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Monster Jam



Venue:
FirstOntario Centre
101 York Blvd Hamilton

When:
Sat, 13 Apr 2019 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Gordon Lightfoot



Venue:
FirstOntario Concert Hall (Formerly Hamilton Place)
1 Summers Lane Hamilton

When:
Thu, 15 Nov 2018 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Colin James



Venue:
FirstOntario Concert Hall (Formerly Hamilton Place)
1 Summers Lane Hamilton

When:
Fri, 5 Apr 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Rumours: a Tribute To Fleetwood Mac



Venue:
FirstOntario Concert Hall (Formerly Hamilton Place)
1 Summers Lane Hamilton

When:
Sun, 21 Oct 2018 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Shawn Hook



Venue:
FirstOntario Concert Hall (Formerly Hamilton Place)
1 Summers Lane Hamilton

When:
Mon, 22 Oct 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Headstones (16+ Event)



Venue:
FirstOntario Concert Hall (Formerly Hamilton Place)
1 Summers Lane Hamilton

When:
Thu, 1 Nov 2018 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Marvel Universe Live!



Venue:
FirstOntario Centre
101 York Blvd Hamilton

When:
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


A Visual Story Telling Workshop with Neil Ever Osborne


Latow Photographers Guild with Neil Ever Osborne A Visual Storytelling Workshop at the Art Gallery of Burlington From swimming with grizzly bears in the Pacific Northwest, to dropping a 6-million dollar robotic submersible down onto the Gulf of St. Lawrence seafloor, to sitting with an Inuit in the Canadian Arctic wind at -50℃, Neil Ever Osborne is a visual storyteller working on conservation campaigns that express the important link between people and planet. He’s even hiked through the heart of the Brazilian Amazon and didn’t get bitten by a snake, though he saw a spider the size of a dinner plate. Hear more of Osborne’s misadventures and some fortunate successes as he gains insight from elders in Ecuador’s fragile rainforests, cod-kissing fishermen on the East coast, and a farmer who lives with penguins in his backyard. In their voices, Osborne reflects, “we understand a little bit more about how this crazy world works, and how inherently connected we are to the living planet.” Three nieces add a final touch of wisdom when he talks about his work closer to home, a place he will always want to protect. Osborne’s work is deeply rooted in a documentary approach that bears witness to humanity’s ecological footprint – the human demand on nature. All the while, he uses visual storytelling to start a dialogue he believes is of the utmost importance: we’re not apart from nature, but very much part of it. Whether you’re an entry-level photographer or avid Instagrammer, a committed enthusiast or a professional communicator, this visual storytelling workshop experience is designed to help you tell more effective stories with your images, but perhaps more significantly, it’s about a community dialogue. More about Visual Storytelling Visual storytelling uses a series of photos to share a narrative—about a place, a character, or a cause—that people can connect to in a way that gets them to act. Throughout this workshop with Neil Ever Osborne you will be introduced to the ingredients of effective visual storytelling. Using case studies from his work with international magazines and environmental organizations that explore the intricate link between people and planet this workshop will demonstrate the use of visual storytelling to create conversations that matter. Value to Participants • pre-visualize your story before you go into the field • create a visual narrative using a diverse set of images • produce photos with three “distinct features” that Neil uses to make images stand out from the rest • on assignment tips and tricks to help you create that one-of-a-kind shot in any location • get your work in front of the right audience • latest innovation in gear through collaborations with Nikon • valuable industry knowledge with an emphasis on the importance of storytelling • professional direction and advice for launching editorial assignments and/or projects • an overview of conservation photography within the realm of environmental communications • critique and comments on single images and projects to advance your photographic craft • a professional contact in the field of visual storytelling Recommended Gear to Bring • DSLR/mirrorless camera body with at least one lens (required) • laptop computer for note taking or pen and notebook • USB thumb drive

Venue:
Art Gallery of Burlington
1333 Lakeshore Road Burlington

When:
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 9.00am -
Sat, 20 Oct 2018 4.30pm


SARAH MacDOUGALL - Canadian Folk Award Winner, toured with Cat Empire, Tallest Man on Earth


$15.00 +SC
8:00 PM
AA / Licensed (Casbah Main Hall)

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The Casbah presents,

Western-Canada Folk Award Winner,

SARAH MacDOUGALL (with band)
with guests Gareth Inkster Band, Fanny Price



8PM || $15, available on-line at www.casbahlounge.ca

CASBAH | 306 King St W | 905-741-7625



Has toured with Cat Empire, Tallest Man on Earth, Lee Harvey Osmond & Passenger



Both a continuation and an evolution, All The Hours I Have Left To Tell You Anything is MacDougall’s fourth record, following 2015’s Western Canadian Music Award winning album Grand Canyon.



