Jim Watson

Mayor wants to build on momentum generated as part of Canada 150 celebrations.
When transit levies and garbage fees are included, the average urban homeowner will pay the city $3,724 next year, an increase of $76 over 2017.
The 100-plus page document highlights the strengths of both cities’ talent pool, their tech sector and post-secondary institutions and also includes prospective sites as suggestions for where the…
Watson says the bid is worth it: Pitching to Amazon gives them a chance to highlight some of the strengths that may attract investment from the online retailing giant down the road.
Ottawa won’t be following in Toronto’s footsteps to regulate room-sharing services like Airbnb, at least not for now.
Canada's capital will do everything it can to prevent an attack when it hosts the country's 150th birthday next month but no amount of preparation can guarantee 100 per cent safety, Ottaw
The province’s funding will go towards the CENGN Cloud Expansion Project, an endeavour to connect 18 innovation centres across Ontario.
Ottawa in 2017 is an adventure. As we celebrate the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the capital is abuzz with activity, enthusiasm and visitors!
Almost exactly one year ago, we published an article asking the question, “Can Ottawa be an autonomous vehicle hub?” Today, with Ford’s announcement that it would be investing $337.9 million to build…
Jim Watson says he wants to lead Ottawa for four more years, announcing Thursday he plans to run for mayor in 2018 and unofficially kicking off the municipal election campaign.