Future of Lansdowne Park

Thank you to the more than 500 people who came to the public forum on the future of Lansdowne Park on October 28. Here are more ways you can show you care about Lansdowne: Sign up to speak at the City of Ottawa’s Finance and Economic Development Committee (FEDCO) on November 5 starting at 9:30am. To get on [...]

2019-11-02T11:41:07-04:00November 1st, 2019|Advocacy, Events, Lansdowne Committee, News|Comments Off on Future of Lansdowne Park

GCA 50th – a huge success!

THANK YOU for you kindness in helping the GCA celebrate its 50th birthday. Community Partners GNAG Glebe Report Glebe BIA Sponsors BMO Glebe Branch Dominique Milne McKeen Metro Glebe Ottawa Farmers Market Bloomfields Flowers and all our members and volunteers! (Photos by Al Patrick)

2017-12-01T16:39:06-05:00December 1st, 2017|Events, News|Comments Off on GCA 50th – a huge success!

Trees in the Glebe – Tree Sign-up Form

Trees in the Glebe Plant a tree, urge your neighbours to plant a tree, or show us a great spot for a new tree. The GCA’s Environment Committee and Ecology Ottawa are spearheading a project to inspire planting of 150 trees in our community in 2017. Register your tree or ideas here: For more [...]

Call for participants: hockey tournament

We are looking for participants in our annual hockey tournament! The chosen date: Saturday January 28, 9-noon(ish). Location: Windsor Park (OOS is host this year) All other details to follow. Please think about who can help you assemble a team, with equal emphasis on fun, sportsmanship, talent and gender balance. For more information, contact:

2017-11-25T13:54:18-05:00January 13th, 2017|Events, News|Comments Off on Call for participants: hockey tournament

GCA writes to City regarding development proposal for 890/900 Bank Street

On Tuesday, September 13th, an engaged group of residents participated in a Special Meeting of the GCA Board.  Given the short timeline to provide comments to the City (deadline of September 15th), the meeting was called to discuss a motion put forward by the GCA Planning Committee.  The motion, that passed with virtually unanimous consent [...]