Stephen Willis

“Do not screw this up" became the mantra of the Hub350 RBCx Finance Quarter to emphasize the importance of keeping developers away from the Kanata Golf and Country Club.
In the latest edition of the OBJ newsmagazine, publisher Mike Curran shares his observations from Ottawa's city-building summit
The future of LeBreton Flats, major infrastructure projects such as a potential new interprovincial bridge and the revitalization of the ByWard Market are just some of the items on the ag
Ottawa is experiencing unprecedented growth and disruption.
One of the most fascinating aspects of working at OBJ is the ability to monitor all facets of the local economy and piece together various data points.
The pending arrival of light rail is fuelling a wave of new development applications and changing the way builders view future projects, speakers told a business crowd Wednesday at the Shaw Centre.
The number of contested hearings at the Ontario Municipal Board involving the City of Ottawa has dropped significantly since 2015.
The city’s new head of planning and economic development knows that a one-size-fits-all approach to planning and infrastructure makes no sense.
With a task force working on a bid to bring Amazon’s second headquarters to the capital, Ottawa’s top planning guru said Tuesday it’s time for the city to step up its game when it comes to going af
I met with Steve Willis in his office at City Hall after everyone else’s workday seemed to be over except his.