Metro News

Gatineau’s mayor says a light-rail transit line could connect both sides of the Ottawa River. By Dylan C. Robertson
The massive, van-swallowing sinkhole that opened up on Rideau Street earlier this year was not the city’s fault, according to an external investigation the city commissioned. 
An Ottawa cashmere company is selling scarves and wraps in this country that help to rebuild classrooms in Nepal. By Ryan Tumilty
Public Services and Procurement Canada say no decision has been made on how to clean up the future site of the Ottawa Civic Hospital or how to pay for those costs. By Ryan Tumilty
City staff are recommending a site just west of Bronson, at 557 Wellington Street, for a new iconic central library that will be a 
City councillors may have passed Ottawa’s 2017 budget unanimously on Wednesday, but it took three hours of discussion over policing strategies and transit passes to get there.
Next year’s 150th birthday celebrations will build a lasting legacy in the city and bring back visitors for years to come, Mayor Jim Watson says.
Employees of Gatineau’s public transportation service have voted in overwhelming favour of a strike mandate.
Local company Umber Realty is experimenting with new technology by giving buyers and sellers the option of virtual reality property tours.
First of 34 trains arrives in Ottawa There is still a lot of concrete to pour and track to lay down, but the first Confederation Line train will be on the rails within days.