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March 16, 2017: City of Ottawa Housing Policy and Practice; Connect the dots between the two.

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March 16, 2017: City of Ottawa Housing Policy and Practice; Connect the dots between the two. By Dennis Carr. “The wait time for housing is up to five years and […]

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March 16, 2017: A Unique Perspective on Rosemount Library; Ask the kids who use it.

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March 16, 2017: A Unique Perspective on Rosemount Library; Ask the kids who use it. By Blaine Marchand R.E.A.D. Since its beginning, Rosemount Library has been connected to schools. The […]

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February 16, 2017: Provincial Report; A 21st Century Hospital For Our Community.

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February 16, 2017: Provincial Report; A 21st Century Hospital For Our Community. By Yasir Naqvi, MPP Ottawa Centre. Anyone who has recently visited The Ottawa Hospital’s Civic Campus would surely speak highly of the doctors, nurses, staff, and […]

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February 16, 2017: Rosemount Library Looks Ahead; Inspiration for the future.

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February 16, 2017: Rosemount Library Looks Ahead; Inspiration for the future. By Blaine Marchand R.E.A.D. It’s an exciting time for the Ottawa Public Library (OPL). The new main library will […]

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January 19, 2017: Neighbourhood Threat Closes Doors; Hintonburg Community Association at Work.

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January 19, 2017: Neighbourhood Threat Closes Doors; Hintonburg Community Association at Work. By HCA Security Committee. We car-pooled, we bused, we got there to support each other. Thanks to everyone […]

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December 8, 2016: Ottawa’s Urban Forest Management Plan; Will it save our diminishing canopy?

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December 8, 2016: Ottawa’s Urban Forest Management Plan; Will it save our diminishing canopy? By Deb Chapman. There is a significant body of research confirming the positive contributions that trees […]

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Web-extra (December 8, 2016): Rosemount Revisited; The issue remains lack of space.

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Web-extra (December 8, 2016): Rosemount Revisited; The issue remains lack of space. By Blaine Marchand, R.E.A.D. Since its very beginning in 1910, the Rosemount Library has played a central role […]

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November 24, 2016: Provincial Report; Reviewing the Ontario Municipal Board.

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November 24, 2016: Provincial Report; Reviewing the Ontario Municipal Board. By Yasir Naqvi, MPP Ottawa-Centre. We are fortunate to live in a vibrant downtown community in a major North American […]

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Web-extra (November 24, 2016): Space to READ; A common goal for OPL and west end users.

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Web-extra (November 24, 2016): Space to READ; A common goal for OPL and west end users. By Blaine Marchand. Recently, the Rosemount Expansion and Development (READ) group did some analysis […]

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Web-extra (October 6, 2016): Portable toilet enhanced Carlington splash pad; Low cost alternative was “well used” this summer.

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Web-extra (October 6, 2016): Portable toilet enhanced Carlington splash pad; Low cost alternative was “well used” this summer. By Alan Etherington. “…City Council should expand this low-cost initiative to all […]

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September 29, 2016: Bridge the Gap; Prince of Wales Bridge.

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September 29, 2016: Bridge the Gap; Prince of Wales Bridge. By Aileen Duncan. “The status quo has proved insufficient, and the question remains on how to move forward.” Stretching across […]

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Web-extra (September 29, 2016): Opinion: That Pesky Bridge; A Follow up!

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Web-extra (September 29, 2016): Opinion: That Pesky Bridge; A Follow up! On Sept. 20, less than 24 hours after a new, less expensive, gate was installed to keep people off […]

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September 29, 2016: Rosemount Library; What lies ahead?

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September 29, 2016: Rosemount Library; What lies ahead? By Blaine Marchand, R.E.A.D. “We remain optimistic that in December the Board will authorize the preparation of a plan to move to […]

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September 1, 2016: A Critical Month for READ; Ensuring the future of our Library.

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September 1, 2016: A Critical Month for READ; Ensuring the future of our Library. By Blaine Marchand, R.E.A.D. September is a critical month for the Rosemount Expansion and Development (READ) […]

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September 1, 2016: Prince of Wales Bridge; “Abandoned” or “Active”?

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September 1, 2016: Prince of Wales Bridge; “Abandoned” or “Active”? By Tim Thibeault. “The railroad workers and mechanics who populated the original Mechanicsville, worked on the trains and in the […]

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