Mona Fortier

Federal public service unions say the government's plan to get employees back to the office is confusing, disjointed and jeopardizing health and safety.
How fitting that "Wabano" means "new beginnings" in Ojibwe during a time when the public is venturing back out into the world, knowing the pandemic is waning and life is returning to normal.
Ottawa businesses plan to take advantage of the government support available to help them cover costs incurred during the weeks-long trucker convoy protest last month.
The grand salon inside the Embassy of France was packed with people Wednesday night as guests said their goodbyes to outgoing Ambassador Kareen Rispal.
Women from all walks of life headed to Ottawa City Hall on Tuesday morning to celebrate International Women’s Day and to participate in a special ceremony that saw a former governor general at the…
Treasury Board president Mona Fortier gave the green light Monday for federal departments and agencies to begin bringing public servants back to the office.
During an address at the Mayor's Breakfast on Friday, Mona Fortier said the federal government will be looking for private-sector partners to help it digitize services for a hybrid work world.
Public affairs consultant Chris Day examines the potential impact on Ottawa's tourism sector, local public servants and the third phase of LRT from the newly unveiled federal cabinet
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled Wednesday a larger cabinet with local ministers taking a bigger role on infrastructure and finances in the Liberals’ minority government
Upstart Conservative and New Democrat candidates gave their heavily favoured Liberal rivals a bit of a scare Monday in a