Défense du patrimoine

Patrimoine Ottawa oeuvre pour la préservation du patrimoine bâti et des paysages culturels distinctifs d’Ottawa.  Nous prenons la parole pour défendre les biens du patrimoine méritoires qui sont à risque d’intervention inappropriée ou de démolition.

Le Domaine Billings, l’édifice de l’Est du Parlement, le Pavillon Aberdeen sont quelques-unes des propriétés qui ont bénéficié des efforts de défense de Patrimoine Ottawa.

Patrimoine Ottawa entretien des contacts avec le Département du patrimoine de la Ville d’Ottawa et fait régulièrement des présentations au Sous-comité du Patrimoine bâti, le Comité de planification et autres comités de la Ville.

Certaines des activités de défense de Patrimoine Ottawa, incluant des lettres et présentations au Sous-comité du Patrimoine bâti de la Ville, le Comité de planification et le Conseil municipal d’Ottawa sont disponibles sur ce site, ainsi que d’autres documents relatifs à la défense du patrimoine.

Veuillez noter que les lettres, documents et autres pages qui suivent sont disponibles en anglais seulement.

  • Anderson: Stop Coveting the Experimental Farm
    Monday, February 29, 2016

    Heritage Ottawa and the Coalition to Protect the Central Experimental Farm remain concerned that the Farm is still the principle target for a new site for the Ottawa Hospital. We can still achieve...

  • Experimental Farm land deal kept under wraps before announcement, documents show
    Thursday, February 11, 2016

    CBC News, By Amanda Pfeffer

    Key stakeholders in a controversial decision in 2014 to lease land from the Central Experimental Farm (CEF) to The Ottawa Hospital were kept in the dark in...

  • 'We have to get this right': Hospital looks for options beyond Central Experimental Farm
    Wednesday, February 10, 2016

    OTTAWA CITIZEN, By Elizabeth Payne

    More than a year after announcing a new Civic hospital would be built on 60 acres of the historic Central Experimental Farm, The Ottawa Hospital now says...

  • Ottawa Hospital to review controversial site for new Civic campus
    Wednesday, February 10, 2016

    CBC News, By Amanda Pfeffer

    The Ottawa Hospital will review whether the 24-hectare Experimental Farm lands are the best site for its new facility, CBC News has learned.

    Eight years...

  • Harper Government Broke Rules When Transferring Historic Land: Watchdog
    Tuesday, February 2, 2016

    NATIONAL OBSERVER, By Mike De Souza

    The Harper government broke federal cabinet rules when it attempted to transfer a historic and culturally significant piece of land, said Ottawa’s...

  • Ottawa Hospital to leave farm land transfer "up to Politicians"
    Friday, January 29, 2016

    CBC News | Ottawa

    The Ottawa Hospital's chief of staff says he will leave the decision about where to build a new facility to replace the century-old Civic campus "up to the politicians."...

  • Letter: Saving the Central Experimental Farm and Enabling Hospital Renewal
    Friday, January 29, 2016

    HERITAGE OTTAWA

    In response to a letter signed by nearly 50 agricultural and climate change scientists and heritage advocates including Heritage Ottawa, Federal Environment Minister...

  • Environment Minister Catherine McKenna Vows to Revisit Experimental Farm Land Transfer
    Thursday, January 28, 2016

    CBC News, By Amanda Pfeffer

    Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna told reporters she has "concerns" about the impending transfer of 24 hectares of land from the Central...

  • The Importance of Rural Heritage
    Wednesday, January 27, 2016

    By Tobi Nussbaum

    At today’s City Council meeting, permission was granted to Richcraft Homes to take down the iconic Bradley/Craig Barn in Stittsville and move it to Saunders Farm, over 20...

  • Coalition Fights to Save Experimental Farm in Ottawa
    Monday, January 25, 2016

    The Western Producer, By Robert Amason

    A coalition of scientists and heritage advocates are trying to save what may be the second oldest piece of agricultural research land in the world....

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