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Developer says cumbersome approval process, not company, is to blame.
Steve Willis, the new city planning boss says playing to neighbourhoods’ individual strengths is a key to growing Ottawa’s economy
While Ottawa’s central downtown population grew at the fastest rate last year, data from the city’s annual development report show neighbourhoods just outside of the greenbelt are gaining ground.
Transit advocates told an equity summit at City Hall that as the LRT system opens up, the city has to pay attention to the development around the new stations.
Pending council approval, the Nepean arts facility will become known as Meridian Theatres at Centrepoint.
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…
OBJ columnist Bruce Firestone recently sat down with the man he believes will have a bigger impact on the city’s future growth than anyone else: Ottawa’s new GM of planning and economic development…
Controlling how close payday lenders can be to one another is the likely avenue that the city can take to limit their proliferation
Hard Rock is poised to take over operations of the Rideau Carleton Raceway later this month.
Much of the forecast deficit is related to the extreme weather conditions that have plagued Ottawa this year