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. fraudster, the city’s audit committee heard Monday
Councillors continue to rail against the procurement process for the second stage of Ottawa's LRT development
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
Light-rail line now scheduled to open in November.
The full impact of the floods so far in the City of Ottawa: 323 properties and 137 families displaced in West Carleton, 21 properties and 18 families affected in Cumberland and two properties in…
It was only his second day on the job, but Ottawa’s new city manager already had his eyes on next year’s budget.