If you had 1,700 hours of free time, would you spend it knocking on nearly 2,000 doors to get signatures for a petition to lower your neighbourhood’s speed limit by 10 km/h?
The City of Ottawa is preparing to start the two-phase procurement process for the professional design services for the new Ottawa Central Library.
"From the world’s greatest jazz improvisers, jazz piano trios, to big band extravaganzas and a remarkable assemblage of the finest female vocalists in the world today, this year’s 37th edition of the TD Ottawa Jazz Festival has it all!"
Franco Vigile believed marijuana dispensaries fell under a legal grey area and expanded his dispensary business over the past few months.
The City of Ottawa is encouraging residents within a Drinking Water Protection Zone to make small changes that will help protect local waterways and underground aquifers.
OPP say 11 people have died so far this year across Ontario in OPP-investigated collisions that involved inattentive drivers.
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In an era of dwindling news resources, this outlandish story says a lot about what's driving media these days.
Noah Gaudet, 8, has been found safe.
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Here are some numbers to keep handy if you’re heading out to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Ottawa tonight.
The information will be aggregated and used by the City of Ottawa to better understand the state of Internet service across the municipality.
The leak near Lansdowne, Ont., resulted in an evacuation of the area.
Good shot by Erin Nicks of Pretty Pots in Stittsville.
The city says the cameras improve safety for all road users, but admitted there is a tradeoff.
Sunday April 30th, 2:00pm matinee Shenkman Arts Centre 245 Centrum...
What was surprising to me was simply how close and engaged the community was.
“In 1966 the last train pulled out of Union Station...
Rideau Hall, the official residence and workplace of the governor general, will be the first place the public will have a chance to view the Stanley Cup in the National Capital Region.