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Greystone Village Retirement Home Converted to Temporary 120-Bed Acute Health Care Unit

Greystone Village Retirement Home Converted to Temporary 120-Bed Acute Health Care Unit

MAINSTREETER STAFF Early November witnessed the opening of a temporary 120-bed short stay transitional health care unit within the newly-constructed Greystone Village Retirement Home (GVRH). The new unit is overseen… Read more »

A New Day Dawning For Deschâteletes – City Okays Chapel Demolition, New School

A New Day Dawning For Deschâteletes – City Okays Chapel Demolition, New School

John Dance After about four hours of vigorous debate at the City’s heritage and planning committees in mid-September, the proposals for a new elementary school in the heritage designated Deschâtelets… Read more »

Sharing Lunch With……OOE Race Car Driver Zach Robichon

Sharing Lunch With……OOE Race Car Driver Zach Robichon

Mainstreeter Staff “I am nowhere near ready to stop pushing to reach my goals” In this installment of our Sharing Lunch With interview, we talk with one of the most… Read more »

Last call, the very last call… Canal Royal Oak closes – forever

Last call, the very last call… Canal Royal Oak closes – forever

John Dance The mighty Oak has fallen. The “Canal” Royal Oak at Pretoria Bridge has permanently closed after 19 years as Old Ottawa East’s one and only pub and serving… Read more »

BE THE CHANGE: Catching up with David Chernushenko

BE THE CHANGE: Catching up with David Chernushenko

Tanis Browning-Shelp One year ago, The Mainstreeter interviewed former Capital Ward City Councillor David Chernushenko during the final leg of his electric car cross-Canada book tour, his hatchback emptied of… Read more »

Introducing “Teacher X”… On The Busy Life of an Ottawa Virtual Academy School Teacher

Introducing “Teacher X”… On The Busy Life of an Ottawa Virtual Academy School Teacher

Mainstreeter Staff For many parents of young or adolescent children, COVID-19 has changed the annual back to school routine into a harrowing dilemma. Prior to Labour Day, the media was… Read more »

Taking the Plunge in Old Ottawa East’s Local Swimming Holes

Taking the Plunge in Old Ottawa East’s Local Swimming Holes

Jamie Brougham Maybe not so across the board, but for some things that add to the value of our local community, this summer has been absolutely the best! Where to… Read more »

Letters To The Editor

Letters To The Editor

RESIDENTS DESERVE BETTER PLANNING AND DESIGN As our community sings the praises of the Flora Footbridge which has indeed fulfilled the timely purposes of access and healthy walking, we are… Read more »

Opinion- The time is now for a Community Benefits Agreement for LeBreton Flats

Opinion- The time is now for a Community Benefits Agreement for LeBreton Flats

Martin Adelaar The COVID pandemic has been a roller coaster ride with too many tragic outcomes. It’s tough under the circumstances to think about the bigger picture. But let’s, for… Read more »

A Wave of New Traffic Calming Measures are Introduced in Old Ottawa East

A Wave of New Traffic Calming Measures are Introduced in Old Ottawa East

John Dance Centre line signage, gateway speed limit zones aimed at slowing traffic speed and reducing drivers’ inattentiveness while travelling our community’s streets Slow down!” A variety of measures taken… Read more »

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