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Live Blog - "Attitudes toward Minority Religious Symbols in Canada: Exploring the Impact of Prejudices and Principles"
Mar 22, 2017 - 10:49 AM EST This is the live blog of a panel discussion being held at Carleton University on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016. It is sponsored by the Bell Chair in Canadian Parliamentary Democracy. The Political Science organization is hosting this panel. It features the following professors: Luc Turgeon, Antoine Bilodeau and Stephen White.
Attitudes toward minority religious symbols in Canada- Liz Rodriguez live blog
Feb 11, 2016
Black History Month: Fem(me) Talk
Feb 9, 2016 As part of Carleton University Students' Association (CUSA) Black History Month events, the Race, Ethnicity, and Culture (REC) Hall is hosting a discussion event on womanism and intersectional feminism.
Carleton U students meet to redefine womanism
Feb 9, 2016 Carleton University's Womyn's Centre is hosting a Fem(me) Talk on womanism as a part of the club's Black HERstory Month event. Students are gathering to discuss how womanism is more than just feminism for black women.
Liveblog:Galipeau:Reporters Without Borders Panel
Feb 9, 2016 I will be live blogging a panel discussion hosted by the Carleton University chapter of Reporters Without Borders regarding issues surrounding the balance of press freedom and national security.
We’re Not All In This Together: An Intro to Anti-Blackness in Queer Communities Workshop
Feb 9, 2016 This is a workshop for Black History Month, put on by the Carleton Gender and Sexuality Resource Centre in collaboration with the Institute of African Studies Student Association, the Race and Ethnicity Centre, and the Womyn's Centre. The event organizers state that the event is meant to be a healing space for Black LGBTQ+ people, and a learning space for others, to discuss anti-black racism in LGBTQ+ spaces.
INSPIRA Youth Leadership Conference 2016 by H.O.L.A.S. Feb 9, 2016 I will be covering this all-day, on campus conference put on by the Carleton H.O.L.A.S. More from the Facebook event: Created in 2012 by the Humanitarian Organization of Latin American Students, the INSPIRA Youth Leadership Conference is a unique event that brings together students, the Latin community and field experts.The one-day conference will focus on youth leadership with an emphasis on Latin American development. The primary objective of the H.O.L.A.S Youth Leadership Conference is to engage and motivate students across Canada to become leaders in their fields of interest, while applying their skills for the benefit of others.
Lament for the Land: Climate Change and Mental Health in the North Live Blog
Feb 5, 2016 I will be live blogging a discussion by Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo Willox's called, "Lament for the Land: Climate Change and Mental Health in the North". It is a discussion about the mental and emotional impacts of climate change in the North.
Lament for the Land: Climate Change and Mental Health in the North Live Blog Feb 5, 2016 - 10:51 AM EST Full coverage of Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo Willox's presentation of "Lament for the Land: Climate Change and Mental Health in the North", a discussion about the mental and emotional impacts of climate change in the North.
100th Anniversary of Parliament Hill Fire Feb 9, 2016 The Canadian Museum of Nature is hosting a talk to commemorate the centennial of the fire that destroyed Parliament Hill's Centre Block. The cause of the fire remains a mystery. On Feb. 3, 1916, Parliament went up in flames. A day later, the House of Commons was moved to the Victoria Memorial Museum, now the Museum of Nature, and remained there until 1920. Dr. David Tough of Trent University will speak about the political significance of the fire, which occurred during the First World War.
Test Event - CTV National News, Feb. 1 Edition Feb 4, 2016 This is a test event, preparing for my live blog later tonight. I will be live blogging the CTV National News broadcast from Feb. 1.
17th Annual Kesterton Lecture: Martin Baron in Conversation with CBC's Robyn Bresnahan
Feb 8, 2016 Welcome to my ScribbleLive coverage of this year's Kesterton Lecture. This year's keynote speaker is Martin Baron, executive editor of the Washington Post since 2013 and editor of the Boston Globe from 2001-2012. The Globe's Spotlight Team's 2003 work on sex-abuse cover-ups within the Catholic church won the Pulitzer Prize.
The Inequality Trap: Fighting Poverty Instead of Capitalism
Mar 2, 2016 This is a live blog of a talk by economics professor William Watson. He presents the discussions of his recently published book The Inequality Trap: Fighting Poverty Instead of Capitalism, and also answers questions. The event was held at Carleton University.
