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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

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

Report sick and injured animals to the City of Ottawa

Ottawa – Starting Friday, January 5, the City will handle calls about sick and injured animals and will take on responsibility for transporting them. If you see an injured domestic … Read more

Give feedback on the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund

Ottawa – Tell the City how you think it should allocate more than $450,000 in the Vehicle-for-Hire Accessibility Fund. Public consultations will take place at City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue … Read more

STEP to focus on following too close and stop sign violations in January

Ottawa – The Gatineau Police Service and Ottawa Police Service’s Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) will focus on following too close and stop sign violations during the month of January. … 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

The O-Train Confederation Line: Where will I buy my fare?

Buying your fare and loading or purchasing a Presto card at O-Train Confederation Line stations will be simple – you can do it all at one of the easy-to-use ticket … Read more

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