Category: June 2016

Are today’s seniors birds of a feather?

by Patricia Marsden-Dole for the CCCA Seniors Committee Purple martins share their avian apartment buildings only with purple martins. But does this tell us something about how Mother Nature meant life to be organized in the natural world? I explored…

Skyline: The quest for public space

by Robert Smythe Centretown is a neighbourhood bereft of well-designed public spaces with great places to sit. Each new development has presented an opportunity to create new pocket parks, but the record is spotty. Is it possible to construct new…

Beaver Barracks unveils courtyard art

by Gail McGuire Residents of Beaver Barracks celebrated the completion of their inner courtyard with a ribbon-cutting event on May 7. Beaver Barracks is a social housing community at Argyle, Metcalfe and Catherine Streets, developed by Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation…