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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

City making it easy to use the green bin

The City needs to make it simple and easy for residents to keep organic material out of costly landfills. That is what Council was aiming to do with the recent … 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

BELFAST YARD MAINTENANCE, STORAGE AND ADMINISTRATION FACILITY EXPANSION

On Thursday, March 30, I held a Belfast Yard Expansion Public Meeting open to residents of Avenues O and P. The meeting was organized following the release of the Stage … Read more

Camp FFIT returns with firefighter training camp for young women

Ottawa – Ottawa Fire Services, in partnership with Fire Service Women Ontario, is pleased to announce an application call for Camp FFIT (Female Firefighters in Training) 2018. Young women between … Read more

NEW RULES: Door-to-Door sales & home service contracts

As of March 1, 2018, certain products and services can no longer be offered or sold at your home unless you initiate the transaction (for example, by calling or emailing a business … Read more

Seasonal load restrictions to go into effect for heavy vehicles

Ottawa – Beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, March 5, seasonal load restrictions are in effect. Commercial vehicles or trailers with a gross vehicle weight in excess of five tonnes … Read more

Time capsule to be installed at City Hall on Heritage Day

Ottawa – The Time Capsule Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Canada will be entombed in the walls of City Hall by Mayor Watson and Members of Council following this year’s … Read more

AFFORDABLE RENTAL HOUSING CELEBRATED IN OTTAWA

More families, seniors, chronically homeless men and women, and people living with disabilities will now have a place to call home in Ottawa. The federal, provincial and municipal governments are … 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

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