Spring clean up in Brantwood and Springhurst Parks - May 3

The annual spring clean up in Brantwood and Springhurst Parks is scheduled for Saturday, May 3, from 10 a.m. to noon. This event is rain or shine. Please bring gloves if you have them, bags will be provided.

In Brantwood Park, please meet at the field house. The flooding has delivered more garbage and vegetation than usual. For Springhurst Park and Rideau River Trail Park, meet at the basketball court close to Springhurst. There is a lot of garbage particularly behind the Lees Avenue buildings. Some buckthorn will be pulled for those who like to use weed wrenches.

Public art on Main Street - June 25

The City of Ottawa invites residents to have their say about the public art to be commissioned for Main Street in the neighbourhood of Old Ottawa East, as part of the Main Street Renewal Project. The public can meet the five shortlisted artists and view their proposals for permanent exterior works.

Wednesday, June 25
4 to 7 p.m.
Saint Paul University, Laframboise Hall, Rm 120

Open House on Alta Vista Transit Corridor Hospital Link

The City of Ottawa will host a hospital link community information session on Wednesday, March 26, 2014, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Vincent Massey Public School on Smyth Road. This session will provide details on the planned construction of the portion of the Alta Vista Transit Corridor between Riverside Drive and the Ottawa Hospital complex. For more details, see the information boards that will be shown at the open house.

Brantwood Rink - the gift that keeps on giving

For the first time in recent (since 2008) memory we will have ice on the rink over the March Break! We would like to see the rink well used over the break so are running extended hours as follows:

3/10/2014 Monday noon - 9pm
3/11/2014 Tuedsay noon - 9pm
3/12/2014 Wednesday noon - 9pm
3/13/2014 Thursday noon - 9pm
3/14/2014 Friday noon - 9pm
3/15/2014 Saturday 11:30 - 5pm
3/16/2014 Sunday 11:30 - 5pm

Happy skating!

OECA Perspective on NCC Review of Parkway Policy

Given the impact of the NCC’s lands and parkways on the community of Old Ottawa East, one of the four communities constituting “Rideau Island,” between the Rideau River and Rideau Canal in central Ottawa, the OOECA welcomes the opportunity to provide input to the National Capital Commission’s related reviews of its parkway policy and the Capital Urban Lands Master Plan. Read here for a draft of the OECA position on this NCC policy review.


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