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We Love This City: Print-at-home posters

We have a downloadable “We love this city” poster that’s ready to print at home. Download it. Print it freely. Hang it at your favourite business, in your home office, on your fridge, or anywhere else that needs a little love this week.

Parkdale Food Centre’s latest innovations to help its neighbours in the 613

The Road Runner sits outside at 30 Rosemount Avenue inside a custom box built by Habitat for Humanity. Donated by the Hintonburg Community Association, it’s the first outdoor community fridge in Ottawa, thanks to the caring team of radical thinkers at the Parkdale Food Centre and its incredible local partners. And it’s just one of the innovative programs put into place by the Centre since the start of the pandemic.

Community Builders: Thirteen: A Social Enterprise and David Chun Yu Lao

United Way East Ontario kicked off 2022 by recognizing eight more incredible community builders who have worked tirelessly to make our communities safer, healthier, and more resilient. These people are community leaders and fearless advocates who have stepped up and demonstrated a local love that has not gone unnoticed. All this week on Apt613, you can read about these eight amazing individuals and organizations. Today: Thirteen: A Social Enterprise and David Chun Yu Lao.

Community Builders: Dr. Warren Clarke and Daljit Nirman

United Way East Ontario kicked off 2022 by recognizing eight more incredible community builders who have worked tirelessly to make our communities safer, healthier, and more resilient. All this week on Apt613, you can read about these eight amazing individuals and organizations. Today: Dr. Warren Clarke and Daljit Nirman.

How would you reimagine the Rideau Canal parkways?

Imagine you could do anything with Colonel By Drive and Queen Elizabeth Driveway. Would you leave these parkways as they are, primarily as space for cars? Or do you see the potential for what is arguably the most valuable urban waterfront property in Ottawa to be transformed into something game-changing for our city and community?