The first single from All The Hours I Have Left To Tell You Anything, EMPIRE was created at an artist retreat in an abandoned silver mine town in the Yukon shortly after the death of her grandfather and the dissolution of a long-term relationship. The song is as catchy as it is mysterious, ambitious, and heroic.



All The Hours I Have Left To Tell You Anything conjures up themes of identity, death, breaking down of relationships, birth, and the ghosts we carry throughout. MacDougall’s writing deftly captures the urgency of life and surrendering to its immediacy. Epic while remaining intimate, lush while staying stark, and melancholy while still managing to celebrate, the record is undoubtedly influenced by MacDougall’s Swedish roots and the vast and dark beauty of the North.



All The Hours I Have Left To Tell You Anything builds and evolves from MacDougall’s unique sound adding dance rhythms, atmospheric guitars and synths to augment her haunting vocals and poetic lyrics. She called on some of her favorite musical friends to join her on the record including Anna Ruddick (Bry Webb) on bass, and Loel Campbell (Wintersleep) on drums. Production, engineering and additional instrumentation was done by Marcus Paquin (Arcade Fire, The National). Additional production and engineering work by Vancouver based Nygel Asselin and LA based Rich Jaques and Bill Lefler, all combine to make this a truly special record.



Sarah has been described as a mesmerizing performer, and she has played festivals such as Iceland Airwaves, Edmonton Folk Festival, Reeperbahn, and has shared the stage with artists such as Bruce Cockburn, Cat Empire, Tallest Man on Earth, Passenger, and more.



Awards and nominations:



2015 Canadian Folk Music Award, Contemporary Singer of the year- Nominee

2015 Western Canadian Music Award, Roots solo album of the year- Winner

2012 Western Canadian Music Award, Roots solo album of the year- Winner

2012 Western Canadian Music Award, Songwriter of the year- Nominee



Selected reviews:



‘Sarah MacDougall’s beautiful new record is as vast and as varied as its namesake’- CBC



Grand Canyon is a refreshing addition to Canada’s singer-songwriter genre, but it’s also so much more. The album is filled with Sarah MacDougall doing what she does best: taking indie-pop expectations and shooting them full of fresh turns and honest lyrics- Greyowl point= Proud hoot (really good)



“an excellent and an accomplished album and augers well for Sarah’s future as a distinctive writer with a unique voice. A sterling effort.”- NE:MM



“an album of darkness and light, the spring and sun after a long, arctic winter” Exclaim!:: 8/10



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Venue:
The Casbah
306 King Street West Hamilton

When:
Wed, 24 Oct 2018 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Hamilton Job Fair - October 31st, 2018


Looking for Work? New Career?, Immediate Hiring? Direct Interview? DO NOT MISS THE HAMILTON JOB FAIR: TIME: 1:00PM TO 3:00PM HOTEL: Hilton Hotel ADDRESS: 40 Bay Street South, Hamilton, L8P 0B3 MEET FACE TO FACE WITH HIRING COMPANIES IN HAMILTON Recruiters, HR Managers, Hiring Companies, Associations, Employment Agencies. FREE ADMISSION FOR JOB SEEKERS ONLINE REGISTRATION REQUIRED, CLICK HERE TO REGISTER SUBMIT YOUR RESUME FOR EMPLOYERS Employers might contact you before the Job Fair. UPLOAD RESUME HERE HUNDREDS OF DAILY JOB POSTINGS - CLICK HERE TO APPLY TODAY EMPLOYER REGISTRATION CLICK HERE EMPLOYER SOLICITATION IS NOT ALLOWED AT THE JOB FAIR. STAY CONNECTED WITH JOBS CANADA BLOG CANADA MAGAZINE http://www.jobscanadafairs.com/ WEBSITE: http://www.jobscanadafair.com/ WEBSITE: http://www.jobscanadafair.com/ / LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jobs-canada/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/jobscanadafair YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/wbgcanada GOOGLE + : https://plus.google.com/+JobsCanada INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/jobscanadafair/ PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.ca/JobsCanadaFair/

Venue:
HILTON HAMILTON HOTEL
40 Bay Street South. Hamilton. Hamilton

When:
Wed, 31 Oct 2018 1.00pm -
Wed, 31 Oct 2018 3.00pm

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