hughes Performed by The Ottawa Brass Initiative's Brass Quintet at their Holiday Concert. Saturday December 3rd, 2016 at Barrhaven United Church. OttawaBrass.wixsite.com/TOBI TOBI Quintet: Trumpets - Emily Bellman, Davide da Silva French Horn - Caitlin Coppell Trombone - Jack Erdmann Tuba - Tristan Whalen-Hughes
We are so pleased to share that together this year we will change 56,900 lives in Ottawa. This wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of donors and the dedication of volunteers, agency partners, and other collaborators. United Way will invest in more than 110 programs and other community initiatives that support Ottawa’s most vulnerable. This includes at-risk youth, newcomers, people who live with disabilities, people facing mental health and addiction issues, and more. This has been an incredible year. Ottawa has shown great support for our traditional campaign and also important new fundraising activities such as the Small Change financial education app, spark women’s giving initiative, and United for Refugees. Thank you to all of you who continue to support the important work...
The Capital Host Club is a new initiative, spearheaded by Ottawa Tourism and the City of Ottawa, to partner with the city's academic and business leaders to bring international events and conferences to the Ottawa region. The launch event was held on November 27, 2014 at the Canadian Museum of Nature. The event unveiled the program to a hand-picked group of business and academic leaders. http://capitalhostclub.ca/
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Event: Canada Day Rally: on July 1, 2016, Canada's 149th Birthday Organized by: Bangla Caravan, Ottawa, ON Bangla Caravan is an initiative to share rich Bengali culture and heritage with the members of Canadian multicultural mosaic. Video and Edited by: Quazi S. Mowla, Ottawa
This public service announcement is meant to show the importance of the classic corner pub. This simple and entertaining idea will not only help out the local economy, but substantially reduce the number of drunk drivers on the road.
Jim Watson, le maire d'Ottawa, s'oppose à toute initiative de faire de la capitale nationale une ville officiellement bilingue. Il fait semblant de ne pas comprendre que la capitale d'un pays officiellement bilingue devrait être elle aussi... officiellement bilingue. Vidéoblogue d'Élise Gauthier. TFO 24.7, le nouveau regard francophone TFO 24.7 / http://tfo.org/24.7/ Twitter / http://twitter.com/TFO247 Facebook / http://facebook.com/TFO24.7
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square by Eric Maschwitz and Manning Sherwin. Arranged for brass quintet by Jack Gale. Performed by The Ottawa Brass Initiative's Brass Quintet at its Inaugural Concert. Saturday October 22nd at Barrhaven United Church. OttawaBrass.wixsite.com/TOBI
Victory Arts produced the video for the City of Ottawa "Choosing our Future" initiative. The Project Choosing our Future is an exciting initiative of the City of Ottawa, the City of Gatineau and the National Capital Commission to help Canada's Capital Region to succeed in meeting the challenges of the 21st century by integrating sustainability, resiliency and liveability into all facets of the community. It's about making informed choices and considering the long-term impacts of how we travel, where we live and how we build prosperous, healthy communities. choosingourfuture.ca
Christmas Crackers: A Carol Fantasy, the second movement from the Christmas Crackers suite arranged by John Iveson. Performed by The Ottawa Brass Initiative's quintet at its Holiday Concert. Saturday December 3rd, 2016 at Barrhaven United Church. More information about TOBI at our website: OttawaBrass.wixsite.com/TOBI
Gipsy's Creationz presented the Miss/Mrs. Multicultural Ottawa Pageant to raise fund for the Multifaith Housing initiative, organised by Gipsy Ghosh. A great evening of charity, entertainment, and lots of fun. A nice turn out of the public as well as local dignitaries made it an unforgettable evening.
At the Ottawa Folk Festival, we are dedicated to reducing our ecological footprint and to inspiring our festival goers to integrate green thinking into their daily lives. However, we would like to do more: to encourage other festivals and events to broaden their environmental initiatives, as well as to learn from you how we can improve upon our own greening practices. We have produced the following documentary with financial support from the TD Friends of the Environment Fund to display our greening activities during our 17th annual festival this past August. We hope you enjoy and will share with us your experiences and ideas!
Ottawa Valley Wood is a County of Renfrew initiative designed to make it easier for people to make local purchasing decisions. Consider sourcing local wood for your next renovation or building project, or give the gift of wood. For more information, contact email@example.com and visit us online at www.OttawaValleyWood.com
Katie Hession from Bayshore Shopping Centre explains how the mall is sharing the #PowerofPink in the Fight Against Bullying Initiative in Ottawa promoting social change, raising funds for Do It For Daron.
The Ottawa Brass Initiative presents its HOLIDAY CONCERT Come join us as our brass quintet presents a program of holiday favourites including music from The Nutcracker, The Messiah, traditional carols, and more! 7:30pm Saturday December 3rd, 2016 Barrhaven United Church (3013 Jockvale Rd.) Tickets available at The Leading Note (370 Elgin) and at the door. $15 Adult $10 Student/Senior Free for children 12 and under! More information at: OttawaBrass.wixsite.com/TOBI TOBI Brass Quintet Trumpets - Davide Da Silva, Emily Bellman French Horn - Caitlin Coppell Trombone - Jack Erdmann Tuba - Tristan Whalen-Hughes Audio recorded in rehearsal on Monday November 28th, 2016