Recreation

RECRUITMENT – CITY OF OTTAWA’S COMMITTEES AND BOARDS

Make a difference in your community by becoming a citizen member on one of the following committees, conservation authorities, boards, sub-committee or commission. The City could greatly benefit from your … Read more

Plan now to register for fall and winter recreation programs

Ottawa – The Recreation eGuide and Mon Cyberguide francophone des loisirs for fall and winter programs are now available online at ottawa.ca. Choose from a wide variety of activities for … Read more

Committee Update: Ottawa continues to show strong economic performance

Ottawa  ̶  In the 2017 Annual Development Report, which was presented to the City’s Planning Committee today, City staff reported that Ottawa continues to have a strong economy with a … Read more

More than 80,000 expected to enjoy Doors Open Ottawa

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 2018 … Read more

WANTED: Pathway Patrol Volunteers

Ottawa’s pathways have amazing scenery to discover and are a great way to get in and around our city. The City’s Pathway Patrol program has been around since 1997 and … Read more

City recognized with Ontario Age-Friendly Community Recognition Award

Ottawa – The Government of Ontario has presented the City of Ottawa with an Ontario Age-Friendly Community Recognition Award for its development and implementation of the Older Adult Plan. This … Read more

Jim Tubman Chevrolet SENS Rink Easter Weekend Schedule

*denotes no stick time Friday March 30 Closed until 3pm 3 pm to 6 pm – Public Skating* 6 pm to 8 pm – Shinny Hockey 8 pm to 10 … Read more

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

Get the most out of Winterlude activities

Ottawa – Winterlude runs every weekend from February 2 to 19 with many activities happening at City facilities: City Hall, Lansdowne Park and Shenkman Arts Centre. Marion Dewar Plaza at … 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

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