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Residents call for better and increased affordable housing at Bay Ward debate

Residents call for better and increased affordable housing at Bay Ward debate

All candidates recognized and admitted the city has problems with the quality and quantity of its affordable housing stock at the Thursday debate.
Mickle Macks Haberdashery looking to fill Ottawa's specialty hat void

Mickle Macks Haberdashery looking to fill Ottawa's specialty hat void

Midweek Mugging: Owner Gina Csiffary said Ottawa hat wearers were being let down by department stores and online shopping, but her store has a hat for every person and occasion.
Shops and restaurants take to the sidewalk for Taste of Wellington West

Shops and restaurants take to the sidewalk for Taste of Wellington West

Neighbourhood restaurants gave out free samples along Wellington Street on Sept. 15 as a fundraiser for the Parkdale Food Centre.
Osgoode Ward candidates voice anger over stormwater fee

Osgoode Ward candidates voice anger over stormwater fee

At a debate multiple candidates attacked incumbent city councillor George Darouze for his decision to vote for the fee to be added to septic and well users' water bills.
The Momo Spot brings a taste of Nepal to Ottawa farmers' market

The Momo Spot brings a taste of Nepal to Ottawa farmers' market

Midweek Mugging: Momos are a type of steamed dumpling filled with either chicken, pork or vegetables and are a popular street food in Nepal, said co-founder Rahul Bura.
Hundreds walk with Erik and Melinda Karlsson in first annual anti-bullying event

Hundreds walk with Erik and Melinda Karlsson in first annual anti-bullying event

The event was a fundraiser for Proud To Be Me, which will use the money to install friendship benches in school and develop anti-bullying workshops, according to Cindy Cutts.
Carleton students’ tiny house to navigate natural disasters and climate change

Carleton students’ tiny house to navigate natural disasters and climate change

"With climate change there’s going to be more floods, there’s going to be more droughts, so we really thought about this design and how this house can react to that," said project supervisor Scott Bucking.
Ottawa Insectarium brings bugs to Sparks Street

Ottawa Insectarium brings bugs to Sparks Street

Midweek Mugging: Ottawa Insectarium owner Felisc McIvor hopes the tarantulas, scorpions and geckos he has on display will help people connect with the animals and see how valuable they are to the environment.
Pilots at Gatineau Hot Air Balloon Festival still waiting for perfect weather before taking off

Pilots at Gatineau Hot Air Balloon Festival still waiting for perfect weather before taking off

Veteran pilot Daniel Perreault said it was too windy to take his balloon into the sky on Saturday evening, but was hopeful to be allowed to fly on Sunday.
Re4m transforming Ottawa's unwanted scraps into something new

Re4m transforming Ottawa's unwanted scraps into something new

Midweek Mugging: Re4m owner Heather Jeffery said her goal is to reduce the amount of material going to landfills by creating something useful and unique from it.
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