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Another major infrastructure project has begun along the Rideau Canal: Parks Canada’s rehabilitation of the 262 metre section of the Canal wall running from the Concord Street North to Main Street in Old Ottawa East. This project is part of the $15 million investment into Rideau Canal wall repairs, stemming from a $3.2 billion nation-wide program to maintain assets within national parks and historic sites, and is similar in nature to the wall rebuild done over the last few years on both sides of the Canal near Bank Street.Tuesday, 22 January 2019 16:04
Plus an Invitation for Feedback Over the last 2-3 years, the OSCA Traffic and Safety Committee has been lobbying and in discussions with the City and the NCC with respect to the installation of a safe crossing (PXO) of Colonel By Drive in Old Ottawa South (as reported in the OSCAR and online on several occasions). This article is to provide an update on this project and to invite community feedback with respect to next steps.Friday, 18 January 2019 21:22
5-6-7-8! Broadway Workout is a brand new dance-based fitness class for musical theater enthusiasts of any skill level. Learning choreography is great for mental and physical agility and is a ton of fun. At Broadway Workout you will work up a sweat while learning original choreography to a popular Broadway song. It's a totally fun and unique way to workout. Beginners welcome. No experience necessary: February 3rd 11 a.m. at the Old Firehall.Friday, 18 January 2019 09:01
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
Classics by Rossini, Mozart, Piazzolla, Holst and Sondheim arranged, and a world premier by Howard Alexander, for horn quartet. The Mapleleaf Horn Quartet: Guy Edrington, Nigel Bell, Cresta DeGraaff, Roberto Rivera.
An invitation to help build a city-wide transit riders organization. Workshop to include: learn how TTC Riders of Toronto works, breakout groups to discuss goals, membership, decision-making, plenary session on ‘next steps’. Organized by Free Transit Ottawa, Healthy Transportation Coalition, OPIRG-GRIPO (uOttawa), & Ottawa Transit Rider. RSVP.