Jullian Paquin at the Kesterton Lecture with Martin Baron
Feb 3, 2016 This is a live blog of the 17th Annual Kesterton Lecture at Carleton University with Martin Baron, executive editor of the Washington Post.
Sandstrom- Kesterton live blog
Feb 10, 2016 Coverage of the 17th Annual Kesterton Lecture: Martin Baron of the Washington Post in conversation with the CBC's Robyn Bresnahan
17th Annual Kesterton: Spotlight on Journalism-Justin Samanski-Langille
Feb 3, 2016 This is a live blogging assignment for JOUR 3235 where I will be covering the 17th annual Kesterton Lecture at Carleton University. This year's presenter is Marty Baron, currently the executive editor of the Washington Post, and formerly the chief editor at the Boston Globe during the the Globe's coverage of the Boston Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal.
Bobby Williams at the 17th Annual Kesterton Lecture with Martin Baron
Feb 3, 2016 The 17th Annual Kesterton Lecture at Carleton University is featuring current executive editor of the Washington Post — Martin Baron — with CBC's Robyn Bresnahan. Bobby Williams is blogging live from the lecture.
Live Blog: 17th Annual Kesterton Lecture, featuring Martin Baron Feb 4, 2016 This is a live blog of the Carleton University School of Journalism and Communications' 17th Annual Kesterton Lecture, which features Washington Post executive editor Martin Baron. Tonight's sold-out crowd will hear Baron speak about his work while editor at the Post, as well as his time at the Boston Globe, where he and the newspaper's Spotlight team earned a Pulitzer Prize for uncovering years of sexual abuse cover-ups by the Catholic Church.
Peter Rukavina at the 17th Annual Kesterton: Spotlight on Journalism
Feb 9, 2016 The CBC's Robyn Bresnahan will be speaking with The Washington Post's executive editor Marty Baron. Baron is the former editor of The Boston Globe where he led the daily paper to six Pulitzer Prizes, one of which came in 2003 for the Globe's Spotlight Team investigation on sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.
17th Annual Kesterton: Spotlight On Journalism Feb 3, 2016 A live blogging event at the 17th Annual Kesterton: Spotlight on Journalism, featuring Martin Baron,the executive editor of The Washington Post, and CBC’s Robyn Bresnahan.
17th Annual Kesterton: Spotlight on Journalism
Feb 10, 2016 Martin Baron sits down for a one-on-one conversation with the CBC's Robyn Bresnahan at Carleton University on Feb. 3, 2016 at 7 p.m.
Test 3 Feb 3, 2016 this is to try adding photos (test 3)
17th Annual Kesterton: Spotlight On Journalism
Feb 10, 2016 - 9:58 AM EST Live blog of the discussion between The Washington Post's executive editor Martin Baron and CBC's Robyn Bresnahan held at Carleton University.
Training live blog
Feb 3, 2016 - 6:03 PM EST training for tonight's live blog
Live blog: 17th Annual Kesterton by Raphaela Nehme
Feb 3, 2016 - 6:38 PM EST Martin Baron will be interviewed by CBC's Robyn Bresnahan on change in the journalism world and the story behind the movie spotlight.
Test 2 Feb 3, 2016 - 2:38 PM EST This is my second test
CUAG: Artist Talk with visiting Florida Highwaymen member Mary Ann Carol.
Feb 7, 2016 As part of Black History Month programming, the U.S. Embassy, Ottawa is organizing an exhibition of paintings by the Florida Highwaymen at SAW Gallery from 5 – 29 February.
17th Annual Kesterton: Martin Baron - Spotlight On Journalism
Feb 10, 2016 - 10:18 AM EST Martin Baron, executive editor at The Washington Post, will be at Carleton University in Ottawa,Ontario to discuss how journalists can continue to do meaningful reporting in a digital age. Baron was the editor behind The Boston Globe's report on the sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church, which is chronicled in the film "Spotlight."
Florida Highwaymen: Mary Ann Carroll Feb 3, 2016 I'll be live-blogging Mary Ann Carroll's speech at Carleton University on Wednesday, Feb. 3 about her experience as the only female painter in the Florida Highwaymen during the Civil Rights Movement. Carroll's artwork with be presented at the SAW Gallery featuring the work of the 26 African-American painters from February 5 to 29 as part of Black History Month programming through the U.S. Embassy.
