In Town and OutMeals at the readyAug 29, 2015 | 10:48Working chef, TV host, author, chef Michael Smith has a crazy schedule but he still makes meals from scratch for his family. Hear his tips on how you can easily plan ahead too.
In Town and OutWorld-famous kayaking wave in Beachburg, near OttawaAug 29, 2015 | 8:45This white-water town is hosting the ICF World Championships in freestyle kayaking, featuring the 7-foot Garburator Wave on the Ottawa River. Meet world champion Nick Troutman. Opening ceremonies are tomorrow.
In Town and OutThe first ever Ottawa DronefestAug 29, 2015 | 10:12Look up, in Carp today. The skies above the Oz Dome Sports Complex will be full of drones. It's a celebration of multi-rotor helicopters, from building them to racing them.
In Town and OutHoney & Rust sounding sweetAug 29, 2015 | 11:06This new trio reached the regional finals in the CBC Searchlight competition. Tonight, they're taking their violin licks and raspy choruses to a stage on Gladstone.
In Town and OutRowan - new restaurant in the GlebeAug 29, 2015 | 8:21The owners are hoping its British pub fare will be a hit with local foodies. Restaurant reviewer Kent Van Dyk gives his expert impression.
In Town and OutRising Canadian golf star at the Canadian Women's OpenAug 22, 2015 | 7:56Today, all eyes are on teenage phenomenon Brooke Henderson. She's trying to be the first Canadian in over forty years to win an LPGA tour event on home soil.
In Town and OutAsinabka Aboriginal Film & Media Arts FestivalAug 22, 2015 | 11:26This festival looks at ALL aspects of the human condition, including what it means to be a man. It runs until tomorrow. Pay what you can admission.
In Town and OutBad Axe Throwing - Drop in and haul axes for funAug 22, 2015 | 7:04It's the official public opening of its Ottawa location and they're doing it with a bang. This weekend, try your hand at throwing axes, for free at 1580 Liverpool Court, unit #8.
In Town and OutCreate-a-Space is losing fundingAug 22, 2015 | 8:55Women who have experienced homelessness or mental health issues have had an oasis every week to express themselves through art. The drop-in sessions at The Bronson Centre is a pilot project and it's funding is almost finished.