The Province of Ontario has announced the provincial mask requirement on public transit will end on Saturday, June 11, masks will no longer be mandatory on OC Transpo…
The Ottawa Motorcycle Ride for Dad in support of the Prostate Cancer Fight Foundation is asking for community support and participation as it gears up for its annual ride in June.
The City of Ottawa and the CRT Developments (Claridge, Richcraft and Tamarack) reached an agreement to purchase five hectares of Shea Woods.
On April 27 via Zoom, Stittsville residents will have the opportunity to view and provide feedback on the Stittsville Main Street Public Realm Plan .
This week, Councillor Gower has a reminder that garbage collection takes place one day later than is usual.
The City of Ottawa is working to make the roads safer for motorists and cyclists, but it’s important to remember to share the road and follow traffic rules to keep everyone safe.
With spring’s arrival, this week Councillor Gower informs residents on the traffic safety measures being implemented in the community from flex stakes to radar signs and much more.
This week, Councillor Gower is passing along information and updates on the newly installed speed camera on Abbott Street.
The City of Ottawa is inviting residents to have their say on the Transportation Master Plan, as well as the way the City manages garbage, recycling, and food waste.
Councillor Gower is encouraging residents to make a humanitarian relief donation to the Red Cross for the people of Ukraine.
The City of Ottawa reminds residents of the following schedule changes for Family Day on Monday, February 21. Due to the situation in Ottawa, there may be additional impacts on City…
If you work in the downtown core, please plan to work from home if possible. Please adjust your plans in the downtown core.
The truckers’ convoy using Ottawa roadways have begun to arrive today and their effect will be felt throughout the weekend.
Nice to see Councillor Gower getting out, finally, for his cross-crountry ski, but he was also working – writing this week’s updates in his column for us.
With a major snowstorm headed to the Ottawa area, the City of Ottawa is advising of service impacts – including waste and recycling collection.