Little Italy

Despite a decade and a half with little progress since Loeb closed its Booth Street store in 2006, local representatives see an end in sight for residents hungry for accessible, affordable groceries.
LF3 founders Jenna York and Michael Donnelly have done the heavy lifting needed to turn their boutique lifestyle fitness studios into a hybrid model of in-person and virtual services.
You know you’re in Little Italy when someone in the crowd starts randomly belting out O Sole Mio during the soft opening party for a brand new food hall on Preston Street.
Highrise would eclipse another Claridge project, the nearby Icon condo tower, which is now the city's tallest building.
"It’s going to be a long time before people want to get into a room with 300 other people."
Sporadic jobs and lack of compensation or benefits result in some self-employed artists living below poverty line, in need of rental assistance
A local builder has unveiled plans for a two-phased development in Little Italy that’s expected to include more than 500 housing units and bring a major supermarket to a neighbourhood
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With 23 new plays on the 2019-2020 schedule, The Gladstone brings Ottawa’s independent theatre industry to life
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Popular foodie event to run from March 1 to 10
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Like no other bike race in town, the criterium offers something for everyone. Fast-paced action, block party vibes and family-friendly activities – including kids races!