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Upcoming annual general meeting and community news

Upcoming annual general meeting and community news

As I write this column, it feels like summer is almost over and there is a touch of autumn in the air. I hope everyone in our community had a… Read more »

15 rides for Canada’s 150th – A capital cycling experience

15 rides for Canada’s 150th – A capital cycling experience

This year I had the pleasure of cycling all over Ottawa. I do mean ALL over. On top of my daily commute and standard errands, I embarked on an ambitious… 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 »

House is back in session

House is back in session

Over the past few months, Ottawa Centre has been fortunate to receive federal funding for some really exciting and important initiatives in the community. As summer winds down and I… Read more »

Business Beat

Business Beat

By Ron Rose This summer there were changes to existing businesses and the addition of new ones in Old Ottawa East. Here’s a review of those that we’ve spotted. Pretoria… Read more »

Main Street Construction Newsletter N°40 – Last Edition

Main Street Construction Newsletter N°40 – Last Edition

  From the City of Ottawa, here is the Final Edition of Main Street construction newsletter in PDF format – Construction Newsletter No 40 – Last Edition (EN) Series of “Before… Read more »

‘Midtown’ bridge receives missing funding

‘Midtown’ bridge receives missing funding

By John Dance Thanks to the recent commitment from Ottawa Centre MPP Yasir Naqvi, the Fifth-Clegg footbridge is one step closer to improving the quality of life for residents of… Read more »

Greystone grocer won’t be a giant

Greystone grocer won’t be a giant

By Joe Paraskevas If you had hopes of roller-skating up and down the aisles of the new grocery store expected on Main Street, you might want to leave the wheels… Read more »

Main Event BBQ serves hundreds

Main Event BBQ serves hundreds

By John Dance Local politicians and community volunteers cooked hundreds of hamburgers and hotdogs for the crowd at the Main Event in June. In the midst of the fun and… Read more »

Main Street transformation a ‘complete street’ success

Main Street transformation a ‘complete street’ success

By John Dance Old Ottawa East has had lots to celebrate this year. The recent Main Event was the official reopening of Main Street and a celebration of those who… Read more »

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