In Focus: Tour highlights commuter rail’s impact on Hintonburg — past and present
A recent walking tour of the Hintonburg neighbourhood explored the historical impacts of public transit, past and present.
NCC unveils new partnership with the Ottawa Senators to build arena in LeBreton Flats
The dream of a downtown hockey arena is back as the NCC and the Ottawa Senators reach a memorandum of understanding.
Ādisōke Rising: Ottawa hopes to reinvent the city with its new central library
Despite controversy and delays, Ottawa’s new central library is rising on LeBreton Flats.
Delayed construction of city pumping station creates headaches for residents of Old Ottawa South
The delayed completion of a municipal construction project in Old Ottawa South is causing disruption for local residents – and the headaches could last for many months to come.
‘Pride, Not Prejudice’ provides safe space for feminist vendors, progressive advocacy groups
Local Ottawa Business creates craft show for marginalized creators to showcase their work.
New kilometre-long pathway through LeBreton Flats opens to public
The National Capital Commission has open two walking, biking and skiing trails through LeBreton Flats to the public.
Committee to consider $500,000 grant for Centretown heritage redevelopment
Application made for a CIP Grant regarding 278-280 O’Connor Street and 347 Gilmour Street will be under Committee consideration on Tuesday, Oct. 12.
Council delays decision on size limits for secondary dwellings
City council has delayed a decision of limiting the size of secondary rental units to take into account concerns expressed by small landlords.
Councillor, local communities concerned they are being shut out of Tunney’s Pasture redevelopment plan
Councillor and community groups are demanding more answers to questions about the redevelopment of Tunney’s Pasture.
Building blocks: B.C. city takes aim at homelessness with two temporary modular housing projects
The City of Richmond is acting on the idea of temporary modular housing as a rapid response to a growing homelessness crisis.
A 15-minute neighbourhood initiative no walk in the park for Alta Vista community because of intensification concerns
Talks about how to transform Alta Vista into a “15-minute neighbourhood” have begun among local residents, but efforts to make the community more walkable have been overshadowed by concerns about looming intensification plans that are also part of the vision.
ACORN Ottawa pushes NCC for more affordable housing at LeBreton Flats
Members of ACORN-Ottawa, a group that advocates for affordable housing and social justice, protested outside the Elgin Street headquarters….