Horticulture Building

Non-profit organization to open a brand new 42-unit supportive housing facility on Montreal Road this fall
Proceeds to help Ottawa's only second-stage shelter with much-needed upgrades to wireless networking technology and security camera systems
Proceeds go toward programs that enhance care and contribute to health and well-being of residents at long-term care home
Some 230 supporters of the Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre saddled up Thursday and headed to the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne for the fifth annual western-themed benefit to build
Everybody's got to eat, so why not eat really well, make it more fun by doing it together, and raise some funds for charity while you're at it?
The packing of holiday food hampers ran so smoothly on Thursday that even Santa’s workshop now seems — by comparison — slow, inefficient and destined for automation.
If the old saying is true, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know," then the place to be Thursday was at United Way Ottawa’s annual networking extravaganza, Schmoozefest.
It was cowboy hats’ off to Dave Smith, the legendary community builder behind the construction of a brand new residential treatment facility for youth.
A parade of adopted pets stole the show, along with everyone’s hearts, at the 2018 Ottawa Humane Society Garden Party held at the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne on Wednesday.
They say it’s rude to take pictures of people while they’re eating, but what choice does a paparazzi girl have at an epic foodie event like A Taste for Hope, where everyone is chowing down on delec