Across the Ottawa Spaces: June 2013 June 22, 2013 | By Dwight Williams Another selection of weblog entries covering infrastructure and history across the city: Eric Darwin comes across a German innovation in empty-can disposal, and finds that people closer to home are already making use of it! Vanier Now raises the idea of a “demolition party” given recent developments on Beechwood Avenue. Urbsite tells a tale of fire halls and churches and how one of the former group became one of the latter here in Ottawa (among other things). Mid-Century Modern Ottawa profiles the designs of houses built in South Brookfield Gardens. Images of Centretown tells tales of chasing the Google Street View car. Ottawa Past and Present shows us the passage of time in the ByWard Market and the northeast corner of Dalhousie and George Streets.