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
City councillors approved a staff recommendation Thursday to allow pot storefronts in Ottawa, despite a number of complaints about the lack of local zoning powers in the province’s privat
New development would feature retail, office or restaurant space on the lower floors and either about 60 residential units on the top five floors or a hotel.
Issues raised over restaurants that nominally serve food, even though true purpose is to act as a lounge or nightclub in evening.
Fleury says delay in legal framework frustrating
Garbage, parking and cladding – oh, my. By Emma Jackson.