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Living with Coyotes

Coyotes are common throughout North America, including in urban areas. You may see and hear them more during mating season (Dec-Feb) and when juveniles are dispersing from family groups (Sept-Nov). … Read more

Budget 2018 supports infrastructure, community services, transit, roads and protecting the environment

Ottawa  ̶  City Council today approved the budget for 2018, making this the fifth year in a row that kept the property-tax increase in Ottawa to two per cent or … Read more

Have You Say: City of Ottawa 2018 Budget Consultation

On Thursday, October 12th, I – along with three of my fellow council colleagues, held a pre-budget consultation meeting to allow our residents the chance to meet with some of … Read more

Back to School safety reminders for children and adults

(Ottawa)—This week and next, children will be returning to school and many will be bussing, walking and riding their bikes to their destinations. The Ottawa Police Service reminds motorists and … Read more

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

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

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

Canada 150 Maple Groves take root in our community as living legacy of sesquicentennial celebrations 

Nestled in the lush NCC greenspace at the intersection of Pleasant Park Road and Riverside Drive, by the Rideau River, 150 sugar, red, and silver maple trees are taking root and adding to … Read more

Doors Open Ottawa is bigger and better than ever

Ottawa – This weekend, Ottawa residents and visitors have their annual opportunity to explore a side of Ottawa that is rarely available to the public. It’s Doors Open Ottawa 2017 … Read more

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