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  • City sets out to protect its hydro heritage
    Tuesday, February 11, 2020

    CBC NEWS, By Kate Porter

    The city is looking to designate five hydro substations built nearly a century ago as heritage structures, a move intended to protect the architectural history of...

  • Alterations to ByWard Market buildings ravaged by fire OK’d by heritage subcommittee
    Tuesday, February 11, 2020

    GLOBAL NEWS, By Beatrice Britneff

    Ottawa's built heritage subcommittee has approved proposed alterations to two ByWard Market buildings ravaged by a major fire last spring, which include...

  • Government plans to redevelop historic lands opposite Parliament Hill
    Tuesday, February 4, 2020

    OTTAWA CITIZEN, By Blair Crawford

    The most prestigious property in Canada is up for development and the federal government is asking architects from around the world to brainstorm ideas for...

  • City View residents mull levy to save heritage home
    Monday, February 3, 2020

    CBC NEWS, By Kate Porter

    Residents of a Nepean neighbourhood are in a race against time to save a heritage estate from redevelopment, but it's going to cost them.

    For years,...

  • Major overhaul in store for entire block facing Parliament
    Monday, February 3, 2020

    CBC NEWS, By Ryan Patrick Jones

    The federal government plans to redevelop an entire city block directly across from Parliament Hill as part of ongoing reconstruction efforts in the capital'...

  • More than one in four area federal buildings in poor or critical condition, government report says
    Tuesday, January 21, 2020

    OTTAWA CITIZEN, By Bruce Deachman

    More than a quarter of all federally owned, leased or licensed buildings in the Ottawa-Gatineau area, including many landmark downtown buildings, are in...

  • Applications Now Open for Heritage Grant Program for Building Resoration
    Thursday, January 16, 2020

    HERITAGE OTTAWA

    The City of Ottawa is currently accepting applications for the Heritage Grant for Building Restoration program.

    Property owners of buildings designated under Part IV...

  • City planning staff recommend council refuse hotel proposal in ByWard Market
    Monday, January 13, 2020

    OTTAWA CITIZEN, By Jon Willing

    City planners have sent a rare refusal recommendation to council’s planning committee, arguing that a proposed 17-storey hotel wouldn’t be compatible with an...

  • Architects go through design gauntlet in planning new British High Commission at Earnscliffe property
    Friday, January 10, 2020

    OTTAWA CITIZEN, By Jon Willing

    A new three-storey British High Commission building nestled in the lush riverfront property of Earnscliffe is challenging architects to complement the...

  • Senator caps lifelong fight by taking aim at Château Laurier addition
    Thursday, December 26, 2019

    THE CANADIAN PRESS, By Lee Berthiaume

    A soon-to-be-retired senator has taken his decades-long fight to protect important heritage buildings to “the heart of the nation,” where his final act...

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