City of Ottawa

Work on the southern extension is expected to begin in the coming weeks, with construction wrapping up by 2022
The City of Ottawa unveiled a loose plan for the future of Sparks Street Thursday, one that would see the pedestrian thoroughfare remain closed off to vehicles but gain a few leafy elemen
An urban affairs researcher makes the case for Sidewalk Labs and other smart city developers to turn their attention to LeBreton Flats
Municipal tech leaders in Ottawa say privacy should be top of mind in smart city initiatives
A local startup’s software is not only giving Ottawa firefighters valuable insights before arriving at a frenzied scene, but could also lay the foundations for a smarter and safer nation’s capital
New technology will soon make driving, parking and interacting with City Hall easier, municipal officials say
Wednesday is increasingly looking like a good day to work from home in Ottawa-Gatineau
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
Barrhaven Ward Coun. Jan Harder discusses the significance of the coming changes to Ottawa's Official Plan
The report projects Ottawa consumers will spend anywhere from $50 million and $200 million on legal weed in 2019