Social Scene | Community Builders: BGC Ottawa’s Starry Night Glamping Gala
Cody Purcell, also known by his stage name “Cody Coyote,” is an Ojibway activist who first made his name as a rising hip-hop artist and motivational speaker. He has become a leading and passionate voice in Ottawa’s Indigenous community, and performed at the gala.
By: Ashley Fraser, Post Media - September 5, 2023
Starry Night Glamping Gala shoots for stars, raises $500K-plus for BGC Ottawa
Among the shining stars that night was Cody Coyote, an award-winning Ottawa-based Ojibwe hip hop artist and motivational speaker. He got everyone to be present for his performance by interacting with and engaging his audience. “He truly held space,” Shopify employee and former rapper and public speaker Peter Joynt told OBJ.social afterward. “That’s tough to do in an environment like this.”
By: Caroline Phillips - September 1, 2023
Cody Coyote performs new song “Snag”
Cody Coyote had a chance to be interviewed by Rosey Ugo Edeh from CTV Morning Live Ottawa on August 2, 2023 where he also performed his new single “Snag”. For those of you who missed the interview and performance, here is a video showing how it went!
Video credits: CTV Ottawa
Location: CTV Ottawa
87 George St, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1N 6Z9
Date: August 2, 2023
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