Sharing Lunch Interview with OOE Opera Singer Wallis Giunta Arrested Development in COVID’s wake Footy Sevens to pay property tax on Immaculata field
Main Street Transformation plaque installed

Main Street Transformation plaque installed

John Dance As a result of the recently installed Main Street Transformation plaque, a vital aspect of Old Ottawa East history is now cast in bronze for the ages and… Read more »

Home Business Focus – Physiotherapist  Katie Ireland

Home Business Focus – Physiotherapist Katie Ireland

Bess Fraser In this Home Business Focus interview, The Mainstreeter’s Bess Fraser talks shop with registered physiotherapist Katie Ireland, who also holds group fitness and personal training qualifications. Over the… Read more »

The Justice Storytelling Quilt

The Justice Storytelling Quilt

Bonnie Weppler There is a most unique quilt hidden away in two large suitcases in office L353 at Saint Paul University. The Justice Storytelling Quilt hosts 27English-language quilt blocks and… Read more »

WHAT’S ON YOUR PLATE – The Main Farmers’ Market Returns – With a Few New Wrinkles

WHAT’S ON YOUR PLATE – The Main Farmers’ Market Returns – With a Few New Wrinkles

Mainstreeter Staff Have you heard the great news? The Main Farmers’ Market is back, ready to provide the people of Old Ottawa East, and the surrounding communities, with locally grown… Read more »

COVID-19 SUPPLEMENT – Family medicine during COVID-19 – Why You Could Lose Medical Care In Urban Communities

COVID-19 SUPPLEMENT – Family medicine during COVID-19 – Why You Could Lose Medical Care In Urban Communities

Dr. Nili Kaplan-Myrth,MD,CCFP,PHD “I had no idea,” patients are saying when they hear that my medical colleagues and I are talking about the risk of family medicine clinic closures in… Read more »

COVID-19 SUPPLEMENT – Greystone Village couple working to support those who have lost loved ones

COVID-19 SUPPLEMENT – Greystone Village couple working to support those who have lost loved ones

Elaine Dean In 2016 my husband, Sean and I moved to Greystone Village. We were thrilled to move back close to Lady Evelyn Public School, which is where my two… Read more »

Working together to feed the hungry in our community

Working together to feed the hungry in our community

Peter Simpson Among the many partnerships and collaborations that have formed during the COVID-19 shutdown, the Centretown Emergency Food Centre (CEFC) and Flora Hall Brewing — each with roots in… Read more »

OUR 35TH ANNIVERSARY 1985-2020: Before There Was The Mainstreeter, The Wildwood Echo – Old Ottawa East First Newspaper

OUR 35TH ANNIVERSARY 1985-2020: Before There Was The Mainstreeter, The Wildwood Echo – Old Ottawa East First Newspaper

Lorne Abugov Who knew? When we announced in our April issue of The Mainstreeter that 2020 marked the 35th anniversary of our community newspaper, we overlooked another significant milestone in… Read more »

Upcoming June 2020 issue of the Mainstreeter

Upcoming June 2020 issue of the Mainstreeter

The June issue of The Mainstreeter will be published at the end of May. Physical distribution of the usually printed copy of The Mainstreeter presents some challenges during the current… Read more »

OUR NEIGHBOURS – OOE: A little village in the city –  Havelock Street Resident Enjoys The Sense of Community

OUR NEIGHBOURS – OOE: A little village in the city – Havelock Street Resident Enjoys The Sense of Community

Bonnie Weppler Some time ago, Jenna de Jong started following people who mush on social media. “Mushing” involves dogs pulling some kind of sled, cart, skis or other transportation vehicles…. Read more »

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