Sunday, Nov. 23, 2014
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Pet Services
FOR THE LOVE OF PETS

Professional pet sitting, registered, insured & bonded www.fortheloveofpets.ca (613) 482-1575 or (819) 775-9510


Residential Real Estate
MANOR PARK

Totally renovated 2 Storey on quiet Cul-de-Sac $579,900 Diane Blander Sales Rep Sutton Group-Premier Realty (2008) Ltd. www.dianeblander.com Direct 613-294-0491


ELEGANT 4-BEDROOM HOME FOR SALE IN AYLMER

On half acre+ lot, no rear neighbors, 10 minutes from Parliament Hill. Call (613) 282-1951 http://duproprio.com/2-storey-for-sale-aylmer-quebec-en-555890


WELLINGTON WEST 28 GRANT $564,000 OR RENT FOR $2450/MO.

Built '12. ½ Blk to Parkdale Mkt. 2 Bedrooms + Den. 2 Bths. Granite Kitchen. Roof Terrace. Patrick Morris, Broker, Royal LePage Performance 613-238-2801 MorrisHomeTeam.com


CHELSEA: UNIQUE CALIFORNIA ARCHITECT HOME

Open concept, wall glass, high ceiling, 2600sqft, 15 mn from Ottawa, 615000$, www.duproprio.com/535097


LINDENLEA

Classic, 3 story, end unit, 3 bedroom, 3 bath, garage, many updates. Walk to amenities. $775,000. Maureen Walsh, Royal Lepage Performance Realty - 613-733-9100.


Property Rentals
RENTINOTTAWA.COM

Ottawa apartments, houses and condos for rent. Call Joe 613-612-7368. www.rentinottawa.com


Condos for Sale
ELEGANT 1 BEDROOM PLUS DEN

Luxurious and secure living. Minutes to Parliament. Jacqueline Stacey, Sales Representative, Coldwell Banker Sarazen Realty Brokerage, 613.223.9083


SCHOOLHOUSE LOFT CONVERSION

$324,900 Ornate tin 12' ceilings, exposed brick, hardwood, soaring windows, FP, 2 baths & PKG. Diane Blander Sales Rep Sutton Group-Premier Realty (2008) Ltd. www.dianeblander.com 613-294-0491


ELEGANT CONDO CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN OTTAWA

Open house October 26 between 2pm and 4pm. This magnificent 4th-floor condo (1,527 sqft) offers a great southern view and exceptional sunlight. It has 3 bedrooms, a stunning kitchen, granite countertops, an ensuite bathroom with a ceramic & tempered glass shower and a second full bathroom. Superior quality flooring, gas fireplace. Indoor parking included. 403-224 boul. Alexandre-Taché (Hull), $425,000, Nathalie Guindon, RE/MAX Vision (1990) inc., 819 328-3328 http://www.remax-quebec.com/fr/condo-a-vendre/224-boul-alexandre-tache-hull-27274963.rmx


LUXURY LOFT - PARKDALE MARKET

1300sqft 2 bedroom, 2 baths plus den and private terrace. $575,000 Grapevine ID342317 or gammiburgess@icloud.com


SANDY HILL - 238 BESSERER ST #901

Striking 2 bed, 2 bath condo boasting one of the best & biggest private open roof terraces in the core. Sweeping city views! Transit, ByTowne Cinema, Ottawa Little Theatre & uOttawa + more nearby. Amenities incl. pool, gym, guest parking +. MLS 916538. $549,900. Janny Mills*, Jeff Rosebrugh* & Shan Cappuccino*, * Sales Representative, Royal LePage Performance, 613-238-2801 www.jannyjeffandshan.com


Condos for Rent
2 BEDROOM CONDO - AVAILABLE DECEMBER OR JANUARY

Short walk to Foreign Affairs and Bytowne Market. View of Parliament across from Ottawa River. 1000sq/ft, fully remodeled, underground parking. $1350/month. Email: kageh55@yahoo.com


