The Centretown Citizens Community Association and Dalhousie Community Association have teamed up with four other neighbourhood groups to voice their concerns about the protection of Ottawa’s urban forest.
Author: Centretown Staff
Museum lands rarities
After a three-year closure the former Canadian Currency Museum on Wellington Street has begun to stir back to life with a series of acquisitions in advance of its grand reopening and rebranding as the Bank of Canada Museum.
As women mourn, pressure mounts to stare down Trump
An opposition critic and other advocates for women say they are waiting for federal Status of Women minister Patty Hajdu to send a clearer message to U.S. president-elect Donald Trump condemning his record of disparaging comments and disrespectful treatment of women.
Friends rally for robbed food bank
A late November break-in at a Bronson Centre food bank in which more than $4,000 in food and office supplies was stolen has added to the organization’s challenges during what’s turned out to be a difficult holiday season.