City of Ottawa

"Ottawa isn’t just a pretty face ... I started to wonder why we’re a community where “service” is so respected, even expected," writes Kimothy Walker,
Andrii Bukvych called on Ottawa’s business community for support surrounding the ongoing war in Ukraine.
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…
After almost 20 years as an urban planner with the City of Ottawa, most recently tasked with the job of overseeing its new official plan, Alain Miguelez has joined the National Capital Commission.
Ottawa's mayor has set a deadline of noon today for truckers encamped in the capital's core to move out of residential streets in a bid to pare down the size of the protest's footprint.
The province confirmed today that it will match the municipal property tax reduction put forward by Ottawa city council.
Ottawa's longtime mayor – who announced Friday he won't be running for re-election – praised as a "strong advocate" for local entrepreneurs.
Mayor announced Friday that he is moving on from the job he has held for nearly the last 12 years when his current term ends.
Increase would see the average urban homeowner’s tax bill jump $119 to $4,086, while the average commercial property owner’s tax bill would rise $242 to $8,312.
Proposal would see owners of residential properties that are vacant more than 184 days a year pay a one per cent tax tacked onto their annual property tax bill.