Main Street Construction Newsletter N°39 It takes a neighbourhood to adopt an island A future hub in a historic landmark
The Faceless Dolls blanket

The Faceless Dolls blanket

The Faceless Dolls blanket at Church of the Ascension. Each youth has created a faceless doll to represent either themselves or someone they know who was impacted by violence. This… Read more »

Ottawa making important progress on homelessness

Ottawa making important progress on homelessness

By Councillor David Chernushenko Having made affordable housing and homelessness a personal priority for this term of council, I took great interest in a recent progress report from the Alliance… Read more »

Rideau Chorale presents an Evening of High Baroque Music

Rideau Chorale presents an Evening of High Baroque Music

By Jennifer Strachan Rideau Chorale, a community-based choir located in Old Ottawa South will conclude its 2016-17 season with a program of high baroque vocal music, featuring Vivaldi’s Gloria and… Read more »

Church doors preparing to reopen

Church doors preparing to reopen

By Pastor Dan Byrne, Ottawa Chinese Bible Church After a few years of relative inactivity, the former Wesley United Church building on the corner of Graham and Main is preparing… Read more »

Community Update

Community Update

By Phyllis Odenbach Sutton, Old Ottawa Community Association Once again the last several months have been very busy in our community. Main Street is getting ever nearer to its official… Read more »

Making Ottawa the greenest capital in the world

Making Ottawa the greenest capital in the world

By Catherine McKenna MP, Ottawa Centre The city of Ottawa is known for many things: Parliament Hill, the Rideau Canal and landmarks like the Chateau Laurier. I’m proud of what… Read more »

Main Street Construction Newsletter N°38

Main Street Construction Newsletter N°38

  From the City of Ottawa, here is the most recent Main Street construction newsletter in PDF format – Construction Newsletter No 38 (EN) Recently update Main St Traffic Restriction Map… Read more »

Letter to the Editor: New Residents and New Volunteers; Both Can Care for Our Community

Letter to the Editor: New Residents and New Volunteers; Both Can Care for Our Community

We love receiving letters from Jamie Brougham. He is such a perceptive person. Few people look at the complete picture of OOE with his degree of detail and ingenuity. Here’s… Read more »

Why can’t we run a community newspaper like we would a larger journal? April 2017 Editorial

Why can’t we run a community newspaper like we would a larger journal? April 2017 Editorial

By Joe Paraskevas, Editor Why can’t we run a community newspaper like we would a larger journal? Say, the Citizen, the Globe, or the New York Times. As my four… Read more »

Main Street Murals Could Mean Much Musing

Main Street Murals Could Mean Much Musing

Look what might be in store for the Main Street underpass below Highway 417. Two Ottawa artists are on a three-team shortlist to paint murals at a section of Main… Read more »

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