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 West, on Tuesday, January 30 and Friday, February 16. There will be three sessions each day: 9:30 am to noon 1:30 pm to 4 pm 5:30 pm […]
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 animal, such as a dog or cat, or small wild animal, such as a raccoon, squirrel, rabbit or skunk, please call 3-1-1. The City will assess the […]
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 […]