Canadian Blog House was invited by Ottawa Tourism and Canadian Heritage to spend an evening with The Arkells on Parliament Hill for a meet-and-greet backstage, and behind-the-scenes access to their Canada Day rehearsals on Parliament Hill. All opinions are our own. When I grow up I want to be a rock music photographer. I've always idolized the late Linda McCartney (first … [Read more...] about An Evening With The Arkells On Parliament Hill
Let's face it, we all love free things, don't we? There's no denying this fact after witnessing the recent Parks Canada giveaway. It was so popular with Canadians, the Parks Canada website crashed due to the influx of visitors scrambling to scoop up one of their free 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass. I'll never forget the first time I found out that one could actually … [Read more...] about Where To Find Free Things For Canadians
Have you ever thought about how much time we spend looking down when we walk around? How often do you look up at the world around you? I pondered this question myself as I spent a recent morning walking around downtown Ottawa. Normally when I'm downtown, I'm there to do something in particular. Whether it's to visit a museum, eat at a restaurant, or attend an event, … [Read more...] about Looking Up In Ottawa
Since moving to Ottawa a few years ago, I've struggled to find a hair stylist that I love - and trust with my hair! It appears my struggles may be over since meeting Stefania Capovilla of Society Salon, on Sparks Street, in downtown Ottawa. In my quest to find my ideal hair stylist, I've visited a number of salons in the Ottawa area, having my hair cut and styled by many … [Read more...] about Meet Stefania Capovilla: The Stylist Behind Society Salon – And Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Hair!
The events of October 22, 2014 forever changed my fellow citizens, my city of Ottawa, and my country, Canada. As a writer, when tragedy strikes, you long to sit down and get all your feelings down on paper (or computer screen in my case). It happens on a regular basis because, unfortunately, a lot of tragic events happen daily all around the world. Problem is, as a Blogger, … [Read more...] about My City. My Country. My Ottawa.