Biking along the shores of the Ottawa River, you’ll find yourself in one of the city’s oldest and best-known neighbourhoods.
Lined with trees and patios, Beechwood Avenue is home to some of Ottawa’s foodie favourites. It’s more than a typical Main street – this upscale neighbourhood is also developing into a culinary destination for travelers and locals alike. Beechwood Avenue is a place to try something new.
Vanier merchants gain new voice on municipal issuesRead more.
What the return of community policing means for VanierRead more.
Catherine Strevens-Bourque, Retirement Living Consultant at Chartwell New Edinburgh SquareRead more.
A fundraising dinner in Beechwood Cemetery for Partage Vanier
Businesses and friends gather for a dinner to raise funds for Partage Vanier, which serves part of Ottawa-Vanier’s riding whereRead more.
“Why have one scoop when you can have two?”
Lindsay Taub, the owner of Sundae School, reflects on what it’s genuinely like to be the official “Ice Cream lady”Read more.
Unique restaurants, specialty food shops turn Vanier into a destination for foodies
Beechwood Avenue, Montreal Road and McArthur Avenue each offer unique flavours Where in Ottawa can chefs find a full-sized octopus,Read more.
People of Vanier: SconeWitch owner Heather Matthews
SconeWitch owner Heather Matthews, who never eats a scone that is more than 10 minutes removed from the oven, recallsRead more.
People of Vanier: The Beechwood Avenue baristas of The Ministry of Coffee
Manager Julia Norris and her staff share their favourite requests from customers and why they love working on Beechwood Avenue.Read more.
Family-fun planned for annual fall festival
BeechFest – a new year, a new name for Beechwood’s annual fall festival Beechwood Avenue’s annual fall festival is gettingRead more.