Building the cycling city

By Jared Davidson – On Wednesday August 29, on the very outskirts of Kitchissippi at Vimy Brewing, a couple of Vancouverites were in town signing copies of a new book. The book, Building the Cycling City, is a result of Chris and Melissa Bruntlett’s long experience with cycling […]

HOK #86: Naomi Bose

Meet Naomi Bose. “I was born in Germany but grew up in Britannia, in the west end of Ottawa. I’ve lived in this area for about a year now. Honestly, I like everything about this area, it’s so easy to walk around, so many nice shops and cafes, […]

Comforting the afflicted, afflicting the comfortable: my focus as your MPP

Submitted by Joel Harden, MPP Ottawa Centre – Friends in Ottawa Centre, The Ford Government has been busy, and we’ve seen an array of cuts this Summer. Modern sex-ed in schools, workers’ rights on campus, and nearly-completed renewable energy projects were the early casualties. Halving the number of Toronto’s city councillors was next, along with […]

A splash of colour amid the grey

By Andrea Tomkins –  It was almost certainly the hottest day of the summer when KT visited local artist, Tara Tosh Kennedy, and her son Finn at the corner of Richmond Road and McRae Avenue. They were just starting a new mural, commissioned by the Westboro Business Improvement […]

Great turnout for Cornerstone Housing BBQ

By Andrea Prazmowski – Cornerstone Housing for Women and McDonald Brothers Construction invited the neighbours for a BBQ and to see the progress on redevelopment of the Cornerstone building at Princeton and Melbourne Avenue. This fall, 42 women will make their new home there, in supportive housing provided […]

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