As the winner of the university’s annual Concerto Competition, Nicholas Richard, a originally from Fredericton, New Brunswick, will get a chance to showcase not only his talents, but also the sound of the bassoon—an often neglected instrument in the orchestra.
The club was founded in 2012 to get students and youth involved in Parks Canada programs and raise awareness of Canada’s many national parks and heritage sites. It aims to provide students with a range of opportunities to experience and connect with the country’s unique history.
Birding is no longer just the retiree pastime it used to be. As birding makes use of new apps and encourages gamification, it is quickly being embraced by Millennials everywhere.
Even though the headliner attracted 500 people at most, and the local acts had twenty people show up for their sets, all the acts gave it their all. They all embodied Probably Raymond’s mantra to keep running—to make the most of it for the committed crowds who are there, and maybe make some new fans out of them.
Day two of the Everybody Loves Everybody music festival—organized by the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa—was a successful hip-hop night featuring local artists and major names Pusha T and 6lack.
The book champions the unique talents that everyone has and asks readers to see the inherent value in all life, even in the most marginalized groups in society.