Metro News

If you think Elgin Street just ain’t what it used to be, you’re not imagining things.
If you think you spend a disproportionate amount of time fuming about bumper-to-bumper traffic in Ottawa, it’s not just your imagination. By Adam Kveton
More stores and restaurants, more cycling infrastructure and more patios — all are part of a vision for the future of Armstrong Street.
Remember the last time you had to slam on the breaks at a succession of frustratingly ill-timed red lights? By Adam Kveton
Ottawa’s cat café entrepreneur has her paws on a location. By Adam Kveton
La Société de transport de l'Outaouais (STO) is offering riders discounts and will not provide service to Winterlude this coming weekend, all because of an ongoing labour dispute.
The second phase for Ottawa’s light rail transit has cleared another hurdle, with the NCC approving of the city’s construction plans on its lands in the west.
You won’t find overbearing heat and sand in Ottawa’s food deserts, but fresh, healthy food options are definitely scarce, especially if you’re traveling on foot. By Adam Kveton
Some business owners are pushing back against a proposal to significantly redesign Elgin Street by lowering the speed limit and removing parking, among other measures.
Despite a raid on Chinatown’s CannaBotanix Dispensary at 646 Somerset St. Friday that left two people arrested, the shop was back to normal operations Monday.