Ottawa police said Saturday night they had peacefully ended an eight-hour standoff situation with a suspect who had barricaded himself in a Hintonburg apartment following an alleged assault. 116 more words
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Over the course of the semester, I have been thinking a lot about why we take photographs. I think it has something to do with a phenomenon similar to Barthes’ 519 more words
A new business that’s coming to Ottawa this spring is offering to help people get access to medical marijuana.
But National Access Cannabis’s arrival in the capital — part of an expansion across the country — isn’t being welcomed by at least one future neighbour in Hintonburg, who says he’s worried that what’s being billed as an “education centre” could turn into a dispensary. 585 more words
Hintonburg will soon be home to a medical marijuana centre where patients can get guidance on how to properly take their medicine, apply for a license and learn about the substance being touted as a treatment for everything from cancer and multiple sclerosis to fibromyalgia and insomnia. 433 more words
Nearly five years after it was introduced, the green bin organics recycling program is available in only 15 per cent of apartment buildings and townhouse complexes in Ottawa. 793 more words
There’s a bad smell coming up from sewer repairs in Hintonburg, and Ottawa has stopped work until it can figure out what went wrong and how to fix it. 434 more words
Rather than listen to a typical speech, Ottawa residents gathered Tuesday night to discuss the city’s proposed budget in a new, interactive format.
The event was called Budget Speak and saw around 100 people pile into Hintonburg’s Tom Brown Arena to voice their opinions on the 2015 draft budget. 343 more words