Archive for July, 2017

First mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus

Ottawa – Ottawa Public Health (OPH) is reminding residents to continue to protect themselves from mosquito bites when going outdoors. Mosquito trapping and testing—components of OPH’s West Nile virus (WNV) program—have … Read more

Proposed Change to the 3-hour Parking Rule (Unsigned Roadways)

The City of Ottawa’s Traffic Services is reviewing the general unsigned on-street parking regulation that permits parking for a maximum of 3 consecutive hours, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. within … Read more

La Machine creatures and crowds will take over downtown streets

  Ottawa – La Machine, an Ottawa 2017 Signature Event, will occur in downtown Ottawa, the ByWard Market and Downtown Rideau, from July 27 to 30. This event will bring … Read more

Mayor Watson opens nominations for Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards

Ottawa – Mayor Jim Watson was welcomed by the Ambassador of Mexico, His Excellency Dionisio Pérez Jácome Friscione, to launch the 2017 Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards. The announcement was made at … Read more

The O-Train Confederation Line: How will I get to it?

Connecting to the O-Train Confederation Line in 2018 will be easy. With more than 100 different bus routes connecting directly to one or more of the new 13 light rail … Read more

OC Transpo is the best way to get to RBC Royal Bank Bluesfest

Ottawa – OC Transpo is the best travel option for residents and visitors heading to Bluesfest this year, with frequent, direct service to LeBreton Flats from July 6 to 16. … Read more