Archive | September, 2019

Glebe gateway signage

The Glebe Gateway Signage Project is an exciting community initiative that seeks to introduce a welcoming installation at the corner of Bank Street and Chamberlain Avenue. Its aim is to create an engaging point of entry to our vibrant neighbourhood.

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Ottawa Hospital Civic campus expansion

The Ottawa Hospital’s Civic campus will be replaced by a new facility at the eastern side of the Central Experimental Farm, in the vicinity of Carling Avenue, Preston Street and Prince of Wales Drive. The hospital assembled a Campus Engagement Group (CEG) to help plan for the new campus and to ensure community perspectives would be considered.

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Election 2019 Ottawa Centre

The federal election is expected on Monday, October 21. Thus far, some nine Ottawa Centre candidates have been identified by the Glebe Report (although to date, not all have filed their papers).

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Replacing a tree someone killed

“We’re passionate about trees,” saidSarah Housser. At the end of May, Housser was gardening at her Dow’s Lake area home when she noticed that a large strip of bark had been removed from her beautiful blue spruce. She was shocked, then devastated when she realized that the deep slash all around the trunk would seriously harm the tree.

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Life hack for new Glebe renters

September is an exciting time of the year. A new academic year begins, people return from vacation and our neighbourhood bustles with excitement. For all those who are new residents to the Glebe, we want to welcome you to this dynamic and beautiful neighbourhood.

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Ever been ‘caught out’ and no toilet available?

Ever been “caught out” and no toilet available? Whether at the park with the kids, out for a bike ride or waiting for a bus, that moment has happened to most of us.

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Food for thought for foodies and music lovers from the Glebe and beyond

Ontario Festival of Small Halls organizers have added Brown’s Inlet – one of Ottawa’s most picturesque parks, located on the southern edge of the Glebe – to their Chef’s Table lineup.

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Concerned about a neighbourhood issue?

In the past year, both the Glebe BIA and the Glebe Community Association have heard concerns from community members and businesses about panhandling, people going through blue bins and people sleeping outside.We share the public spaces in our neighbourhood with others in our city.

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It’s not easy being green

The SMARTNet Sustainability Showcase & Electric Vehicle Exhibition happens on Saturday, September 21 at Lansdowne Park. Don’t miss Eastern Ontario’s largest sustainability event.

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