Project Update: Lansdowne 2.0 Project

Project Update: Lansdowne 2.0 Project

The City of Ottawa has received a proposal from the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG) to strengthen the partnership and redevelop Lansdowne to make it financially stable for the long term and to rehabilitate public infrastructure.

Proposal

The proposal is to demolish the existing north stadium stands and arena complex, and build a new, world-class event centre and north stadium stands. This new public infrastructure will make the venues accessible and sustainable, better positioning Lansdowne as an iconic, landmark site. A new retail podium and additional residential units are also included within the proposal. To learn more about the proposal, please visit the Lansdowne 2.0 Engage Ottawa page.

Project update

Fall Programs at OSCA are officially here!

Fall Programs at OSCA are officially here!

Although Fall might mean the end of long sunny days of lounging and late-night gelato, it also means that it’s time to get back to routine, see your community more often again, and kick off soup season!  If you’re wondering what to get up to this fall,  look no further – our fall program lineup is officially here and registration is open. We have programs for everyone this year, check out some of our…

Fall Cleaning the Capital Campaign

Fall Cleaning the Capital Campaign

Since Cleaning the Capital began in 1994, over 1.4 million volunteers have participated, and it is estimated that over 1,000,000 kilograms of waste has been removed from our public spaces.

Registration is now open for the fall campaign until Sunday, October 1, 2023 and can be easily done online. You can choose from a variety of public spaces to help clean up, such as community parks, roadsides, and shorelines.

Innovations for Seniors

Join SWOOS in Windsor Park Wednesday August 23 at 6:30 pm Under the Open Tent

Senior Watch Old Ottawa South (SWOOS) is inviting residents from Old Ottawa South, Old Ottawa East, the Glebe, Heron Park, Alta Vista and beyond to hear about plans for the Senior’s Health Innovations Hub (SHIH) for central Ottawa. The SHIH will work with our partners towards innovations that include a Nurse Practitioner-led Clinic, housing, technology, home care and caregiver support.

Art for Change

Art for Change

Art is used to show artistic skills, for entertainment, for beauty, but art can also be used to create awareness of something and change the world. Art has been used to create awareness of different social issues, such as reconciliation and to protest conflicts. It can also be used to make awareness of the climate change that is happening right now in the world – this is what we did.

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