All posts by Sue Nador

Sue Nador is an Ottawa freelance writer. Her stories appear in Corporate Knights, Huffington Post, YouAreUNLTD and other places. She is currently pursuing her MFA in Creative Nonfiction at the University of King’s College and writing a book about marriage. Her blog,, has a loyal following. ***** Sue Nador est rédactrice indépendante à Ottawa, où elle collabore notamment avec Corporate Knights, le Huffington Post et YouAreUNLTD. Elle prépare actuellement une maîtrise en contenu créatif non romanesque à la University of King’s College, tout en écrivant un livre sur le mariage. Son blogue,, rassemble une communauté de lecteurs fidèles.

Discovering Ottawa’s Hidden Lowertown

At least once a week I venture over to Ottawa’s Lowertown. It is a scenic stroll along the canal from our Centretown home. It’s always … Continue Reading

Day Tripping to Wakefield, Quebec: Iconic Canadian “Must-Sees” Minutes from Ottawa

Since moving to Ottawa last year, my husband and I have explored Old Hull, Chelsea and other … Continue Reading

What To Do This Winter In Ottawa’s Centretown

Moving to Ottawa’s Centretown this summer was an easy transition: cycling paths bursting with floral colour, arts festivals galore, outdoor yoga on Parliament … Continue Reading

Exploring Old Hull, Gatineau

After decades of Toronto living, my husband and I moved back to our hometown of Ottawa this month. We love the nation’s capital and our … Continue Reading

A Day Trip To Guelph

“Want to visit Guelph?” I ask my 20-something–year-old son. We feel a mid-winter itch to escape the big city. Only an hour train ride from … Continue Reading

Beyond Oktoberfest: What To Do in Kitchener-Waterloo

Late autumn is that fuzzy time between summer fun and holiday cheer. What’s a restless Toronto couple to do? My husband and I … Continue Reading