Thanks to all those who braved the wind and rain to come celebrate the park re-opening! We particularly appreciate our special guests, Councillor Chernushenko and Mr. Ray Lalonde. While the park renewal was already scheduled, Councillor Chernushenko’s decision to use […]
We were hoping for better weather, but the park re-opening is still on for this afternoon, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., at 343 Bell St South. Bring your umbrellas just in case!
While this has come much later than any of us had hoped, work at Dalhousie South Park is set to be completed by the end of October. We will be hosting a re-opening ceremony at the park on Saturday, November […]
Our Ottawa municipal election will be held on Monday, October 22, 2018. Information on where and how to vote can be found on the City of Ottawa website. To help make voting a little easier, here is a list of the Capital […]
Thanks to all who came out for our fall clean-up, and for the chats over coffee and doughnuts afterwards! The neighbourhood looks great – we appreciate having so many helping hands.
Please join us tomorrow for our semi-annual Glebe Annex clean-up! Date: Saturday, September 29th, 10:30 am – noon Location: Dalhousie South Park, 343 Bell St. South Rain Date: Sunday, September 30th, 10:30 am – noon We will have coffee and […]
A site plan proposal has been put forward for the property formerly known as 265 Carling Ave at Bronson and Carling avenues. It has been severed from the existing 8-story Fitzsimmons Building with a new address of 275 Carling Ave, […]
Progress continues on the park, and the completion of the renewal is now scheduled for the end of September. Unfortunately, the park planners have run into another challenge. There isn’t space for one of the planned pieces to fit into […]
Housing for Homelessness Request for Proposal Launched Some may have noticed more activity than normal at 289 Carling Ave. The City of Ottawa has told us that the Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Housing for Homelessness at 289 Carling […]
By Sue Stefko (Appeared in the Glebe Report, August 2018) In July, Canada Lands Company (CLC) and the Algonquins of Ontario (AOO) held a series of Public Open House Drop-in Sessions showcasing three preliminary development concepts for the site at […]