Glebe Report – Annual General Meeting

Please find that following message from the Glebe Report regarding their upcoming AGM on Monday, May 16, 2016 at 7 PM.


As previously announced, the Annual General Meeting of the Glebe Report Association will be held Monday May 16 from 7pm in the Pantry at the Glebe Community Centre, 175 Third Ave. All members of the Association are invited to attend. In addition other members of the community are welcome to observe. Those who quality for membership (by living working or volunteering in the Glebe) are invited to become members of the Association.

Attached is a draft agenda for Monday’s meeting, draft minutes of the previous AGM for approval and a summary outlining the Association’s financial situation. Comprehensive documentation on the financial state of the Association will be available at Monday’s meeting.

Note that David Reevely, investigative journalist whose writings enliven our daily diet of the Ottawa Citizen, and Glebe resident, has agreed to provide some personal views about contemporary journalism and changes in the industry.

At the last AGM it was agreed that our Board should normally be composed of nine members. On the eve of the AGM we are one short of that number. Please considering becoming a board member.

I look forward to seeing you on Monday.


Agenda – Glebe Report AGM

Glebe Report: Open Call for Poetry, All Ages!

From the Glebe Report:

Open Call for Poetry, All Ages!
DEADLINE is Monday, April 11
The third edition of  “Poetry Quarter,” a curated compliation of poems published quarterly in the Glebe Report community newspaper, will appear in the May 2016 issue.
We are now seeking submissions of poems for possible selection for this issue. The poem or poet must have a connection to the Glebe or close neighbouring community (i.e. the poem must be about the Glebe or the poet must live, work, study or volunteer in the Glebe (or close neighbouring community)). Poets of all ages are welcome to submit (school-age poets, please indicate your grade in school).
Poems should be:
  • Original and unpublished in any medium;
  • On any subject within the bounds of public discourse;
  • No more than 30 lines each.
Please submit your entries (up to 7 poems) by April 11 to Please be sure to tell us your Glebe connection, your contact information, and your grade if you are in school.