LUXURIOUS CONDOS

For rent in Gatineau (Hull), visit us at www.260maisonneuve.com


LUXURY CONDO FOR RENT AT THE GARDENS - 95 BRONSON AVE

Executive 1 BD condo steps from Parliament Hill. Gym, heat, water, locker and indoor parking included. $1500/month; with parking. Minimum 1 year lease. 613-864-5945 Avail. DEC 1st


700 SUSSEX: UNIT 701

Overlooking the Main Square. Million dollar views. Live amongst the Movers and Shakers of the City! Contact Jack Uppal, Broker. Royal LePage, jackuppal@royallepage.ca ; 613 220-6006.


MARKET/WILLIAM ST. MALL

A/C 4 appls. Laundry facilities. Hardwood. Secure bldg. Rooftop courtyard. Ref's required. 613=850-5329. 1 Bdrm + loft area, 1 bath. $1,100 + utilities Available immediately. 1 Bdrm 1 bath. $900 + utilities Available November 1, 2014.


17TH FLOOR CONDO WITH A WONDERFUL VIEW - 530 LAURIER AVE UNIT 1708

2 beds, 2 Full baths, Hardwood flooring throughout, 1 balcony and underground parking. Rent includes heat, hydro, & water. Building has pool, exercise room, sauna, whirlpool and party room. $1900 per month. No pets and No smoking. Susan Oneid, Broker, Royal LePage Performance Realty 613-733-9100 soneid@sympatico.ca


1 BEDROOM CONDO FOR RENT

December 1st in the Glebe-Lansdowne Park Vibe unit. Includes indoor parking spot. $1875/monthly or $2000 furnished. Please contact jackiedawn8@hotmail.com or 613-315-7544.


NOVEMBER 1, 2014 - $1895

2 Bed, 2 Bath Condo in Sussex Square. Steps from DFATD. Open concept. Granite countertops, Hardwood, 5 appliances. 2 Indoor Parking, Storage, Exercise room, Roof top deck. 613-727-1400 www.attachetms.ca


STUNNING CANAL VIEW - EXCLUSIVE CONDO AT 111 ECHO DRIVE, NOV/DEC

Exclusive rare 2000+ sq. ft. 2 bdrm condo overlooking Canal. Massive master and 2nd bedroom both w/full ensuite, canal view. Indoor pool/hot tub, fitness facility, tennis, squash, indoor golf driving range. Laundry in unit. Underground parking included. Security/maintenance on-site. Available Nov/Dec. $2,995/month. Tenant pays hydro only. Contact: David (613) 293--0495. http://www.kijiji.ca/v-2-bedroom-apartments-condos/ottawa/stunning-canal-view-exclusive-condo-at-111-echo-drive-nov-dec/1021434952


BEAUTIFUL 10TH FLOOR SUNSET VIEWS

1 bed/1 bath corner condo in the Byward Market at 134 York St. Luxurious condo features 6 appliances, 10 foot ceiling, air conditioning, balcony and 1 secure underground parking space ($75). $1,625/month; minimum 1 year lease. Available November 1st. Call now to arrange a viewing 613-552-2549 (yorkstreetplaza@yahoo.com)

 

 

 


TUNNEY'S PASTURE

Unfurn condo, 1 bdrm, 202 Hinchey Ave. 6 appl, 1/c/ electric heat. Non-smoking, no pets. Indoor parking available & hydro extra. Available 1st Nov, 2014. 613-729-7359.


Townhouse for Rent
BRAND NEW MODERN TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT

LEED Certified, High-Efficiency. Located in Lindenlea. Custom finishes, high-end fixtures and appliances. $3,500/month, some utilities included. visit www.modbox.ca (Springfield Towns) for more information call 613-240-3662.


