Children’s Garden remediation saga Footbridge Takes Shape  Neighbourhood left in the dirt, Field Construction underway, residents questions process.
OUR NEIGHOURS:  Catherine Patterson

OUR NEIGHOURS:  Catherine Patterson

BY BONNIE WEPPLER She is currently taking both swimming and skating lessons.  Her PhD dissertation is titled:  The heritage of life and death in historical family cemeteries of Niagara, Ontario…. Read more »

Catherine McKenna: Calling All Ottawa Centre Youth – Step up to the Challenge

Catherine McKenna: Calling All Ottawa Centre Youth – Step up to the Challenge

Are you aged 15-24 and passionate about creating real change? Do you care about what happens in Ottawa Centre? If you answered yes, I want you on my Constituency Youth… Read more »

Councillor’s Column: Compromising on an issue that dogs us all

Councillor’s Column: Compromising on an issue that dogs us all

By David Chernushenko Dogs — they’re a topic municipal politicians try to avoid. Why? Because some residents love dogs and feel they should be able to roam freely through every… Read more »

OOECA: The first community report of 2018

OOECA: The first community report of 2018

By Phyllis Odenbach Sutton My last column was written shortly before our Annual General Meeting on November 14. What a great evening that was; it was wonderful to have such… Read more »

Turning the Tables on the OECA Prime Minister Series: The Speakers and Audience React

Turning the Tables on the OECA Prime Minister Series: The Speakers and Audience React

By Lynda Rivington The sesquicentennial project of the Old Ottawa East Community Association (OECA) celebrating the life and times of Canada’s Prime Ministers has been so successful that it is… Read more »

Trois livres et albums à agencer cet hiver

Trois livres et albums à agencer cet hiver

PAR KELTIE ROBERTSON Vous rentrez d’une sortie de patinage sur le canal Rideau, les joues rouges, les pieds un peu frigorifiés, les jambes fatiguées. Branchez la bouilloire, préparez un chocolat… Read more »

Lees green space versus roadway: What’s next?

Lees green space versus roadway: What’s next?

By John Dance On the eve of the first phase of the Alta Vista Transportation Corridor (AVTC) and Light Rail Transit (LRT) on track for spring 2018, what’s next for… Read more »

Motorists – Please stop!

Motorists – Please stop!

Local residents near the new Greenfield Avenue pedestrian crosswalk are asking motorists to please slow down. The new crosswalk that was created in the summer has proven difficult to keep… Read more »

If trees fall in the forest, OOE will hear them

If trees fall in the forest, OOE will hear them

Two years ago, a large number of mature trees died and were then removed from Springhurst Avenue between Brunswick Avenue and Chestnut Street. Neighbours took notice, but Bartosz Nowak took… Read more »

Police say crime is not on the rise in OOE

Police say crime is not on the rise in OOE

By Joe Paraskevas Ottawa police say they have not noticed a jump in crime in Old Ottawa East despite a number of incidents this past summer that left some residents… Read more »

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