The City of Ottawa is putting more than 4,000 part-time workers on unpaid leave as the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the closure of many municipal facilities and programs.
The City of Ottawa is taking a significant step in escalating its response to repeated service failures on the Confederation Line
Documents released Monday stated that TransitNEXT’s bid was the only submission that met the city’s affordability threshold for the Trillium Line extension
Ottawa city hall's top bureaucrat has told elected officials that he's ready to take the blame if councillors want someone's head to roll over ongoing troubles with the city's light-rail system
The ByWard Market BIA’s safety and security committee endorsed the pilot project at its latest meeting on Tuesday afternoon
The City of Ottawa’s treasurer fell victim to an increasingly prevalent form of cyber attack last year, costing Ottawa more than $100,000 to a U.S.
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
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’
A week after confirming that Ottawa’s new light-rail line has fallen behind schedule, the city h
Flood updates dominated city council on Wednesday as officials transition from delivering sandbags to removing debris.