Archive | May, 2018

The Future is now for Studio Sixty Six

Gallery director Carrie Colton started Studio Sixty Six in 2013 after many years working as a professional artist and designer in Ottawa and Montreal in an effort to create a different kind of commercial gallery space, one that she felt was respectful to its artists and accessible to its audience.

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Housing for the chronically homeless at 289 Carling

The property at 289 Carling was transferred on March 21, 2018 from the federal government to the City of Ottawa, moving the supportive housing project one step closer to fruition. Councillor Chernushenko held a town hall with residents from the Glebe Annex, Dow’s Lake and Glebe Community associations on April 12 to help explain next steps.

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Improved safety on NCC pathways

Local residents have lots of suggestions for how the National Capital Commission could improve its pathway network, especially the safety of its Rideau Canal routes that border the Glebe.
At two recent public consultations on the NCC’s network, local communities were well represented by keen cyclists and pedestrians who make daily use of the network.

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Bernie Sander wins carbon challenge at Old Home Earth Day Event!

About two dozen people gathered in the Craft Room of the Glebe Community Centre for breakfast on Saturday, April 21, a glorious spring morning, to match wits with Alastair Larwill, a certified energy advisor. The event was the Carbon Challenge, the first in a series of workshops offered that day as part of the Glebe Community Association’s Old Home Earth Day Event.

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Ottawa Garden Days – Gardens Galore!

Ottawa Garden Days will offer a variety of garden experiences for you and your family from June 16 to 24. And with warm weather around the corner, the Glebe Garden Angels – an offshoot of the Glebe Community Association (GCA) Environment Committee – are launching their 14th season tending the public planters and flowerbeds in the neighbourhood.

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