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Ottawa Canada has some of of the countries most buzzed about attractions. It’s home to Canada's oldest operating Farmers Market and is one of the places Le Cordon Bleu chose to train culinary students, many of which go on to culinary fame and open restaurants in the city. Ottawa is also home to seven national museums that focus on everything from war, technology and aviation, to art, nature and science. In this video we will explore some of the main highlights.
Events such as the Ottawa Tulip Festival and Ottawa Bluesfest, prizes such as the Ottawa Book Awards and groups such as choirs and heritage societies would lose every penny of their annual funding under cuts proposed to balance the City of Ottawa's 2009 budget. If your Ottawa includes culture, make sure your voice is heard. Write your city councilors and tell them that disproportionately attacking the arts is destructive and shortsighted. For more information, visit www.artsyclean.com
Culture Shock OT Alumni Filmed & Edited by: Curtis Alvaro @context_media Culture Shock International Showcase presented by Culture Shock Canada Centrepointe Theatre October 20th, 2017 http://cultureshockcanada.org www.facebook.com/cultureshockcanada #contextmedia www.youtube.com/CurtisAlvaro www.facebook.com/Contxtmedia/ Instagram: @context_media --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Culture Shock is an international organization and a network of non-profit dance companies founded in San Diego, California in 1991 with the purpose of using hip hop dance to bring at-risk youth into an environment that promoted acceptance, achievement and self-confidence. As Canada’s first non-profit, professional hip hop dance troupe, Culture Shoc...
VISIT TheRebel.media for more fearless daily news, commentary and activism: http://www.TheRebel.media http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV **** Brian Lilley of TheRebel.Media reports: The University of Ottawa Student Federation cancelled a free yoga class due to concerns of cultural sensitivity. Yoga comes from India so apparently, only those from India can enjoy yoga. Don’t these first world kids have more important things to worry about? JOIN TheRebel.media for more fearless news and commentary you won’t find anywhere else. http://www.TheRebel.media VISIT our NEW group blog The Megaphone! It’s your one-stop shop for rebellious commentary from independent and fearless readers and writers. http://www.TheRebel.Media/TheMegaphone READ Brian Li...
Ottawa: Canada's Innovation Capital OCRI is the leading economic development agency in the Ottawa region for the knowledge-based Sector. Key service areas include international outreach (trade and investment), investment and commercialization, entrepreneurship and innovation, educational support and networking.
Serving the largest urban Inuit population in Canada, the Ottawa Inuit Children's Centre provides education programming with additional cultural content. Children who attend the Ottawa Inuit Children's Centre not only follow the same curriculum as any other child in Ontario, but they also get the added benefit of learning their own culture and language. For more information about Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, please visit http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca. For more information about the Ottawa Inuit Children's Centre, please visit http://www.ottawainuitchildrens.com Read a transcript of this video on the AANDC web site: http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1360852806986/1360852850698
This event was disrupted almost immediately by protesters. An edited version with extra footage will be posted soon. Please subscribe so that you will be updated automatically. See below to jump ahead to content: A brief update of the situation is given on camera at 14:35 Reuben from CAFE gives an impassioned talk to the audience at 17:56 Denise from CAFE gives an update at 24:10 The camera is turned to the audience at 24:55 Campus security guards implore the audience to be respectful at 27:10 Janice Fiamengo returns to the podium at 29:20 Protesters become abusive almost immediately after Dr. Fiamengo begins to speak at 29:46. Updates at 44:35 and 45:25 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Don't miss this exciting lecture by sensational professor J...
HKCBA Seminar October 11 2017 China’s culture and business practices differ significantly from those in Canada. As you start or expand your business in China, an understanding of Chinese business etiquette and culture will be crucial to your success.
An interactive phone-in that allows viewers to ask questions of our panel of experts.
NACS 2016 Queen Elizabeth Theatre - Toronto, Ontario, Canada On February 20th, 2016, nine competitive dance teams whom represent 17 universities colleges, took part in an inter-university dance competition that was brought together by four unique forms of dance; Bhangra, Bollywood, Classical, and Western Fusion.
Susan Ormiston investigates an explosion of concern about sexual assault among university students.
Journée franco-ontarienne organisée par l'Université d'Ottawa dans le cadre de l'Université d'été sur la francophonie des Amériques 2015. "Lieu, culture et appartenance à Ottawa-Gatineau - les géographies de la frontière au quotidien", par Luisa Veronis, professeure agrégée en géographie sociale de l'Université d'Ottawa. "L'Ontario français et l'université", par Serge Dupuis, stagiaire postdoctoral de la Chaire pour le développement de la recherche sur la culture d'expression française en Amérique du Nord (CEFAN) de l'Université Laval.