City of Ottawa

The population of the nation’s capital has hit one million people, a feat the city said puts it 'in a different league of big North American cities'
Beginning Monday morning, Ottawa Police Services, city by-law officers and transportation officials will take to the streets to implement additional traffic control measures
Ottawa’s planning committee laid out a new set of charges for developers on Thursday, though recent announcements from the Ontario government are expected to uproot the new framework soon
An opera singer, a photographer, a marketing agency and a well-respected arts leader were among the individuals honoured at the Ottawa Arts Council’s awards ceremony — the one night a yea
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.
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
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
After failed attempts to develop LeBreton Flats, the National Capital Commission recently announced it was
Apps that do things such as alerting drivers when a parking spot opens up nearby make life easier for urban dwellers, proponents say ​– but some critics wonder what will happen to individ