Greenfield/Main/Hawthorne Project Already Trying the Patiences of OOE Residents SHARE LUNCH WITH… OTTAWA’S NEW PWHL WOMEN’S PRO HOCKEY TEAM Riverdale Hydro Station Upgrade Promises Greater Engery Capacity and Resilience
Greenfield/Main/Hawthorne Project Already Trying the Patiences of OOE Residents

Greenfield/Main/Hawthorne Project Already Trying the Patiences of OOE Residents

John Dance Old Ottawa East (OOE) is again under construction with the resumption of the Greenfield/Main/Hawthorne (GMH) project – the massive rebuilding of infrastructure in the northern part of the… Read more »

SHARE LUNCH WITH… OTTAWA’S NEW PWHL WOMEN’S PRO HOCKEY TEAM

SHARE LUNCH WITH… OTTAWA’S NEW PWHL WOMEN’S PRO HOCKEY TEAM

Lorne Abugov It has no name yet, and no logo, but Ottawa’s brand new women’s pro hockey team has a couple of outstanding things going for it as it vies… Read more »

Riverdale Hydro Station Upgrade Promises Greater Engery Capacity and Resilience

Riverdale Hydro Station Upgrade Promises Greater Engery Capacity and Resilience

John Dance Over the next three years, Hydro Ottawa will spend $17 million to upgrade its “substation” at the southwest corner of Main Street and Riverdale Avenue. The work is… Read more »

OLD OTTAWA EAST COMMUNITY UPDATES FOR APRIL 2024

OLD OTTAWA EAST COMMUNITY UPDATES FOR APRIL 2024

John Dance is The Mainstreeter’s chief reporter and the former Chair of the Old Ottawa East Community Association’s Planning Committee. Relying upon his extensive experience. he keeps our readers informed… Read more »

THE MAINSTREETER’S NEWSPAPER READERSHIP SURVEY – Loud and clear – Our Readers Want More Local News, Dining Out and Health & Fitness Content

THE MAINSTREETER’S NEWSPAPER READERSHIP SURVEY – Loud and clear – Our Readers Want More Local News, Dining Out and Health & Fitness Content

Lorne Abugov Editor, The Mainstreeter Readership estimate pegged at 7,050 per issue The Mainstreeter’s first opinion survey in almost 15 years has already yielded a fascinating profile of who is… Read more »

From Elgin to Clegg   Ottawa’s First Bus Route Celebrates 100th Anniversary

From Elgin to Clegg Ottawa’s First Bus Route Celebrates 100th Anniversary

John Dance Ottawa East had the very first bus route in the City and the 100th anniversary of its inauguration is being celebrated this year. This achievement is noted at… Read more »

LIVE MUSIC – Nigeria’s Saxophone Preacher Takes Centre Stage at African Music and Culture Showcase

LIVE MUSIC – Nigeria’s Saxophone Preacher Takes Centre Stage at African Music and Culture Showcase

Lorne Abugov Immersive celebration of the continent’s roots transforms the Clegg Street Atelier into a showcase for diversity of African music, culture, attire, cuisine, global dialogue, and small enterprise. Self-taught… Read more »

The Red, Yellow, & Green of Old Ottawa East Eateries

The Red, Yellow, & Green of Old Ottawa East Eateries

Peter Tobin Three business-related developments affecting restaurants in Old Ottawa East (OOE) have surfaced since the February issue of The Mainstreeter was published. Taken together, the changing fortunes of the… Read more »

ART BEAT – OOE Feature: Charifa Labarang- Fast (But Not Furious) and Committed to Inspiring Kids Through Art

ART BEAT – OOE Feature: Charifa Labarang- Fast (But Not Furious) and Committed to Inspiring Kids Through Art

Tanis Browning-Shelp Born in Cameroon, Charifa Labarang blew the doors off the March 15th event The Echoes of the Motherland: Black out Loud Volume II with her exhibition Hues of… Read more »

Our Beloved Maple: 100 Years in the Making and Gone in Half an Hour

Our Beloved Maple: 100 Years in the Making and Gone in Half an Hour

Gayle Singer As we watched the steady progression of tree removal on our street, we knew that our beloved 100-year-old maple was likely going to be cut down at some… Read more »

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