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Protak Consulting, Acklands-Grainger, S.M.I. and Calian are among the local firms awarded federal contracts, standing offers and supply arrangements between Jan. 2 and 8.
Climate change seems to be giving skaters less time on the Rideau Canal, at least in the past two years, but the cost of maintaining Ottawa’s signature tourist attraction isn’t shrinking.
The slow-moving plan to redevelop the office complex at Tunney’s Pasture inched forward late last month after the federal government contracted a firm to prepare a “phasing strategy” to guide the p
The owners of Ottawa’s iconic Château Laurier are pushing ahead with their controversial expansion plans and recently filed a site plan application with the city that contains new details about the
A National Capital Commission official says taking a more “business-based approach” to commercial leasing has helped the Crown corporation reduce its vacancy rates.
Construction of the city’s light-rail line has crossed a major milestone after crews connected both ends of the 2.5-kilometre tunnel beneath downtown Ottawa, Mayor Jim Watson said Thursday morning.
A Quebec First Nation has filed a lawsuit seeking aboriginal title over much of downtown Ottawa, including Parliament Hill.
The Ottawa Hospital and local politicians say they’ve reached a compromise on the location of a new Civic Campus.
The Ottawa Hospital says its board has unanimously rejected a recommendation to construct a new Civic campus at Tunney’s Pasture.
The future site of the Ottawa Hospital’s Civic Campus became a little clearer today as the NCC officially recommended a parcel of land on Tunney’s Pasture for the development.