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City ponders new street furniture plan

The city appears to be giving up on installing unique street furniture in different neighbourhoods.

A decade ago, it began developing an integrated street furniture program to improve the look of benches, transit shelters, waste containers, information kiosks and newspaper boxes. 288 more words

Local News

All Those Art Parasites

I read so many things, mostly on the Internet

My mind blown on a daily basis by the sheer depth of all these strangers

And I want to write like them… 59 more words

Poetry

Westboro and Wellington West update

I’ve been trying to take short fast neighbourhood walks at least three times a week. It’s especially helpful when I’m working on the computer a lot. 323 more words

Neighbourhood Gossip

Homes calendar June 13 to 19

This weekend

Walking tour: Join Heritage Ottawa on a walking tour through the heart of the eclectic and socially varied neighbourhood of Hintonburg Sunday. Meet at 2 p.m. 141 more words

Ottawa

Storewatch: Furniture store gives new life to furniture destined for the dump

Ken McKay and Stephanie Halin wouldn’t flinch at being called garbage pickers. As skilled upcyclers, the husband-and-wife team are proud of the amount of unwanted furniture they’re keeping out of the city dump. 458 more words

Homes

Homes calendar June 6 to 12

This weekend

Home tour: Head to picturesque Merrickville for the town’s annual house and garden tour Saturday. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., check out five charming homes and three gardens. 178 more words

Ottawa

Planning committee OKs plan for more neighbourhood shops

The planning committee has endorsed a new bylaw designed to clear the way for more small-scale shops and restaurants in residential neighbourhoods within the urban core. 226 more words

Local News