The budget will include a tax increase of about $72 for the average home.
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Highlights from Monday’s transit commission meeting.
The NCC had previously earmarked Tunney’s Pasture as the future location.
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It comes amid a grim financial picture at parent company Postmedia, which also publishes the Ottawa Citizen.
The suggestions include “Silas Bradley Park” in Stittsville and “David and Judy Makin Trail” in Dunrobin.
A pair of Blackburn Hamlet residents are fed up with what they call shoddy transit service and are circulating a petition to ask OC Transpo to make changes.
Ontario introduced changes Wednesday to three key pieces of municipal legislation that would, if passed, help local governments be more open, flexible and accountable to the people they serve.
We’re in overnight parking ban season and there are some changes to know about.
The Order of Ottawa recognizes exceptional residents who have made a significant contribution in a professional capacity in many areas of city life, including arts and culture, business, community service, education, public service, labour, communications and media, science, medicine, sports and entertainment, or other fields of endeavour that benefit the residents of Ottawa.
A recent study of the economic benefits of the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) shows that Ottawans receive $5.17 in benefits for every $1 invested in the library system.
Details on the budget and what’s inside – and how much more you’ll be paying.
The projected 2017 net operating budget for the OPS will be $285.9 million on a gross operating budget of $320.2 million with a police tax rate increase of 2%.
The mayor has sent four questions to all candidates to find out their positions on city issues.
The Summit will bring together local school boards, post-secondary institutions, government and private sector partners, NGOs, and students with the goal of increasing collaboration and creating employment opportunities for students, and ultimately, more start-ups and jobs in the city.
Atsu Dogdey says he only learned his property may be expropriated when OttawaStart.com contacted him for comment.
Up to 1,400 employees will be affected.
The city estimates the pass would benefit up to 8,800 people.