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It all began with the March for Life, an annual demonstration by those opposed to abortion, which started on Parliament Hill.
The flag appeared in the midst of the Ottawa March for Life, an annual anti-abortion demonstration.
The Confederation Line is supposed to be constructed by May 24, 2018, but that’s not when the trains will start carrying passengers, a memo to council said.
Ottawa 2017 Executive Director Guy Laflamme told OttawaStart.com the 92 parking spaces the village takes up have been compensated for elsewhere.
Hint: About the same as Mark Borowiecki’s salary.
The move, if approved by council, would establish a Municipal Services Corporation to provide dedicated management of the two markets.
The city’s water pipe ban is unconstitutional because Middle Eastern culture is intimately connected with smoking them, a court filing says.
The City of Ottawa is preparing to start the two-phase procurement process for the professional design services for the new Ottawa Central Library.
The information will be aggregated and used by the City of Ottawa to better understand the state of Internet service across the municipality.
The city says the cameras improve safety for all road users, but admitted there is a tradeoff.
Watson, 55, has served two consecutive terms after being elected in 2010 and again in 2014.
Did city councillor Stephen Blais go too far calling councillor Tobi Nussbaum’s refusal to vote on a contentious issue at city council “a chicken move”?
What used to be healthy discussion and dissent at Ottawa city hall has become outright angry and mean-spirited on more than a few occasions.
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The funding increases won’t begin until 2019 – one year after the next provincial election.
“His presence in the community with his trusty camera has become legendary, and his reporting and photographs have played a role in building community spirit and pride.”
Reports for all three proposed developments will go to City Council on Wednesday, February 8.
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.
“This is without question the best site for the National Capital’s new world-class central library,” said Tim Tierney, Chair of the Ottawa Public Library Board.