Catherine McKenney

A local builder has unveiled plans for a two-phased development in Little Italy that’s expected to include more than 500 housing units and bring a major supermarket to a neighbourhood
Trinity has struck a deal to pay into the city’s affordable housing fund, but there’s no guarantee any such units will end up in its 900 Albert St. development
Though a call to revoke council approval for the Château Laurier’s controversial addition was initially defeated, a move to reconsider the motion on Thursday will see the debate stretch into a second…
More than 1,000 homes could be put back on Ottawa’s housing market if the city cracked down on owners who have converted their properties into “ghost hotels” on Airbnb, a new report sugge
As the head of the region’s main hotel industry association, Steve Ball sees plenty of room for growth in a local hospitality industry that enjoyed its best year ever in 2017 and followed
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
Two exiles will return to Ottawa's Canadian Tire Centre on Saturday: star defenceman Erik Karlsson and former super-fan Shaila Anwar, who hasn't been to a game since the Senators traded h
As someone who likes to think of himself as a glass ​– make that cup ​– half-full kind of guy, Happy Goat Coffee co-owner Ahmet Oktar is trying to put a positive spin on the city’s plan t
A Taste for Life is the little fundraiser that could, climbing mountains of stigma and discrimination to reach 20 years of helping individuals and families in our community living with HI