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Kilt skate returns to Lansdowne Park

Mark your calendars. Don your tartans. Strap on your skates. The Fourth Annual Sir John A’s Great Canadian Kilt Skate returns Saturday, January 20 to the Lansdowne Park Skating Court.

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Glashan marks 125 years

Glashan Intermediate School, the oldest public school in Ottawa, is celebrating its 125th anniversary on Thursday, June 22, 2017. Former and current students, staff and families are invited to attend this important event at Glashan school, 28 Arlington Avenue, from 4 to 6 p.m., followed by a post celebration at the Ottawa Curling Club, 440 O’Connor Street, from 6:30 to 10 p.m.

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The Element high school moves to Lansdowne

“I love how much we feel like a family,” a student wrote when asked to describe The Element, Ottawa’s first Montessori high school.

It may seem like a unique way to describe a high school, but it’s a natural response for students at The Element, who all cook, travel, attend meetings and run businesses together. And now, The Element family will move together – from the Alta Vista suburb the school currently calls home to the dynamic Lansdowne Park.

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Landsdowne parking updates

Cineplex, Whole Foods, and the Lansdowne Farmers’ Market all face unique difficulties with the parking situation at Lansdowne. Ali A. Ramezani is a member of the Glebe Community Association’s Traffic Committee and he interviewed representatives from each group.

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The new faces of the Glebe BIA

Meet the members of the new Glebe Business Improvement Area (BIA) board of management, chaired by second-generation Glebe business owner and veteran businesswoman Judy Richards from Davidson’s Jewellers. Stéphane Sauvé from The Glebe Meat Market will sit his second term on the board, alongside Rebecca McKeen from McKeen Metro Glebe, and Liz Slater from Whole Foods. Eva Cooper of Delilah is stepping into the position of vice-chair.

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24 countries. Six cities. One goal. FIFA Women’s 
World Cup

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is coming to Canada this summer and Ottawa is one of six cities that will host games in June. Games will be played at TD Place Lansdowne from June 7 to 26. Check out our Game Guide to find out which games are a must-see!

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