New city hall garden honours Treaty of Ghent

Yellow blooms adorn 144 Ghent rose bushes planted in front of city hall to recognize the importance of the treaty they are named for.

New city hall garden honours Treaty of Ghent

New beds of yellow roses at city hall are meant to bring attention to a little-known piece of Canadian history.

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Water Garden tour celebrates decade of helping Royal Ottawa; Organizat– Image 1

Jerika Bradford, with the Canadian Wildlife Federation Pond in Kanata, talks about the work the organization and shows offthe fifth stop in the annual Ottawa Water Garden tour on July 12.

Water Garden tour celebrates decade of helping Royal Ottawa; Organization also aims to educate public about local wildlife

Organizers of the 10th annual Water Garden tour are hoping to match last year's fundraising numbers.

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Local acts shine at Bluesfest

Local acts shine at Bluesfest

A number of local acts graced the stage this year at RBC Bluesfest including colourful (and curious) creatures found wandering the Lebreton...

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Submitted Max Peabody's unicycle, which he planned to use at the upcoming world championships in Montreal, was stolen on July 6 at Bluesfest.

International competitor has unicycle stolen at Bluesfest

A night out at Bluesfest had a disappointing end for a local unicyclist who had his unicycle stolen while it was locked up on July 6. To...

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Weekly free children's activities coming to park near you– Image 1

Three eager Pineview residents, Ishaan Tim, left, Alex Scott and Hayley Joseph were at Meadowbrook Park for the first of a weekly city-run program called Park-ticipate. Roving city staffers Matt Seguin and Evan Jones will be visiting four parks a day in the Beacon Hill-Cyrville and Orléans neighbourhoods over the course of the summer.

Weekly free children's activities coming to park near you

Pineview parents and children have another great reason to get outside this summer - free programming presented at Meadowbrook Park.

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Local filmmaker premieres first feature-length movie; A modern Nazi pa– Image 1

Richard Groen, right, and his father, Aren Groen, are the men behind The Scarecrow Club, which premiered at the Mayfair Theatre on July 10.

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The Glebe Heritage Committee will ask city heritage staffto add Clemow Avenue west of Bank Street and Monkland Avenue to this fall's Heritage Conservation District Studies.

Glebe heritage committee looking to widen designations

In an effort to preserve heritage in the neighbourhood, the Glebe Community Association heritage committee would like the city to further...

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Odyssey Theatre has partnered with Signatures Restaurant at Le Cordon Bleu to offer a picnic and a show in Strathcona Park this summer.

Odyssey Theatre launches summer picnic and play

Odyssey Theatre has teamed up with partners from the community to create a unique outdoor theatre experience this summer.

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