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You think the snow this year is crazy? May we remind you of the snowfall of 1942. This photo from the Glebe Historical Society Archives shows the digging out of out the streetcar rails on Bank St. See more photos from the February issue here:
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Glebe CA Feb 13
Have your say on the design and planning of Bank St. February 21, 7-9pm at the Glebe Community Centre For more information, see:
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The Glebe Report Feb 14
The February 2019 issue of the is out tomorrow. Featured articles include e-biking in Ottawa, an update on the Mutchmor rink campaign, invasive plants in Brown's Inlet, & more! Find copies in the community or read it online at
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The Glebe Report Feb 10
The Ice Boat Dragon Festival was at Dow's Lake this second weekend of . John Brooman, the CEO of the Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival is interviewed in this video by for the . The festival is a great local event with races, free concerts, and more.
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The Glebe Report Feb 8
Tree columnist and environment committee co-chair, on the threat to Parliament Hill , call from to help save this heritage tree. There is an event this Sunday at 2:30pm - details on the Facebook page:
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The Glebe Report Feb 4
February 1 marked the kick off to -the festival that brings 1 million visitors to Ottawa! The Rideau Canal is the center of the festivities, and runs right through the heart of the Glebe. Our community is hosting many of the events
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The Glebe Report Jan 28
In 'Out with the OMB, in with the LPAT', Bob Brocklebank writes about the transition from the Ontario Municipal Board to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal. Read the article in the January or online at
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Catherine McKenney Jan 19
The City has received applications for Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments to allow for a 21-storey apartment building at 100 Argyle Avenue. Join me for a Public Open House to hear from residents: 6-8pm Wed. Jan 23, Rm 203 at Jack Purcell C.C.
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The Glebe Report Jan 19
The is launching our new email newsletter! Subscribers will receive a monthly email letting you know when the latest Glebe Report is out, and giving you a taste of what’s inside! Please follow this link to subscribe:
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The Glebe Report Jan 17
The Ottawa Women's March will be taking place this Saturday January 19 at 11:00am from Parliament Hill and ending at Lansdowne Park in the Glebe.
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The Glebe Report Jan 17
The January 2019 issue of the is out online at or find the newspaper throughout the community. This month's articles include the Babies of the Glebe special, development in Old Ottawa East, and more!
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The Glebe Report Jan 15
The first 2019 issue of the will be out on this Friday Jan 18. Highlights include development in Old Ottawa East, the third wave of coffee, Glebe babies, & more! Find copies throughout the community or read the online version at .
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Glebe CA Jan 10
GCA and RA believe fairness in representation is needed in City Council Standing Committees
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The Glebe Report Jan 3
Happy New Year! There is less than one week left to submit your 2018 Glebe babies to the special 'Babies of the Glebe' section of the January . See or the image below for details.
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The Glebe Report Dec 25
Merry Christmas to all our readers! While the Rideau Canal Skateway is still being prepared, the community is still able to do some Christmas skating on natural ice at Brown's Inlet.
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Glebe CA Dec 16
The GCA supports the campaign to improve urban core representation on many Council standing committees
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The Glebe Report Dec 16
Christine McAllister wrote in the about her experience running for public office. You can find the retrospective on the first page of the December issue or online at . Photo of Christine McAllister & campaign team members.
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Shawn Menard Dec 12
I voted against and dissented on this Council’s picks for our standing committees, transit commission and FEDCO for one reason: This was not about the City of Ottawa, it was about one man and power.
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The Glebe Report Dec 11
Is there an environmentally friendly approach to Christmas trees? Jennifer Humphries takes a look at the environmental pros and cons of artificial vs natural trees. Read her article to find out which one is best choice for the environment:
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The Glebe Report Dec 9
Promises broken is an article by Richard Webb about the demise of the Mutchmor hockey rink that had been a part of the Glebe since 1932. Read the article on the website .
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