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.
Fortunately, you don’t need to be an expert on the North to be a member of Parks Canada's Northern Engagement Team or to go on an expedition with Students on Ice. You only need to love learning, and be willing to share what you’ve learned.
The band played in Ottawa in March 2016 in support of their second long-player, Hold On, and commenced a blitz tour through Canada and many parts of the United States. They write about the constant touring on their upcoming album.
The festival was dominated by major indie folk acts like Father John Misty and Canada’s own Broken Social Scene, while more authentic folk acts included Rodriguez and Fred Penner, but most fell in-between—very coffee shop music.
The Karsh Award is presented every two years to an Ottawa artist who displays great skill in photography and dedication to their artistic practice. It is named in honour of brothers Malak and Yusuf Karsh, talented Ottawa-based photographers active in the mid-1900s.
With its fourth season announced for 2018, now is as good as a time as any to look back at what makes this series so memorable.