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The Good Food Box: a well-kept secret

The Good Food Box: a well-kept secret

By: Genviève Gazaille  Did you know that there is a place in Old Ottawa East where you can buy your produce at cost? If not, meet the Good Food Box,… Read more »

My son Chris and me: A mother’s tale of grief

My son Chris and me: A mother’s tale of grief

By: Elaine Dean For most of us, Christmas is a time when family and friends gather to celebrate the many joyous gifts that life offers. Sometimes, though, the gifts of… Read more »

City’s Main Street road safety final report leaves community concerned for the future

City’s Main Street road safety final report leaves community concerned for the future

By Tom Scott and The Mainstreeter The City of Ottawa recently completed its review process for the Main Street Road Safety Audit and has provided a final traffic audit report… Read more »

Ottawa Centre NDP expect to announce nomination date soon

Ottawa Centre NDP expect to announce nomination date soon

By: Kyle Duggan Canadians who want to vie for the NDP nomination in Ottawa Centre could soon be coming out of the woodwork. The riding association is expected to announce… Read more »

Menard wins tight election despite OOE voters

Menard wins tight election despite OOE voters

By John Dance  In Capital Ward, the most highly contested ward in Ottawa’s recent election, Shawn Menard narrowly triumphed over four others, including incumbent councillor David Chernushenko. However, had Old… Read more »

Community celebrates Chernushenko

Community celebrates Chernushenko

      By John Dance  At November’s Old Ottawa East (OOE) community annual general meeting outgoing City Councillor David Chernushenko was praised for his eight years of work, most… Read more »

A gathering of artists celebrates their new works

A gathering of artists celebrates their new works

MAINSTREETER STAFF Young adult fiction writer and OOE resident, Tanis Browning-Shelp recently celebrated the launch of her third novel in her Maryn O’Brien series in the company of a creative… Read more »

Inaugural Hawthorne street party a success

Inaugural Hawthorne street party a success

JESSICA BRANDON-JEPP Fun, friendship and community were on display in September when about 50 neighbours came together to celebrate and socialize at the first annual Hawthorne Avenue street party. The… Read more »

Annual holiday event supports Hospice Care Ottawa

Annual holiday event supports Hospice Care Ottawa

KRISTINA VOTH-CHILDS Homes for the Holidays has become an annual tradition for many OOE residents to get into the holiday spirit. Now in its 16th year, this event will see… Read more »

Is your child’s backpack a pain in the neck?

Is your child’s backpack a pain in the neck?

DR. STEPHEN KONKLE “Strapping on the backpack” is a daily ritual for students. They struggle to fit in all the necessities of school – books, binders, and supplies – as… Read more »

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