City of Ottawa

Calling all Ottawa railfans: If you’re feeling nostalgic or have an extra few thousand dollars just lying around, you could be the owner of the city’s old O-Trains.
Complaints about parking violations once again topped the list of most common beefs.
City staff, developers offer different theories for decline
Announcement comes the same day Ottawa MP Catherine McKenna kicks off the federal government’s Smart Cities Challenge, a $75-million nationwide competition.
However, citywide data released Monday indicates a disconnect in Ottawa employers’ attitudes towards immigrants.
Hard Rock Casinos Ottawa has the green light for a 67 per cent increase in the number of gaming tables at the Rideau Carleton Raceway from 21 to 35.
When transit levies and garbage fees are included, the average urban homeowner will pay the city $3,724 next year, an increase of $76 over 2017.
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.
Controlling how close payday lenders can be to one another is the likely avenue that the city can take to limit their proliferation
City council has approved an extra $500,000 to fix potholes and resurface roads across Ottawa.