On November 22, after more than 25 hours of debate and deliberation at Committee and Council, the majority of Council (16-7) voted in favour of amending the City’s Official Plan and Zoning Bylaw to allow a shelter component as part of the Salvation Army’s application for a 350 bed residential care facility to be located […]
Come celebrate the official launch of the new Community Kitchen located at the Albion-Heatherington Recreation Centre.
As many of you know, last month I launched a ward-wide Essay Contest for high school students in Gloucester-Southgate ward. The essay contest is a great opportunity for our youth to earn a cash prize for innovative and original essays. This year’s topic is “Local Government Matters.” To increase participation, I have recently decided to […]
Children and youth 16 years of age and under are invited to submit their name suggestions for all 40 of Ottawa’s train cars – the 34 Alstom Citadis Spirit electric train cars that will operate along the O-Train Confederation Line and the six Alstom Coradia LINT diesel train cars that operate along the O-Train […]
OC Transpo will soon begin customer testing of fare gates and ticket machines at four stations on the O-Train Trillium Line. Testing will begin on the following dates: Wednesday, November 1 – Carling Station Friday, November 3 – Carleton Station Monday, November 6 – Confederation Station Wednesday, November 8 – Greenboro Station – Bus and […]
The City of Ottawa reminds residents of the following schedule changes for Remembrance Day, Saturday, November 11. The flags at all City of Ottawa facilities will be lowered to half-mast from sunrise to sunset to honour the memory of all Canadians who have served their country in time of war. In recognition of the significance […]