With our doors temporarily closed, our weekly community programming has moved online – free and open to the public! That includes:
  • Tweakshops – Wednesday from 11:00-12:00
  • Brown Bag Lunches – every Thursday from 12:00-1:00
  • Wine Down – every Friday from 4:00-5:00
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Our rich calendar of events has something for everyone. From opportunities to connect with like minded people to group and individual learning opportunities that will help you build skills, be inspired and feel supported in whatever you are working on. 

Members have access to these events and so much more. Not yet a member? Pop by for a free tour and day trial to experience our events yourself.


    Members Only

Gain access to one-on-one coaching opportunities with experts in fundraising, business modelling, presentation skills, impact measurement, online marketing, finances and more!

  • Midweek Tweakshop & Hub Hang
  • Wednesdays | 11:00-12:00 PM

A mini-workshop that gives Hubbers a chance to take a quick break while learning and sharing non-essential life skills for richer and more fulfilled lives. Topics and skills change week-to-week.

  • Brown Bag Lunch
  • THURSDAYS | 12-1 PM


An informal lunch & learn led by Hubbers, for Hubbers and non-members! Topics vary each week, but you're always sure to learn something new.

  • Harvest Table Trivia
  • First Tuesday
    of the month
    12-12:30 PM

    Members Only

A midday mental break to test your knowledge on a range of topics and connect with fellow Hubbers.

  • Wine Down
  • FRIDAYS | 4-5 PM

    Members Only

Weekly gathering for members to get to know fellow Hubbers, celebrate the week gone by and enjoy the night view of downtown Ottawa. Oh ... BYOB!


From cohort-based accelerators to workshop series and public talks, our programs take deeper dives into the issues that matter most to our community, from taking collaborative action toward the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to supporting women entrepreneurs.


As one of nine Regional Hubs in the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH), led by the Diversity Institute at Ryerson University, we are conducting research and coordinating activities to better understand and meet the needs of the diverse women entrepreneurs in our network.


Our SDG programming is designed to equip our community with the knowledge, skills and networks to work across sectors to address the social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainable development in our community.