The bus contained dozens of people, who all got off safely.
On Sunday, February 12th, 3pm, invited musicians of The Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, will join the internationally acclaimed Beijing Symphony Orchestra for a musical celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary.
4.4 km of the skateway opened Saturday.
From a silver-plating factory in Trenton, to a 28-year career in the RCMP, to 24 years in community journalism, 74-year-old John Brummell retired from the Stittsville News on Friday.
Now in its 6th season, the all-Canadian music series NAC...
Toboggans, sledding, tubing, sliding … whatever you want to call...
Our city is a great place to skate!
In January, OPL will explore STORYTELLING through song, and what better way to do that than with a kick-off concert featuring Canadian musician and author Alan Doyle, along with his band the Beautiful Gypsies!
Ottawa is offering a unique short-term Urban Camping experience in select City parking lots and green spaces for tents and RVs as a family-friendly option for accommodations.
As part of the bid process, the City wants to showcase the strong community support and enthusiasm for hosting the event.
Although it has been groomed for several weeks now, the...
Due to weather conditions, a winter overnight parking ban is in effect tonight between 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. across Ottawa.
Ottawa Fury FC to feature in Eastern Conference with 32-game season beginning March 24
Conservative Party leadership candidate Kellie Leitch’s pledge to “drain the canal” has caught the ire of some on social media.
(Via City of Ottawa) Lane reductions will be in place...
OC Transpo fares increased in the new year, along with some route changes and an overhaul to the express bus system.
Remy Scalza spent 36 hours in Ottawa and wrote about the experience for the New York Times.
At the information sessions, residents will learn about their Community Police Officers, how to access policing services, where to direct concerns about safety in their neighbourhood, and more.
A list of safe thicknesses before going onto the ice.
If you’re ready to make a commitment to a gym or fitness club, remember you have consumer rights that protect you under Ontario’s Consumer Protection Act.
Ottawa Public Health is hoping that Minecraft will lay the building blocks to getting kids engaged in their community and its health.
Snow (or ice) coming? Here’s a list of links...