Ottawa city council has approved two multibillion-dollar bids to develop the second phase of its light-rail transit network following a vigorous debate on the tight timeline to go ahead w
The consortium building the first phase of Ottawa’s light-rail transit system will miss its third handover deadline, with the system now expected to be delivered in the second quarter of
Rising demand for resources and workers helped push the price tag for Stage 2 of Ottawa’s light-rail project to a stunning $4.66 billion, city officials told a special council meeting on
A staff report imagining the shifts Ottawa’s economy might see in the coming century could help to guide upcoming creation of the city’s new Official Plan after receiving planning committ
The head of the consortium constructing Ottawa’s light-rail transit line said Tuesday he’s “confident” the system will be ready to be handed over to the city on March 31, but the city’s t
Ottawa is looking to close its infrastructure gap more quickly and provide more affordable housing in its 2019 draft budget tabled at Wednesday’s city council meeting.
The only thing certain about city planning is that there’s nothing certain about it. Not in absolute terms, anyway.
Several candidates officially put their names forward on Wednesday to replace outgoing Rideau-Rockcliffe Coun. Tobi Nussbaum on the same day city council announced a byelection for his se
Work on the $36.3-million Elgin Street revitalization begins Monday, shutting down vehicle traffic on sections of the popular main street for a year.
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.