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Business Beat

Business Beat

By Ron Rose Sula Wok is tantalizingly close to opening It won’t be long until OOE’s newest neighbourhood restaurant, Sula Wok, opens its doors. In the meantime, owners Su Xinhui… Read more »

Strolling through memories in Brantwood Park

Strolling through memories in Brantwood Park

By Ron Rose Exploring and playing in Brantwood Park has made so many memories for families in Old Ottawa East. But walking the park can bring back many memories too…. Read more »

OOE scientists joins movement to solve arctic challenges

OOE scientists joins movement to solve arctic challenges

By Mereditch Newberry This fall, while Old Ottawa East enjoyed rising temperatures among falling leaves, Jackie Dawson was sailing through the Northwest Passage among icy waves, narwhals, belugas and polar… Read more »

Our neighbours

Our neighbours

By Bonnie Weppler Walking into Tina Raymond’s house on Greenfield Avenue in late October, I found three stacks of Christmas DVDs on the dining room table. “Halloween isn’t a big… Read more »

CAG Fall Festival 2017

CAG Fall Festival 2017

By Carol Workun, Executive Director, CAG Event day for CAG’s Fall Festival dawned wet and soggy on Thanksgiving Monday but the weather didn’t deter this community! Attendance was great given… Read more »

Old Ottawa East singers find inspiration in Rideau Chorale

Old Ottawa East singers find inspiration in Rideau Chorale

Handel’s holiday classic Messiah sure to impress on December 7-8 By Jennifer Strachan It was only three years ago when I was introduced to what is now known as Rideau… Read more »

The year in review and what to expect next year

The year in review and what to expect next year

As I write this column, I am preparing for our Annual General Meeting on November 14, so I thought it would be an ideal time to both reflect on 2017… Read more »

We need cleaner cars, but also fewer cars

We need cleaner cars, but also fewer cars

The growing interest in electric vehicles (EVs) in Ottawa promises several benefits: cleaner air locally; fewer pollutants from producing electricity versus fossil fuels, and less noise from nearly silent vehicles… Read more »

Building active community infrastructure to celebrate Canada’s 150th

Building active community infrastructure to celebrate Canada’s 150th

Summer in Ottawa for the 150th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation has been one that will be remembered for years to come. Whether a giant spider walking our streets or one… Read more »

Two year report card

Two year report card

I can’t believe it’s been two years since the voters of Ottawa Centre elected me to represent our community in the House of Commons. I couldn’t have done it without… Read more »

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