Equality and Justice
For People With Disabilities

Jamming for Justice

Presented by

March 22, 2017


Craig Cardiff

Craig is a Canadian singer-songwriter. Known throughout Canada, Craig is developing a following throughout North America and into Europe. With guitar in hand, Craig can turn any setting into an intimate affair. Infusing his music and lyrics with a uncompromising humanism rarely seen in today’s production-heavy climate. Craig Cardiff builds landscapes of sound using live digital loops, bringing the room to a hush. Edged, folk, beautiful, melancholy and left leaning, one song breaks your heart, and the next one puts it back together.


Chérie is an emerging musical act on the Ottawa-Gatineau scene. The band has been attracting a following since 2015 based on their captivating performances at venues like The Black Sheep Inn, Petit Chicago and the CityFolk Festival. Chérie’s music, born from improvisation, is honest, dynamic, and evocative. Performances feature songs in English and French, with vocals in harmony, guitar, bass, brush drums, and ambient electronics. They are currently writing and recording material for a debut full-length record which will be released later this year.


David Yazbeck- Emcee

David Yazbeck practices as an advocate for unions, employees, and human rights complainants in the areas of labour relations, human rights, judicial review and appeals, and Charter litigation, with an emphasis on the federal public sector. He has a particular expertise in employee free speech and whistleblowing, and has argued many of the leading cases.
David channels a passion for music into producing and hosting the second half of the Thursday Morning Special Blend radio program, airing every Thursday at 8:00 am on CKCU 93.1 FM.



General admission: $30 / Student Admission: $20 with valid student card

Please note that this is a 19+ event and I.D. will be required.

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