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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

The O-Train Confederation Line: Built for Safety

When the O-Train Confederation Line launches in 2018, customers will be riding a world-class, state-of-the-art light rail transit system that puts customer safety first. Confederation Line stations and trains have been designed to the … 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

The O-Train Confederation Line: How many will it carry?

Ottawa has the highest public transit ridership per capita of any City its size in North America. The O-Train Confederation Line will provide an efficient and effective public transit service … 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

Keep your Canada Day celebrations healthy and safe

Ottawa – Before you celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, and especially if you’re heading downtown, please review these tips to help keep your Canada Day weekend healthy and safe. Security From … Read more

Canada Day activities and schedule changes

Ottawa – The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following schedule changes for Canada Day, Saturday, July 1. Client services: Ottawa City Hall and all seven … Read more

Seeking Public Input on Street Violence in Ottawa

Street violence affects us all. On June 28, we will take the next steps in refreshing the Ottawa Gang Strategy by holding a public consultation forum. From 2013–16, the Gang … Read more

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