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Sidewalk to reopen after Magee House bracing plan accepted, councillor says

The city has decided bracing plans for the collapsed Magee House in Hintonburg are good to go, the local councillor says.

Jeff Leiper told constituents in a newsletter that the proposal submitted by property owner Ovidio Sbrissa has been “deemed viable” by staff. 148 more words

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The writing's on the walls: Ottawa's mural culture is coming alive, but red tape still hinders artists

The elk is a symbol of stamina and perseverance.

It’s a fitting emblem for the mindset of artist René-Pierre Beaudry in his quest to elevate the street art of Ottawa. 1,332 more words

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Laroche Park update by Reed Allen

Are you ready for the new Laroche Park?  

 On Oct 25, 2018 the community held its 2nd public consultation on the design concept, and this one shows much improvement to the use and the flow of the park. 396 more words

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Hintonburg Park lets the dogs out for Halloween

About two dozen (mostly) patient dogs donned trick or treat costumes and took over Hintonburg Park Saturday afternoon for the city’s inaugural Halloween Dog Parade. 237 more words

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S O L D | 35 Holland Avenue Unit 611 | Beautiful Condo at Holland Cross

Welcome to Holland Cross – where Hintonburg and Westboro meet!

This 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom Condo features a central L-shaped Living and Dining room with bedrooms located on either end of the unit for privacy. 395 more words

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Ottawa to permit murals in residential areas, Watson promises

Ottawa should encourage murals in residential neighbourhoods, Mayor Jim Watson said Wednesday, after city council retroactively approved one in Hintonburg that a bylaw officer had ordered painted over. 408 more words

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Hintonburg's Magee House ready for the wrecking ball in mid-November

The 135-year-old Magee House in Hintonburg is due to be demolished by mid-November, now that city council has given final approval.

In July, a wall on the heritage building collapsed after years of water seepage wore away the mortar. 114 more words

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