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Garbage pick-up among City services affected by Labour Day

Garbage day. Photo by Glen Gower
Garbage day. Photo by Glen Gower

Several City of Ottawa services will be affected by the Labour Day Monday holiday on September 1.

  • There will be no curbside green binrecycling, or garbage collection on Labour Day. Labour Day’s pickup will take place on Tuesday, September 2. In addition, the collection of garbage, green bin and recycling materials will be delayed by one day for the week of September 1.

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31-unit townhouse development planned for 6371 Hazeldean

A Plan of Subdivision for 6371 Hazeldean Road has been submitted to the City of Ottawa:

“Proposal for Draft Plan approval for a 31-unit townhouse development on a private street. The private street will be cul-de-sac with access onto Kittiwake Drive. Visitor parking will be provided on the private street in accordance with the zoning for this property.”

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Shop til you drop: A full list of Tanger Ottawa outlet stores (so far)

Here’s a list of stores planned at the new Tanger Outlets just north of the Queensway at Huntmar.  There are over 75 stores scheduled to open on Friday, October 17 at 9:30am.

And yes, all 75 stores will open the same day.  So far over 60 of the new stores are listed on Tanger’s web site.  The mall’s management will be announcing additional stores over the coming weeks.

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It came in like a wrecking ball: 1518 Stittsville Main Street demolished

Demolition of 1518 Main
Photo courtesy of Marisa Dube

Demolition of the old Bradley’s General Store building at 1518 Stittsville Main Street started at 7am today. By 10am it was a pile of bricks.  A fire destroyed the building in September 2013.  Although it had heritage designation, the building was deemed to be structurally unsound.

No word yet on what will replace the building, or when.


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Fire on Abaca Way caused by a discarded cigarette

Abaca Fire Photo
Photo from the Ottawa Fire Department

Ottawa Fire said this morning via Twitter:

“Yesterday’s fire on Abaca Way was caused by a carelessly discarded cigarette. Cigarette was put in a planter which caught fire. This is the third fire in a week caused by carelessly discarded smoking material.”


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