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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
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
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/
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.
Educators and students at St. Mark High School express how important Service Days are to their school community. One of the goals of our Deep Learning initiative is to prepare our students to contribute to and transform the world. One of the first steps to this is learning to be knowledgeable and kind citizens. For more info, visit: ocsb.ca/citizenship
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 firstname.lastname@example.org and visit us online at www.OttawaValleyWood.com
What do a young female filmmaker from Brooklyn and a high school student from Kansas have in common? More than you would think. Glamour’s philanthropic initiative, The Girl Project, sent director Sabaah Jordan to meet Kylee, a high school senior who has struggled through poverty, bullying, and emotional trauma—but still found the courage to stay in school until graduation day. CONNECT WITH GLAMOUR Web: http://glmr.me/moreVIDEO Twitter: http://glmr.me/glTWITTER Facebook: http://glmr.me/glFACEBOOK Google+: http://glmr.me/glGOOGLE Instagram: http://glmr.me/glINSTAGRAM Pinterest: http://glmr.me/glPINTEREST Tumblr: http://glmr.me/glTUMBLR The Scene: http://glmr.me/glTHESCENE Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: http://glmr.me/glTHESCENE ABOUT GLAMOUR Glamour is for the woman ...
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
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
Authors, students and teachers are invited to discover first-hand how creativity inspires even more creativity. Citizen engagement, Canadian literature and new technologies are on the curriculum with a new initiative that marks the 75th anniversary of the Governor General's Literary Awards and the 25th anniversary of the Public Lending Right. Listen, I read was launched by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Canadian Teacher's Federation, the Public Lending Right Commission and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO. Watch how students from two schools carried out the project. Produced by Miles Finlayson, Endless Road Productions with students of the Holy Trinity Catholic High School, Ottawa.
These short films were created by teams of Sir Wilfred Laurier students over the course of a two-hour workshop called Animate Ottawa, a new initiative presented by the Ottawa International Animation Festival, in cooperation with the Community Foundation of Ottawa, and MASC (Multicultural Arts for Schools and Communities). Animate Ottawa is an in-class presentation that gives students the opportunity to explore animation and make films expressing what they love most about Ottawa. Participants first watch a program of independent Canadian short animation to get inspired, then create a short film under the guidance of animation expert, Tina LeMoine, from MASC. This program is made possible with the financial support of the Community Foundation of Ottawa, and the cooperation of MASC and the ...
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
Depuis 1945, les Pays-Bas font, chaque année, un don de tulipes au Canada symbolisant l'amitié qui règne entre les deux pays. En 1952, faisant suite à l'initiative du photographe canadien d'origine arménienne, Malak Karsh de faire connaître par ses photos la capitale du Canada, la Chambre de commerce d’Ottawa donna naissance au premier festival des tulipes dans cette ville. Près d'un demi siècle plus tard, en 2001, on fit de la tulipe la fleur officielle de la ville. Ce sont des millions de tulipes qui sont plantées au mois de mai par la Commission de la capitale nationale