OC Transpo route two has been running for decades and, over the generations, ingrained itself into the nostalgia of old Ottawa and the memories of its regular riders.
Featuring artifacts, photographs and documents from the collections of both institutions, Moments From 150 Years Ago is the inaugural exhibition in the new Treasures From Library and Archives Canada gallery at the Canadian Museum of History.
The Canadian Tulip Festival has announced a special edition of the...
Ottawa’s Original • Ottawa’s Best FREE ADMISSION May 4th, Thursday:...
Offering access to the paper’s website was a “no-brainer” said Ann Archer, manager of content services for the Ottawa Public Library.
When a beaver wanders onto the highway, who responds?
In a memo, OC Transpo general manager John Manconi said more capacity will be added to some bus routes, particularly connexion buses in west end communities such as Barrhaven, Kanata and Stittsville.
A comprehensive guide to Ottawa’s LRT in 2018.
Crews will be working on a one block stretch of Lyon Street from Albert Street to Queen Street over the next two weekends to remove the steel plates and repave the road surface.
Great if you love being outdoors, have a passion for nature — or are a high schooler in need of their mandated 40 community service hours. (Or all three!)
Things moved slowly on Parliament Hill Thursday — and not...
Encount3rs premieres on Thursday at the NAC with three one-act ballets, along with an original musical score for each, created by six Canadian choreographers and composers.
Here’s what’s open and closed on Easter Weekend in Ottawa.
Hint: About the same as Mark Borowiecki’s salary.
Jane’s Walks are aimed at improving urban literacy by offering insights into local history, planning, design, and civic engagement through the simple act of walking and observing.
The letters come in the mail post marked from Calgary and begin with “I know where you live…”
This ban will remain in place until conditions improve and the green grass starts to show through dead tall grass.
Canadian parliament voted in October 2014 to give her an honorary citizenship, but the Ottawa shooting cut short her plans to accept it.
“Our community partners have requested this and I’m pleased to see it being implemented,” said Chief Charles Bordeleau.
“The evidence that supports the effectiveness of seat belt use remains irrefutable,” said OPP deputy commissioner Brad Blair.