STUNNING TOWNHOME IN LOWER TOWN

FABULOUS 3 bedroom, 2 bath home COMPLETELY RENOVATED next to PARK and RIVER! $1900/month MLS#932519 Dan Horan, Keller Williams Ottawa Realty, 613-255-6494, dan.horan@kwottawa.ca


Houses for Rent
CARLINGTON

2bdrm house on friendly street. Near transit, bike paths, Island Park. Large fenced yard. $1,595/m+utilities. Info: bit.ly/1zfMlbn or asimako@gmail.com


BYWARD MARKET

Heritage house (2 bdrms) to rent (6, 12 months or +) available Fall - Quiet area, furnished or not, AC, parking (w/d DFAIT/ Hill). $1,750/month + utilities. (613) 241-8187.


ALTA VISTA, INDOOR SWIMMING POOL, 1890 BARNHART PLACE

Elegant, spacious home, 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms on large lot backing onto pond. $4950 + utilities, 613-797-1258


ISLAND PK 85 HELENA $866,000 OR RENT FOR $3250/MO.

Younghusband Inspired. 4 Bedrms + 3rd Lvl Guest Rm. Updated Kitch. Garden Oasis. Patrick Morris, Broker, Royal LePage Performance 613-238-2801 MorrisHomeTeam.com


Apartments for Rent
AYLMER

Brand NEW Construction, one 2 bdr at 975$ and one 3 bdr at 975$ per month. View on the Outaouais River, Parking, Close to everything - available now. Bernard (613) 795-3933


BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED LARGE 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT IN HERITAGE HOME SHORT WALK FROM PARLIAMENT HILL

Available for immediate occupancy. Fully furnished with everything you need. Bi-weekly housekeeping, parking, Wi-Fi. $1,775/monthly all included.
Call Don 613-237-8598


Furnished Condos for Rent
FURNISHED LARGE TWO BEDROOM CONDO

Petrie Beach Orleans. Hardwood, granite, high-end furnishings, ceiling to floor windows, river views, utilities included. $2890. Photos Kijiji 1025692594 613-725-6450


Sublet
SANDY HILL WATERFRONT

2 bed 2 bath. 3 month sublet: Jan, Feb, Mar 2015. Furnished. Incl. underground parking, indoor pool, utilities all in. 613-316-4801.


Employment
REGULAR PART TIME OFFER THROUGH MAY 2015 OR LONGER

Preparing and arranging MP appointments for delegates to industry association conference. Mostly work from home if preferred. Resumes to admin@hpag.ca


    

Parliamentary Calendar
Sunday, November 23, 2014
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
Shootings at the National War Memorial and Parliament Hill, Oct. 22, 2014: in photographs Oct. 27, 2014

The Hill Times photograph by Mark Burgess

At 9:52 a.m., the first calls came in of shots fired at the National War Memorial. Five people tried to save Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's life who was standing guard at the National War Memorial. He later died of gunshot wounds.

The Hill Times photograph by Mark Burgess

The people who tried save Cpl. Nathan Cirillo's life were later identified as Margaret Lerhe, a nurse on her way to work at the Elizabeth Bruyere Hospital; another corporal, a soldier, National Defence employee and former Naval officer Martin Magnan; and lawyer Barbara Winters who told Cpl. Cirillo that his family loved him while he lay dying.

The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy

People running from Parliament Hill shortly after the gunfight in Centre Block where gunman Michael Zihaf-Bibeau was shot dead by House Sgt.-at-Arms Kevin Vickers, House security officers, and the RCMP.

The Hill Times photograph by Chris Plecash

The Parliament Buildings from Metcalfe Street.

The Hill Times photograph by Mark Burgess

Police pictured at the corner of Metcalfe and Slater streets in Ottawa later in the day on Oct. 22.

The Hill Times photograph by Denis Drever

Liberal Sen. Jim Munson in a lockdown in Room 257 East Block doing a media interview.

The Hill Times photograph by Denis Drever

NDP MPs, staffers, and others locked down in Room 257 East Block, watching the events unfold on one small laptop.

The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy

NDP MP Wayne Marston, pictured shortly after running from Parliament Hill.