Live Blog: Artist Talk by Mary Ann Carroll Feb 9, 2016 Mary Ann Carroll, the only female member of The Florida Highwaymen, is at Carleton University. The Highwaymen are a group of African-American painters that came together in the 1950s; their work was often rejected by private galleries on the basis of segregation. Carroll is here to speak about her experiences during the Civil Rights Movement. This talk is a part of Black History Month programming.
Black History Month: Research, Represention & Freedom
Feb 2, 2016 - 5:45 PM EST An event put on by Carleton University's History Department. CBC's Adrian Harewood is the facilitator for a discussion with African-Canada author David Austin. The event is taking place at the university's Patterson Hall Tuesday, February 6th. The discussion is in response to his novel; Fear of a Black Nation: Race, Sex, and Security in Sixties Montreal as a point of departure. His conversation will focus a number of subjects related to politics, race, security, prisons, incarceration and human freedom.
Carleton vs U of O Women's Hockey
Feb 5, 2016 I will be live-blogging the women's hockey game between the Carleton Ravens and U of O Gee-Gees.
This is a test Feb 2, 2016 This is a test
Kesterton Lecture: Martin Baron
Feb 23, 2016 - 4:29 PM EST The Washington Post's Martin Baron comes to Ottawa to deliver Carleton University's 17th Annual Kesterton Lecture.
Woodroffe High School Fashion Show Feb 28, 2016
Live Blog: Olivia Carey: Ask Women Anything Mar 8, 2016 Human rights advocate, Amanda Jetté Knox will be sharing her experiences as a writer and advocate of issues involving transgender rights, mental health and addiction. I will be live-blogging throughout the evening. Stay tuned!
CRTC Local and Community TV Programming Review - Day Four
Jan 28, 2016 Follow the fourth day of public hearings into the CRTC's review of local and community television programming regulations. Rogers Communications and Unifor are among today's intervenors.
MAYA GWILLIAM-LIVE BLOG-IN CLASS EXERCISE Jan 27, 2016 A live blog of a previous event used as a training exercise in JOUR 3235, a new media reporting class at Carleton University.
RUKAVINA-Live Blog-In Class Exercise
Jan 27, 2016 - 6:12 PM EST
SAMANSKI-LANGILLE-LIVE BLOG-IN CLASS EXERCISE Jan 27, 2016 This is a live blog of a previous event, presented during a JOUR 3235 Lecture as an exercise in live blogging.
JACOB HARRIS-LIVE BLOG-IN CLASS EXERCISE Jan 27, 2016 A live blogging exercise for JOUR 3235, a new media reporting class at Carleton University.
SANDSTROM-LIVE BLOG-IN CLASS EXERCISE
Jan 27, 2016 - 7:20 PM EST Live blog training for JOUR 3235
RAPHAELA NEHME-LIVEB LOG-IN CLASS EXERICSE Jan 27, 2016 This is a live blog of a previous event and it's part of a training exercise in JOUR3235, a new media reporting class at Carleton University.
SCOTT WHEELER-LIVE BLOG-IN CLASS EXERCISE
Jan 27, 2016 This a live blog of a previous event and that is part of a live blogging training exercise in JOUR 3235, a new media reporting class at Carleton University.
Live Blog: McGuire: Trudeau speech Jan 27, 2016
New Media Lecture Jan 27, 2016 - 1:10 PM EST First Attempt at using scribbelive
Sunday test Jan 24, 2016 Just testing
Ottawa Redblacks vs. Toronto Argonauts
Oct 6, 2015
Ottawa Riverkeeper Annual Public Meeting
Oct 7, 2015 Follow as I live-blog the annual public meeting of Ottawa Riverkeeper, taking place at the Canadian Museum of Nature, Tuesday Oct. 6, 2015, between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Ottawa Riverkeeper is dedicated to protecting the health of the Ottawa River and it's tributaries.
Ottawa-Vanier all candidates debate
Oct 7, 2015 - 6:55 PM EST
All-parties debate at Ottawa City Hall
Oct 5, 2015 - 6:15 PM EST
Ottawa All Party Debate
Oct 5, 2015 Candidates running in Ottawa ridings from the Green, Liberal and NDP debate at City Hall.Candidates:Green: Jean-Luc Cooke (Nepean)Liberal: Catherine McKenna (Ottawa-Centre)NDP: Emilie Taman (Ottawa-Vanier)
Ottawa City Hall All Party Debate
Oct 7, 2015 Mayor Jim Watson has invited candidates from all four major parties to come join a debate at City Hall tonight, Oct. 5. Controversy has arisen from this particular event, because out of the nine conservative candidates in the area, none have agreed to come to the debate. A candidate from each other party has accepted the invite. Catherine McKenna from the Liberal party, Emelie Taman for the NDP, and Jean-Luc Cooke will all be present at tonight's debate.
