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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
“I am happy to be wrong, but I am highly skeptical that they’re going to achieve March 31,” said transit boss John Manconi
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
Several candidates officially put their names forward on Wednesday to replace outgoing Rideau-Rockcliffe Ward councillor Tobi Nussbaum
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
The report projects Ottawa consumers will spend anywhere from $50 million and $200 million on legal weed in 2019
Kitchissppi Coun. Jeff Leiper explains why, after two years of handling dispensaries in Kitchissippi, he's unlikely to support opting Ottawa out of private cannabis retail
One week after her successful entry into municipal politics, new Kanata North councillor Jenna Sudds says she’s not forgetting her tech park roots