Marquette apartment raises larger zoning issues

The planning committee signed off on zoning changes to allow this 20-unit, three-storey apartment building to be constructed at 67-71 Marquette Ave.

Marquette apartment raises larger zoning issues

Vanier residents lined up to tell the planning committee that a 20-unit apartment building would “dwarf” the other homes on their street,...

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New campaign aims to light up city’s giving spirit

The Caring and Sharing Exchange encourages Ottawa residents to help light up city hall’s Christmas tree this season in an effort to raise money for needy individuals and families this holiday season.

New campaign aims to light up city’s giving spirit

A new campaign is calling on residents to light the city hall Christmas tree this year.

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WaterAid aims to boost Canada's clean water

Former executive director of WaterCan, Christina Lubbock, left, celebrates the charity joining WaterAid International with Sheryl Bennett-Wilson, Margaret Trudeau and Elizabeth Payne.

WaterAid aims to boost Canada's clean water role

A new made-in-Canada charity is looking to increase its international reach to help the less fortunate get access to clean water.

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Group launches campaign to boost financial literacy

Members of Alterna Savings, Causeway Work Centre, and former Financial Literacy Program graduates celebrate the launch of the 2015 Financial Literacy Campaign on Nov. 18.

Group launches campaign to boost financial literacy

The Financial Literacy Action Network renewed its commitment to increasing the number of residents in Ottawa who understand their finances...

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Closures/detours

This map shows the proposed lane closures and detours planned during the reconstruction of Main Street from the spring of 2015 to the summer of 2017.

Main Street rebuild to cause major traffic disruptions

Motorists can expect significant traffic impacts when Main Street is reconstructed over the next two years to replace century-old water and...

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Camp out

Selina Neve, 15, sets up tent poles as Emma Collette, 15, helps secure the tent to the ground in front of city hall on Nov. 20. The pair, who are a part of the Glebe Neighbourhood Activities Group Cat Squad, were taking part in the SleepOUT for Youth event. Participants slept outside overnight to raise money for the Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa’s emergency shelters and community services.

Local groups ready to collaborate on youth homelessness fixes

The time has come to work together to end youth homelessness in Ottawa, providers and funding agencies agree.

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Ottawa Student Transportation Authority votes in favour for start time under 10 minutes

The Ottawa Student Transportation Authority held a presentation for east-end schools in April 2014 concerning the bell time changes and walk zone changes. Changes to bell times were approved by the authority on Nov. 10.

Minor bell time changes approved

The Ottawa Student Transportation Authority has approved small changes to east end school’s bell times.

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Condos losing the battle, but winning the war

Construction of condo towers will slow down in Ottawa for the next couple of years, according to the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, but demand for smaller, affordable homes will stay high in the long run.

Condos losing the battle, but winning the war

Even though the development market in Ottawa will cool down over the next couple of years, the condo will be king in the long run, according...

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