Shawn Menard

Lansdowne Park is revamping part of its pedestrian mall to host major events and concerts as part of a wider campaign to attract more year-round visitors to the area
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
Planning committee gave the all-clear Thursday to a nine-storey building on Oblats Avenue despite opposition from community members who felt misled by an increase in height at the eleventh hour
A proposal for a nine-storey apartment complex in front of a former monastery in Old Ottawa East has been put on hold while the developer seeks an official plan amendment.
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
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
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
In his third straight term as mayor of Ottawa, Jim Watson will work with a crop of fresh faces after voters in seven wards picked new councillors in the 2018 municipal election.