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Free Friday! What to do in Ottawa for Free this Weekend

Christmas Lights Across Canada - Taking place on Parliament Hill from December 2, 2015 to January 7, 2016, see the lights every evening from 4:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. and the magical lightscapes show from 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Voices in Harmony - Head over to Woodroffe United Church and get cozy (seriously, bring [...]

Free Friday! What to do in Ottawa for Free this Weekend2017-04-11T21:43:59-04:00

Buying Beer in Grocery Stores? What you Need to Know.

There are 8 grocery stores throughout Ottawa, from east end to west end, selling beer as of now. CLICK HERE to find out where in your neighbourhood. Beer, at this time, is only being sold in six packs. There is a mixture of major beer brands and craft beers. 20% of shelf space is required [...]

Buying Beer in Grocery Stores? What you Need to Know.2017-04-11T21:43:59-04:00

Hockey Ticket Draw! Stocking Stuffer Alert!

We have a hockey ticket draw happening just in time for Christmas, tickets could make the ideal stocking stuffer for husbands, wives, kids...anyone! The tickets are to the Sens vs New York Rangers game on January 24th at 3:00 pm and include a parking pass. To enter: 1. Head to the Contact Us page on [...]

Hockey Ticket Draw! Stocking Stuffer Alert!2017-04-11T21:43:59-04:00

New Downpayment Rules Announced

The government announced  that it is raising the minimum down payment for new insured mortgages to 10 per cent from 5 per cent for the portion of house prices above $500,000. Finance Minister Bill Morneau, who announced the change in Ottawa Friday, said the new rules will take effect on Feb. 15, 2016. Down payment rules [...]

New Downpayment Rules Announced2015-12-11T17:54:20-05:00