City Hall

New payday loan establishments would have to be a minimum of one kilometre apart under guidelines approved Thursday by the city’s planning committee
The city’s finance and economic development committee gave the thumbs-up Tuesday to a proposed three per cent property tax increase in 2020
An Ottawa councillor is calling for the city’s planning committee to be split into two bodies that deal with urban and suburban planning issues separately
Property owners in flood-affected areas will be given a six-month grace period on property taxes, city council ruled Wednesday.
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson has declared a state of emergency over flooding along the Ottawa River and other waterways.
The senior city official in charge of planning the extension to Ottawa’s light-rail transit system will step down at the end of this week, according to a memo sent to city councillors.
Rawlson King emerged as the winner from a crowded field of candidates Monday night to replace Tobi Nussbaum as Rideau-Rockcliffe Ward councillor.
The City of Ottawa’s treasurer fell victim to an increasingly prevalent form of cyber attack last year, costing Ottawa more than $100,000 to a U.S.
The City of Ottawa has closed the first of two deals to extend the forthcoming light-rail transit line even as councillors continue to express concerns about the decision-making process f
City Council will consider a motion at its next meeting to have the auditor general look into the procurement process surrounding the $4.7 billion in contracts for the second phase of Ott