This 1937-39 photo series featuring Ottawa intersections was shot by the Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau (CGMPB) on behalf of the Department of Public Works, which was assembling the compilation for Jacques Gréber, author of the infamous Gréber Plan that reshaped Ottawa.
Beyond that, Bruce White’s announcement does not provide specifics. “I’ll leave it to the new owners to tell you what they’ve got planned. Soon, they’ll be introducing themselves.”
Just as news hit that Bar Robo closed in Chinatown, Ottawa’s music community took another one to the chin with surprising news that The Bourbon Room closed its doors.
Lowertown was the subject of a four-month studio at Carleton University’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism.
This new section brings a total of 7 kiloemetres the length of ice surface now avilable to skaters and visitors.
An announcement made today says the new store will open late this fall.
Browsing through the new Drake General Store feels a bit like stumbling upon a small (but friendly) UFO that landed in Ottawa. Located at the Rideau Centre, the Drake offers a diverse selection of novelty items including some that are made in Canada and Ottawa-centric. This is particularly good news for shoppers who frequent the […]