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Bill 66 is a provincial bill that would allow municipalities to by-pass both land-use planning and environmental regulations in the name of being 'Open for Business'. Under the envisioned scenario, a large business could be given a pass if it provided a certain level of local employment—100 people in Ottawa's case. A law by-passing other laws and protections, generations in the making, is deeply concerning, but the legislation goes further, foregoing any consultative process with the public and disallowing residents from appealing such 'Open for Business' decisions. The actual environmental consequences of land development in sensitive areas should this this legislation be enacted, should also give cause for serious pause.Tuesday, 15 January 2019 16:41
The City of Ottawa Planning and Growth Management Department offers the Planning Primer Program to help residents become more aware of, and more involved in, the land-use planning process. The program is a series of free half-day courses. The next session:Monday, 14 January 2019 15:19
The Ottawa Tennis and Lawn Bowling Club (OTLBC), a fixture in Ottawa South for nearly a century, plans to restore its historic clubhouse. On November 30, 2018, about 80 people gathered at Trinity Anglican Church, just down the street from the OTLBC, to launch a targeted fundraising campaign. Founded in 1881, the OTLBC built the three-season clubhouse in 1923, when it moved to its current location on Cameron Avenue adjacent to Brewer Park.Monday, 14 January 2019 14:59
The Ottawa Grassroots Festival (OGF) is pleased to confirm that multi-award winning folk rockers, Digging Roots, will headline Saturday night (April 27) at the festival in Old Ottawa South. The event happens April 25-28, 2019 at Southminster United Church, 15 Aylmer Avenue, Ottawa. First Nations power couple, ShoShona and Raven, are the creative team and inspiration behind Digging Roots. In creating music they utilize the traditional Anishinabek Song Lines composition technique of tracing melody and rhythm from the contours of the land. This traditional method of creating songs is paired with modern Eurocentric techniques of composition.Friday, 11 January 2019 09:41
Many businesses and establishments readily salt & sand their walkways. Yellow Grit Boxes, provided by the City of Ottawa, are installed at a few key spots around town as well. These boxes are located close to steep hills and in areas where there are many pedestrians, seniors, and persons using mobility devices.Saturday, 05 January 2019 18:14
In collaboration with Analogue Music Series, a program of austere beauty for violin and piano featuring the acclaimed Mathieu-Chua duo and a premiere by the eminent Canadian composer Chris Paul Harman: Véronique Mathieu, cello; Stephanie Chua, piano.
Chantal Genova is a Managing Partner at HealthCircle. HealthCircle is a community network of mobile health professionals providing integrated and collaborative healthcare while ensuring privacy, quality, and convenience. Chantal will describe the HealthCircle physiotherapy services that are offered at Abbotsford on Mondays. Come and learn more about these and the other helpful services they offer.
Fun and insights on the 150th Anniversary of Mendeleev's First Table presented by Jeff Manthorpe, Department of Chemistry, Carleton University. Free drop-in program.
In the school library, to provide details about Kindergarten in the Ottawa Carleton District School Board.