City of Ottawa staff recommend that patios at all restaurants and bars in the capital close at 2 a.m.
Right now, some patios have to close at 11 p.m. while others can close up to three hours later.
The city’s transportation committee will vote on the new patio rules next week.
More to come…
Last call on patios at bars and restaurants in the ByWard Market will now be 1 a.m., starting this weekend.
Here Are All The Free PlayStation Plus Games For March 2021 On PS4, PS5 And PSVR – Forbes
Next month’s PlayStation Plus games are rock solid offerings from Sony. Every single one of the games the PS5 manufacturer is giving away to its PS Plus subscribers is great.
Well, I can’t speak to the new PS5 game yet, as I haven’t played it—as it hasn’t released yet—but the rest are all top-notch freebies that everyone in their right mind will happily download (assuming you haven’t already)
Here’s what to expect when these go live next week.
- Final Fantasy VII: Remake
- Remnant: From the Ashes
First off, I included Maquette in my predictions post so I’m going to count that as a win. I probably should have included Final Fantasy VII Remake in that post as well, but hindsight is 20/20 as they say.
It’s nice to see Sony giving away a VR game—Farpoint, a cool sci-fi VR shooter—especially with the news of a brand new next-gen virtual reality headset coming to PS5.
Remnant: From the Ashes is a very fun online co-op action game that took the gaming world by storm when it released and has been somewhat quiet ever since. Maybe this will give it a resurgence.
Alas, the Final Fantasy VII Remake you get with PS Plus is not eligible for the free PS5 upgrade coming this June. We saw that announcement during yesterday’s somewhat lackluster State of Play with some handy side-by-side footage of the graphical improvements in the PS5 version. C’est la vie.
Finally, the PS5 exclusive car-combat game Destruction Allstars remains free throughout March so you still have plenty of time to download and play that one. You have a few days left to download the other February freebies as well, but the window is closing fast.
Luxurious residences are setting a new standard of living in Langley – The Record (New Westminster)
Once in a while, a new building is raised that forever changes the landscape of a city—setting a new bar for quality, luxury and striking architecture.
Welcome to JMC Properties’ Legacy on Park Avenue, a six-storey boutique CLT building in Langley unlike anything the city has ever experienced before. Designed with multiple award-winning Keystone Architecture, the structure is arguably going to become an iconic landmark.
Retirees Pam and Brian Doyle hadn’t expected to downsize for another three years—that is until they saw Legacy on Park Avenue.
“We were driving in downtown Langley and saw the building,” says Brian. “First off, we were incredibly impressed with the unique design of it. Then, when we saw the high-end quality finishes and the construction elements they put into it, such as extra sound proofing, expansive unique shaped decks and drains in the bathroom floors, that sealed the deal for us.”
The long-time Langley residents sold their 4,000 square foot rancher and purchased a three-bedroom and den home on the sixth floor with sweeping views of Mount Baker.
“When you find something of such high caliber like Legacy in a prime location, we knew we couldn’t pass this up,” says Pam. “We both believe Legacy on Park Avenue will forever transform the flavour of the downtown core and we couldn’t be more excited to be part of it.”
Legacy on Park Avenue is a sophisticated collection of 69 contemporary two- and three-bedroom plus den condominiums, ranging from 1,179 to 1,681 square feet of timeless beauty.
“This is totally different than anything in the Lower Mainland,” says Ben Gauer, marketing and sales manager, Legacy on Park Avenue. “This is a passion project for the builder Erich Jaeger, a man with nearly 50 years of construction excellence. He wants this to be a lasting legacy for the city.”
What you don’t see is what counts. So says Jaeger, who is rooted in the European standards of construction he was raised on in Germany.
“Purchasers are not aware that this is a once in a lifetime building,” says Jaeger. “The idea was to build something different. No cost has been spared; everything is way above and beyond what is required by the building code. In 100 or 200 years from now, I want people to say this is a stunning building. Legacy on Park Avenue will still be standing, solid and look like it was built yesterday.”
And indeed, Legacy on Park Avenue is set to do just that. With its eye-catching curved architecture and soaring balconies, it will be the first residential CLT (Cross Laminated Timber) cutting edge sustainable building in the Fraser Valley and the first of its kind in Canada to utilize CLT in the firewall.
It doesn’t stop there. This eco-friendly building features a private heating and cooling system in each residence, floor-to-ceiling energy efficient insulated UV rated German engineered sound-rated windows, which results in significantly reduced heating/cooling costs, and more.
As soon as you enter through a double height glass lobby showcased by a dramatic fireplace, a designer green wall art installation with preserved green plants and concierge services, you instantly know you are in for timeless elegance and refinement throughout.
Legacy on Park Avenue is showcased by sprawling ceilings, wide-plank engineered white oak hardwood floors and spacious outdoor decks and patios to enjoy sweeping cityscape and mountain views. Chef-inspired kitchens feature Fisher & Paykel appliances, Caesarstone countertops and full-height solid backsplash, spacious islands, and Brizo Matte Black and Luxe Gold Faucet with sprayer.
Homeowners will also have access to unparalleled private amenities; sitting rooms on each floor, a Grand Lounge with striking seating areas, work stations, and an entertainment area featuring a television, fireplace, kitchen and deluxe washrooms. A folding acoustic wall can accommodate two simultaneous events. Meet neighbours on the beautifully landscaped outdoor terrace, or head to the fully equipped fitness gym with washroom/change room for a great workout.
Getting in and out of Langley has never been easier. Legacy on Park Avenue is within walking distance to a planned SkyTrain station, and close to Highway 1, which is ideal for conventional commuting. It is also in close proximity to Timms Community Centre, steps from Douglas Park and miles of walking trails through the Nicomekl parklands, as well as schools and the historic Fort Langley.
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl launch in late 2021 – MobileSyrup
During The Pokémon Company’s recent presentation, Pokémon Diamond and Pearl remakes called Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl were revealed.
The remakes go back to the original Diamond and Pearl games that featured fourth-generation Pokémon. This duo of Pokémon titles was initially launched on the Nintendo DS back in 2007 (in North America, 2006 in Japan)
ILCA inc and Game Freak’s Switch remake features cutesy, disproportionate, chibi-like stylized visuals, unlike more recent series entries.
Like the original games, you start with either Chimchar, Turtwig or Piplup, then catch and battle other Pocket Monsters and trainers throughout the Sinnoh region. You’ll need to defeat all eight gym leaders and beat the Pokémon League to become the Champion.
Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl are launching in late 2021 for the Nintendo Switch. During the stream The Pokémon Company also revealed Pokémon Legends Arceus, a new open-world take on the series that seems to be inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Here Are All The Free PlayStation Plus Games For March 2021 On PS4, PS5 And PSVR – Forbes
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