It's almost Valentine's Day and there's no better way to spend it than with the people you love. At 6pm on Tuesday 14th February, 2023 we'll be hosting "Family Skate Night" at Windsor Park, 1 Windsor Avenue. This will be a great chance to warm up from the inside and have a full filled evening with loves ones!
You are invited to join the first Inter-Communal Snow Mole audit on February 2, 2023. The Old Ottawa East, Glebe, and Old Ottawa South walk will reach the Sunnyside Library at about 11.10am, continue down Bank Street towards the The Old Firehall Ottawa South Community Centre, for a finishing stretch down Willard Street (steep).
The City of Ottawa Planning, Real Estate, and Economic Development Department offers the Planning Primer sessions (free of charge) to help residents become more aware of, and more involved in, the land-use planning process.
First up, in Q1 (Jan-March 2023) – Core Primer: the core course describes the legislative and policy basis under which land-use planning decisions are made, the way policy documents are amended and how to make a development application.
Older adults across the country agree that they want to keep living in their own homes for as long as possible—safely and injury free.
A lot can happen in 10 years, as the past decade of noon hour concerts at Southminster United Church proves.
Introduced as a six-part “Lenten” series in 2013, Doors Open for Music at Southminster (DOMS) quickly caught on, and by popular demand was extended to a full 10-month annual calendar of events that has lasted to this day.
Encompassing a broad range of styles, from classical, to jazz, choral, chamber music, and even some rock n’ roll, the program has retained broad support from music lovers across Ottawa, and since 2020, even further afield due to the addition of live streaming.
CBC reporter Hallie Cotnam recently interviewed local resident Missy Fraser and Imam Syed Sowarhardy about the change-over of the former St Margaret Mary Church property.
By now, residents are starting to receive messages from the City of Ottawa concerning the Vacant Unit Tax (VUT). Here is what homeowners need to know about this new tax.