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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.
Parliament Hill's renovations, Airbnb and boosting public safety in the Byward Market were all talking points as Ottawa's mayoral candidates squared off with three weeks left in the campaign
The city said it’s looking at how to “convert bus rapid transit to light-rail transit” in the south-end community
Other promises include increased funding for the Ottawa Film Office, better rural cycling routes.
This is the second time the light rail transit system will be delayed.