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Our Blog 2018-02-08T21:59:50+00:00

Weekly O-Train Update

Ottawa's light rail system is certainly on everybody's mind...even more than usual with the election date of Monday coming up quickly. It has been a major issue discussed by all people up for election and a hot button campaign issue during Ottawa's mayoral race this year. Below we have an update for you on the progress the new system is [...]

October 19th, 2018|

RSVP NOW for our Tasting Ottawa Event with Erling’s Variety

We've set up our next Tasting Ottawa event and would love it if you could join us! We will enjoy a specially prepared menu just for our group at Erlings Variety in The Glebe. The food is all about creativity and and locally sourced products at this delicious, fun restaurant! The food is tasty, the conversation will be flowing...don't miss out! Small creative plates to [...]

October 15th, 2018|

What to Do in Ottawa this Weekend

After a warm week, the temperature will return to a more "autumn-expected" cooler norm this weekend. Don't let it keep you indoors as there is so much going on this weekend in our great city! Thirteen Strings Chamber Orchestra - this chamber orchestra launches its concert season tomorrow, Friday October 12 with Oboefest. There will be soloists such as oboist [...]

October 11th, 2018|


We have so many great events coming up this season! Keep your eyes out here and on our Facebook pages for all the details and RSVP with us by emailing carole@evansteamottawa.com Tasting Ottawa Discovering Ottawa Evans Team Ottawa Contact us for details!          

September 29th, 2018|

Ottawa Tornadoes – How to Help

In the aftermath of Friday afternoon's tornadoes so many of our fellow Ottawans are without homes, without power and at the very least trying to pick up the pieces of the devastating tornadoes that went through Ottawa, particularly in Dunrobin, Craig Henry, Arlington Woods and Gatineau. Many are wondering how they can help make this even slightly easier for those [...]

September 26th, 2018|

Festival Season Continues with CityFolk’s 25th Anniversary

Ottawa's annual folk music festival is underway at Lansdowne Park running from September 12th to September 16th this year. And this one is the 25th anniversary of Ottawa's CityFolk Festival and it is sure not to disappoint. A fantastic lineup this year includes 54-40, Ani DiFranco, David Byrne, Colter Wall, Kaleo, Hozier, Tedeschi Trucks Band and even Steve Earle.  Tickets [...]

September 13th, 2018|

August 2018 Market Update

We have our monthly round up of stats for August 2018. The market is still very active as we head into the fall months. The average residential sale price is $433,684 up 3.1% over August 2017 with the amount of homes holding steady from last year at 1,188 houses sold. The average condo sale price is $276,720 up 2.2% over [...]

September 12th, 2018|

Weekly O-Train Update

We've got an update on the light rail progress! Among these construction updates, training and testing are also underway. Train testing is ongoing in the west, tunnel, and east segments of the western alignment. Frequency and speed of LRV testing has increased in the east with trains  now moving in Automatic Train Operation (ATO) mode between Blair and uOttawa Stations. Trains are [...]

September 7th, 2018|

Pool Closing Packages from Impressions Group Ottawa Inc.

Sigh...it is...unfortunately...that time of year already. It is time to start thinking about pool closing. If you book now, you can save the tax on your package with Impressions Group Ottawa, our favourite exterior home improvement company and home maintenance company. They have three packages to choose from with a range of options and prices. It is the best idea [...]

August 20th, 2018|

Artists and Businesses to Aid Poole Creek Garden

Artists will perch their easels on the banks of Poole Creek on Thursday, August 16, joining local businesses to save a community Japanese garden from bulldozers. The score of artists from Stittsville, Kanata and Manotick plan to capture their vision of the garden and its Poole Creek surroundings, then sell their paintings to raise funds for its maintenance. The garden, [...]

August 2nd, 2018|