The Hill Times photograph by Chris Plecash

More police officers on Metcalfe Street, just down the street from Parliament Hill.

The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy

Conservative MP Maurice Vellacott does a media interview on Metcalfe Street.

The Hill Times photograph by Mark Burgess

A tourist who witnessed the shooting talks to police shortly after Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was shot.

The Hill Times photograph by Mark Burgess

More police officers on Metcalfe Street.

The Hill Times photograph by Anne Marie Creskey

Police on Sparks Street outside The Hill Times' office.

The Hill Times photograph by Anne Marie Creskey

Police on the Hill shortly after the shooting.

The Hill Times photograph by Anne Marie Creskey

NDP MPs Rosane Doré Lefebvre, far left, Hélène Laverdiere, and NDP MP Charlie Angus, pictured shortly after the shooting on the Hill and the National War Memorial.

The Hill Times photograph by Anne Marie Creskey

Journalists and others leaving Parliament Hill, shortly after the shooting.

The Hill Times photograph by Anne Marie Creskey

Reporters on Sparks and Metcalfe streets.

The Hill Times photograph by Anne Marie Creskey

The media on Sparks at Metcalfe streets.

The Hill Times photograph by Anne Marie Creskey

CTV Hill reporter Richard Madan and CBC Radio reporter Susan Lunn.

The Hill Times photograph by Anne Marie Creskey

NDP MP Charlie Angus does an interview on Metcalfe Street later in the afternoon.

The Hill Times photograph by Kate Malloy

Prime Minister Stephen Harper, pictured that evening, addressing the nation about the shocking killing of a soldier killed at the National War Memorial and later the killing of the man in a gunfight in Centre Block.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

The next day in the Hot Room, the Parliamentary Press Gallery. Gallery clerks Collin Lafrance and Normand Gagnon.

The Hill Times photograph by Mark Burgess

Flowers the next morning, Oct. 23, at the National War Memorial.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

People bring flowers to the War Memorial the day after, Oct. 23.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

A woman bringing flowers is escorted by police to the National War Memorial on Oct. 23.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

People pay their respects at the National War Memorial on Oct. 23.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative MPs Mark Warawa and Scott Reid return to the Hill the day after the shootings.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Conservative MP James Bezan, parliamentary secretary to the minister of national defence, is interviewed the following day, Oct. 23.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

An RCMP officer stands guard on Parliament Hill on Oct. 23.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Police pictured outside the Chateau Laurier Hotel the following day, Oct. 23.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Justice Minister Peter MacKay, pictured in the Commons foyer on Oct. 23, taking questions from reporters.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Minister of State for Small Business Maxime Bernier, being scrummed on Oct. 23.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Parliamentary Press Gallery clerk Normand Gagnon, pictured on Oct. 23.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

House Sgt.-at-Arms Kevin Vickers, pictured on Oct. 23 in the Speaker's Parade. Mr. Vickers is being credited as the one whose bullets killed gunman Michael Zihaf-Bibeau who stormed the Centre Block with a hunting rifle.

The Hill Times photograph by Mark Burgess

NDP MP Paul Dewar, pictured, and many other MPs, visited the National War Memorial the following day, Oct. 23.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Just outside the Library of Parliament, where Michael Zihaf-Bibeau was finally shot and killed after a gunfight in Centre Block.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Broken glass inside the Centre Block after the gunfight.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

More broken glass in the Centre Block after the gunfight.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

Former Reform Party leader Preston Manning was on Parliament Hill on Oct. 23, the day after the shooting.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

The Wire Report reporter Peter Henderson, pictured on Oct. 23, doing an interview with CNN. He had been locking up his bike on Sparks Street on the morning of the shooting at the National War Memorial and was one of the first reporters on the scene.

The Hill Times photograph by Chris Plecash

An Ottawa Police officer gives the thumb's up standing near the National War Memorial, the day after the shootings on Oct. 23.

MICHAEL DE ADDER'S TAKE