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City council has approved a property tax increase of up to three per cent for the 2019 budget, providing nearly $10 million for local needs such as infrastructure improvements
The report projects Ottawa consumers will spend anywhere from $50 million and $200 million on legal weed in 2019
Kitchissppi Coun. Jeff Leiper explains why, after two years of handling dispensaries in Kitchissippi, he's unlikely to support opting Ottawa out of private cannabis retail
One week after her successful entry into municipal politics, new Kanata North councillor Jenna Sudds says she’s not forgetting her tech park roots
The city's looking for feedback on an all-or-nothing choice that puts decisions about local pot shop locations solely in the hands of the province
Chris Swail, the director of O-Train planning, says the new council won’t be able to tackle the LRT contract until early 2019
Watson made a few key promises on the campaign trail this year, including capping tax increases at three per cent and making affordable housing along the light-rail transit line a priority
Watson wins third term; seven new councillors voted in, upsetting three incumbents
Watson says that it's his personal Twitter account and he has the right to decide who can see his tweets or comment on them.
Holding tax increases to between 2% and 3% would allow the city to spend an additional $80 million on roads and infrastructure over the next four years, incumbent mayor says.