Catherine McKenney

More than 1,000 homes could be put back on Ottawa’s housing market if the city cracked down on owners who have converted their properties into “ghost hotels” on Airbnb, a new report suggests
Short-term rental platforms are worsening Ottawa’s housing crunch, critics charge as the city's hotel association head calls for new rules aimed at Airbnb and its competitors
Numerous councillors arguing to postpone the vote were rebuffed by city staff and fellow members of council on the high cost and delays associated with pushing the decision
Hockey stars come and gone, business deals falling through: Looking back at Eugene Melnyk's relationship with the city
Concerns about a lack of traffic during the year that Elgin Street will be closed to vehicles for reconstruction aren't enough to dampen the spirits of the popular food and retail hub's business…
The event, which got its start in Ottawa, has expanded to 22 other communities.
Officials behind plans to redevelop a former Natural Resources Canada complex are looking to bring the industrial charms of neighbourhoods such as Toronto's Distillery District and Vancouver's…
An Ottawa builder’s revamped plan to build three mixed-use towers at a coveted downtown development site could include a supermarket, a consultant who worked on the proposal says.
Elgin Street could see a reduction of on-street parking and a speed limit as low as 30 km/h as part of a multi-year, multimillion-dollar renewal plan.