City Hall

Ottawa city council came together Wednesday in an effort to uncover more information on the controversial procurement process to construct phase two of light-rail transit
Council unanimously approved a three per cent property tax hike in 2020 to cover the city’s $3.76-billion operating budget for next year, up $136.8 million over 2019
OC Transpo’s emergency rollout of buses that are idling at a city-owned ballpark in case the LRT breaks down is expected to cost taxpayers $95,000 a week
The Ontario Liberals have nominated Stephen Blais as their candidate for an upcoming byelection in the riding of Orléans
Mayor Jim Watson laid out the City of Ottawa’s proposed fiscal blueprint for the coming year at council Wednesday morning, with increases planned for transit and infrastructure funding
On-street parking rates in most of Ottawa will rise by 50 cents an hour if council gives the green light to staff recommendations endorsed Wednesday by the city’s transportation committee
New payday loan establishments would have to be a minimum of one kilometre apart under guidelines approved Thursday by the city’s planning committee
The city’s finance and economic development committee gave the thumbs-up Tuesday to a proposed three per cent property tax increase in 2020
An Ottawa councillor is calling for the city’s planning committee to be split into two bodies that deal with urban and suburban planning issues separately
Property owners in flood-affected areas will be given a six-month grace period on property taxes, city council ruled Wednesday.