Ottawa curlers sweep to success

By Sean McIndoe

The recent success of local rinks may mean more than temporary glory for Ottawa curlers, it may signal the beginning of a shift in curling’s provincial balance of power.

Ottawa Curling Club teams took both the men’s and women’s titles in the Ontario junior championships last month, with John Morris’s mens rink going on to capture the national championship Feb. 1 in Calgary. read more

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Too much space?

By Jason Brown
There is such a high demand for prime office space in downtown Ottawa that two companies, and soon possibly a third, have recently unveiled plans for new office towers, threatening to saturate the real estate market.

“I think there’s an issue of timing and absorption,” says David Patton, president of the Building Owners and Managers Association. “When you have two or three new buildings all looking for tenants, you don’t get offices filled very quickly.” read more

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