CCHC is Centretown's (and the Village's) spectacular community centre. Since 1969, they have been offering a wide variety of health and well-being services. Their team includes doctors, nurses, social workers, counsellors, dietitians, community…

Bruce House was formed in 1988 during the height of the AIDS crisis in Ottawa. A sub-committee of the AIDS Committee of Ottawa, the AIDS Housing Group, was desperately looking for funding and a home to offer housing and hospice care to predominately…

The Buzz Restaurant is a bistro-style eatery and bar in the heart of the Village. The main features or the space are the bar area itself with a striking wall shelf for liquor, and the banquettes that line the wall with extra high upholstered seating.…

Stonewall - Wilde's is a new merger of two longstanding gay-owned stores, a bookstore and a sex shop, with its own unique product line of local handmade arts and crafts and men's fashion and accessories. After Stonewall was a LGBT-specific bookstore…

Located just west of Bank Street, the Gilmour Inn offers Edwardian elegance to guests in seven beautifully appointed rooms since its opening in 2012. Owner Richard Brouse purchased the property after selling the building of the former Inn on…

T 's Pub is the newest LGBT-friendly space in the Ottawa/Gatineau region. Opening in spring 2017, it fills the void left by the sudden closure of Centretown Pub just steps away. It is one of only three LGBT or bias-free bars left in Ottawa. Located…