Ottawa Nepean debate Oct 4, 2015
This Changes Everything - Film Premiere @ Mayfair Theatre
Oct 6, 2015 - 9:40 AM EST Director Avi Lewis and author Naomi Klien are in attendance for the screening of their film This Changes Everything.From mayfairtheatre.caFilmed over 211 shoot days in nine countries and five continents over four years, This Changes Everything is an epic attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change.Directed by Avi Lewis, and inspired by Naomi Klein’s international non-fiction bestseller This Changes Everything, the film presents seven powerful portraits of communities on the front lines, from Montana’s Powder River Basin to the Alberta Tar Sands, from the coast of South India to Beijing and beyond.Interwoven with these stories of struggle is Klein’s narration, connecting the carbon in the air with the economic system that put it there. Throughout the film, Klein builds to her most controversial and exciting idea: that we can seize the existential crisis of climate change to transform our failed economic system into something radically better.
Cloudlab Mobile Design Studio tour
Oct 20, 2015 A mobile "maker" friendly studio visiting the empty lot at 250 Montreal road in Vanier.
Ottawa GEDO Energy Showcase
Oct 3, 2015 A showcase on green energy hosted by Green Energy Doors Open.
Dingerz Batting and Pitching Centre Grand Opening October 3, 2015
Oct 3, 2015 Dingerz Batting and Pitching Centre Grand Opening in Ottawa. It's a new state of art indoor facility dedicated to baseball.
Pottery
Oct 3, 2015
Ottawa 67's vs. Hamilton Bulldogs
Oct 19, 2015 Tonight the Ottawa 67's take on the Hamilton Bulldogs at TD Place. This is their first match-up of the season.
Ottawa Public Forum on Syrian Refugee Resettlement
Oct 2, 2015 Live blog of Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson's public forum on Syrian refugee resettlement. Ottawa City Hall, Thursday, Oct. 1, 5:00pm to 9:00pm
Violin Workshop with Olivia Pelling
Oct 1, 2015 - 1:31 PM EST Olivia Pelling is a celebrated luthier, specializing in the creation and restoration of violins and cellos. The workshop is at her home studio in Gloucester, Ottawa.
Ottawa Peace Festival Panel: Torture, Afghan Detainees and Canadian Accountability
Oct 1, 2015 I will be live blogging on the Ottawa Peace Festival Panel on Torture, Afghan Detainees and Canadian Accountability by 18:30 p.m EST today. The discussion is being organized by the Rideau Institute and the Saint Paul University Students' Association.
Ottawa Fury FC vs. FC Edmonton
Oct 4, 2015
Panel: Torture of Afghan Detainees: Canada’s Alleged Complicity and the Need for a Public Inquiry
Oct 1, 2015 As part of the 9th annual Ottawa Peace Festival, Omar Sabry will lead a discussion on the recently released report, entitled Torture of Afghan Detainees: Canada’s Alleged Complicity and the Need for a Public Inquiry, released by the Rideau Institute and the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
City of Ottawa Public Information Forum on Syrian Refugee Resettlement
Oct 7, 2015 Ottawa City Hall will host a public information forum on Syrian refugee resettlement on Thursday, October 1 from 5 to 9 p.m. The event will bring together Ottawa residents and community organizations along with refugee resettlement experts, in response to the groundswell of community interest in helping Syrian refugees.
The times they are a changing: Kids mental health presentation Oct 6, 2015 A joint presentation on child and youth mental health by The Royal and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), with the Ottawa Carleton District School Board (OCDSB), held on Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. at Sir Robert Borden High School.
StartUp Drinks: Business Over Beers
Oct 1, 2015 - 9:47 AM EST
Zombie Run
Oct 5, 2015 On Sept. 30, the Algonquin Students' Association hosted its third annual five km Zombie Run. All proceeds are going to the Campus Food Cupboard.
The Times They Are A-Changing: Kids' Mental Health Presentation
Oct 5, 2015 Psychiatrists from The Royal, the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario and the Ottawa Carleton District School Board speak about the reality of mental health issues among today's youth.
