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Claude Jobin
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Email: claude@claudejobin.com

Molly Hoyle
Phone or Text: 613.277.5656
Email: mollyhoyle@royallepage.ca

Neighbourhoods in Ottawa

Vanier

The Neighbourhood of Vanier Proximity to downtown! A multicultural lively neighbourhood: The French Quarter. 40% francophones and 60% Anglophones. Convenience: Enjoy the Rideau River and the Riverain Park with it’s seemingly endless bicycle path which leads you to Vincent Massey Park, Hog’s Back Park, and Mooney’s Bay Park. Access to Queensway. Bordered by Montreal Road, […]

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The Glebe

Central Park – The Glebe – Ottawa  The Glebe is a neighbourhood in Ottawa.  Bordered to the north by downtown, to east and the south by the Rideau Canal and to the west by Bronson Avenue.  The heart of the Glebe is Bank Street.   Bank street with it’s almost countless restaurants, coffee shops and boutiques oh and several pubs.  So […]

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Sandy Hill

Sandy Hill – Ottawa Sandy Hill (French: Côte-de-Sable) is a neighbourhood in Ottawa, Ontario, located just east of downtown. The neighbourhood is bordered on the west by the Rideau Canal and on the east by the Rideau River. To the north it stretches to Rideau Street and the Byward Market area while to the south […]

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Ottawa East

Old Ottawa East or Ottawa East is a neighbourhood of Ottawa, Canada. It is bordered by the Rideau Canal on the west and the Rideau River on the east.  Nort is Sandy Hill south is Ottawa South. The parks include Brantwood Park and Windsor Park. Old Ottawa East is along the longest ice rink in the world […]

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New Edinburgh

New Edinburgh is a small neighbourhood in Ottawa, Canada. It is located to the east of the downtown core. It is bordered on the west by the Rideau River, to the north by the Ottawa River, to the south by Beechwood Avenue, to the east the border is less regular but is marked in part […]

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Mooney’s Bay

Mooney’s Bay Park is a public park in Ottawa, Canada on the Rideau River. Its main entrance is on Riverside Drive, opposite Ridgewood Avenue, but can also be accessed from Hog’s Back Road. It has a beach, picnic areas, a children’s playground and is the site of the Terry Fox Stadium. Located at 2960 Riverside […]

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From the Blog

GLAD Cleaning the Capital

A great endeavour to clean up the leftover of winter (by then that’s what it will be). Register your project by April 14 and be eligible to win a prize. 34 total views, 5 views today

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Earth Hour

You’ll please forgive me for making this a two post day but I had to post about earth hour. This evening from 8:30pm to 9:30pm join the world and go dark for one hour. 32 total views, no views today

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Ottawa Condo for Sale in Vanier
409-90 Landry Street
$385,000

Welcome to suite 409 at La Tiffani 2 – 90 Landry Street. This meticulously cared for Pearson Model features 985 square feet of living space. This bright freshly painted 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo is only steps from Beechwood Village. Open concept living space with 2 walls of glass leading to spacious balcony (11.6 x […]

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Ottawa House for Sale in Riverside Park South
576 Dickinson Avenue
$479,900

Welcome to this 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom dream home! Bright and spacious living and dining rooms with a bonus family room and 2-piece bath on the main floor. Gleaming hardwood throughout. Gas fireplace in entertainment sized living room. Updated kitchen with top of the line appliances and quality cabinetry. Four generous bedrooms, including a brand-new […]

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Architects
Frank Lloyd Wright

I have to start this weeks architect post with a disclaimer: The architects have been presented in random order. Or perhaps in alphabetical order (close I think). Because today one of my favourites if not my favourite and one of the greatest: Frank Lloyd Wright. I suppose I must start with Fallingwater. My hesitation is […]

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Somerset House Redevelopment

I’m not very impressed with the city of Ottawa when it comes to preservation of heritage buildings. I suspect they are much more in collusion with developers with deep pockets rather than the protection of our built heritage. That being said there is a new proposal for the Somerset House. Of course another proposal was […]

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Spring Equinox – Ostara

It’s a two post day – sorry about that! Mostly because I forgot it was the spring equinox and well we need to celebrate that. It actually happened at 6:28am I may well have been awake for it. Somewhat earlier than my normal rise, true! Is the energy different at that moment? Did my body […]

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Unique Lamps

I have a weakness for lamps! Ok you’re right I have many weaknesses. That being said here 22 lamps. I’ve chosen to feature the pencil: which is quite amizing. But I also like the trumpets, and the pipes, oh and also the trunk like lamp. And…. What’s your favourite? 36 total views, no views today

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