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Since 1973. We are a not-for-profit newspaper of record, telling Glebe stories and covering local issues that matter to Glebe residents.
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The Glebe Report Nov 13
Taste in the tickets are going on sale tomorrow at 9 am. Last year, they went quickly. See this link for details:
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“Glebe Is Community” - stop by to see the 50th Anniversary artwork at the Glebe Community Centre Thank you Kathryn von Dehn and community contributors!!
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The Glebe Report Nov 10
You can now find the November issue of the online at or paper copies in and around the . Read about the recent municipal election, a Hidden Harvest, the Poetry Quarter, sustainability and more!
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The Glebe Report Nov 6
The November issue of the will be out on Friday November 9. Find copies throughout the community or read the online version at
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The Glebe Report Oct 30
Hats off to Mickle Macks - the new haberdashery in the Glebe on Bank St between Fourth and Fifth. Read about the new business in the or online at
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The Glebe Report Oct 25
Read about the the Glebe Community Association's work to save trees during the redevelopment of the now-closed Beer Store on Bank Street in the October issue of the .
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The Glebe Report Oct 21
This Wednesday October 24 at 7pm, the Glebe Neighbourhood Activities Group (GNAG) will host their annual general meeting. See their website for details
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The Glebe Report Oct 17
Ever wondered how the Glebe Annex got its name? Read Sue Stefko's article in the October issue of the or online at
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The Glebe Report Oct 15
The debaters are fielding questions on event waste, reusables, plastic water bottles, & recycling. Residents care about reducing waste footprint at the debate this evening.
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The Glebe Report Oct 15
Full house tonight as the Capital Ward council candidates debate the topic of single-use plastics organized by 's committee. Moderated by 's
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The Glebe Report Oct 14
The blue bin under the stairs by the exit door at McKeen Metro is dedicated to recycling plastic bags. Bring yours from home! Read about this community service provided by McKeen Metro on our website -
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The Glebe Report Oct 13
If you are looking for an activity in the neighbourhood this weekend, check out the Dimensions 2018 sculpture exhibit in the Horticulture Building @ Lansdowne Park. Free admission including a workshop from 2-4pm today. Exhibit ends Sunday at 5pm
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The Glebe Report Oct 11
The October issue of the Glebe report is out tomorrow. Find copies throughout the community or read the online version at .
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The Glebe Report Oct 9
A bird’s-eye view of the current progress of the Flora Footbridge. Photo from October 2018. Scheduled completion of the bridge is in 2019 and will connect Fifth Ave in the Glebe to Clegg St in Old Ottawa East.
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The Glebe Report Oct 7
Looking for a new book to read over the long weekend? Here is a great list to get you started with to the and .
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The Glebe Report Sep 30
New businesses in the Glebe this fall include Mickle Macks Haberdashery (835 Bank St) and Vivian Yau Desjardins Insurance Agency at (2 - 875 Bank St). Welcome to the Glebe! Gone but not forgotten are Cats R Us, Pomeroy House, & the gcCafé.
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The Glebe Report Sep 27
The five Capital Ward candidates following the September 27, 2018 debate at the Glebe Community Centre.
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The Glebe Report Sep 27
Adressing traffic in the ward, and on Bronson got a lot of responses. The candidates’ take on the outcome of the Lansdowne redevelopment got loud and mixed audience reactions. Questions now focusing on developers & the Official Plan.
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The Glebe Report Sep 27
In photo order, Jide Afolabi, Anthony Carricato, David Chernushenko, Christine McAllister, and Shawn Menard are adressing questions on affordable housing, heritage conservation, AirBnBs, and helping vulnerable people in the community. Great candidates with good ideas proposed.
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The Glebe Report Sep 27
Standing room only as the local candidates prepare for the Capital Ward debate.
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