Patents 101
Oct 2, 2015
Carleton University Students’ Association all-candidates meeting on Youth and Education
Sep 30, 2015
FPA Connects: Engage Sep 29, 2015 - 5:50 PM EST I will be live blogging an event being organized by Carleton University's Faculty of Public Affairs. The event which is titled "Engage" will feature a movie screening on why young people don't vote and a panel discussion with young people who will be discussing their specific involvement and participation in politics.
J5200 Live Blog - Brian Hill Sep 30, 2015 Live Blog
Test
Sep 29, 2015 - 2:27 PM EST test test
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The Study and Go Abroad Fair -Fall 2015 Oct 3, 2015 - 6:00 PM EST
Elephant Parade
Sep 29, 2015 There will be a parade of pink elephants going down Rideau Street later today.
Fake test event
Sep 29, 2015 This is a test on how to use ScribbleLive
Carleton Ravens vs. Binghampton Senators men's pre-season hockey
Sep 29, 2015 The Carleton Ravens men's hockey team faces off against the Binghampton Senators of the American Hockey League (AHL) for a pre-season game at the Carleton Ice House.
Today's weather Sep 28, 2015 Live coverage of today's weather in Ottawa.
Welcoming the full moon with yoga
Sep 30, 2015 A free night time yoga session at Lansdowne Park to salute the full moon.
Ottawa Redblacks vs Toronto Argonauts
Sep 27, 2015 The Ottawa redblacks play football against the Toronto Argonauts at TD stadium
Shinerama half-time presentation @ Ottawa Redblacks
Sep 26, 2015 - 5:19 PM EST
Carleton Ravens vs. Laval Rouge et Or women's rugby Sep 26, 2015 live updates from the women's rugby game, coming at you from MNP Park at Carleton University.
Candidates address questions related to the LGBTQ community
Sep 27, 2015 The Ottawa-centre candidates for the upcoming federal election take on questions related to LGBTQ rights at the National Art Gallery.
Take Back The Night
Sep 24, 2015 Women's rights rally on women walking home at night
Nepean Raiders vs Carleton Place Canadians
Sep 23, 2015 The Nepean Raiders are taking on the Carleton Place Canadians at the Nepean Sportsplex in Jr A hockey.
Firdaus Kharas: Using Laughter and Animation to Save Lives
Sep 23, 2015 Tonight I will be live-blogging entrepreneur Firdaus Kharas' lecture "Using Laughter and Animation to Save Lives" from Carleton University.
RRRA All Candidates debate livestream
Sep 27, 2015 The Rideau River Residence Association is hosting a debate between the Liberal, Conservative, NDP and Green Party candidates in Ottawa Centre.
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AB test
Sep 28, 2015 - 10:35 AM EST Test. Just ignore
Fight Night: Ottawa-Centre All Candidates Debate Sep 23, 2015 - 5:39 PM EST Debate featuring all candidates from the Ottawa-Centre riding and hosted at Carleton University Residence Commons.
Urban Trees in Ottawa: Putting Down Roots for the Future
Sep 29, 2015 The city of Ottawa is launching their urban forest management plan today in celebration of national tree day at Horticulture Building in Landsdowne Park
"Re-Imagining Womyn's Leadership" by Kim Katrin Milan
Sep 23, 2015 I will be live blogging Kim Katrin Milan's keynote speech on creating new platforms for leadership, being given at Carleton University as a part of Fem(me Frosh.
Ottawa Centre all-candidates debate
Sep 29, 2015 I will be live blogging the Ottawa Centre federal election debate being held at Carleton University, starting at 6:00 p.m.
South Sudan: Struggles for Peace & for Gender Equality
Sep 24, 2015 On September 23, 1 p.m., the Carleton Institute of African American Studies hosted "South Sudan: Struggles for Peace & for Gender Equality". The event featured guest speakers Tag Elkhazin, an independent consultant operating under Subsahara Centre with over 25 years of experience working throughout Africa, and Riya William, Civic Education Officer with the Mundri Relief and Development Association and president of Play for Peace in South Sudan.
Yoga on the Hill
Sep 23, 2015 I will be live blogging yoga on Parliament Hill on Sept. 23.
Live event coverage
Sep 23, 2015 This live session is for an in-class assignment Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Feminist Futures Lecture Monday Sept 21 at Carleton University
Sep 27, 2015 A live blog of the Feminist Futures lecture: "The art of (doing) criminology: performance, pedagogy and research” Speaker: Sylvie Frigon, Joint Chair in Women’s Studies, Carleton University and University of Ottawa."

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