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The Ottawa International Airport Authority is making room for Uber drivers to pick up and drop off passengers there beginning Sept. 30, the same day the city’s regulations will officially make ride-sharing services legal.
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Culverts sit ready for installation in Constance Bay back in 2015, as part of a $1.6-million drainage improvement project.
Residents will get a sneak peak at the city's proposed new rate structure for water, wastewater and stormwater before the proposed revised...
Mayor Jim Watson, musician John Carroll, Rideau-Vanier Coun. Mathieu Fleury, Gloucester-Southgate Diane Deans and ByWard Market Business Improvement Area’s executive director Jasna Jennings announced its October programming, Octoberfest, on Sept. 26.
There will be an abundance of sausages, wiener dogs and a few hefty pumpkins taking over the ByWard Market this fall.
The city has issued a Request for Information to help determine both public and business interest in developing unique stalls to border the plaza area near the heritage market building. The deadline for submissions is the end of business on Nov. 4. Inquires must be emailed no later than Oct. 7.
In the lead-up to the redevelopment of the George Street Plaza, the city is looking for help.
Local politicians and housing officials cut a ribbon to officially open Ontario's first net zero energy townhomes in Kanata on Sept. 22.
Minto Communities Canada unveiled Ontario’s first net zero energy townhomes in its Kanata Arcadia community on Sept. 22.
Pyjama Patrol - a Kanata-based organization that collects new pyjamas for children and youth in need - is hosting a pyjama party at the Hazeldean Mall on Oct. 22 to celebrate the community and raise funds and awareness for its cause and partnering charities, the Kanata Food Cupboard and Chrysalis House. From left are Karen Waters, food cupboard client co-ordinator, Roxanne Marion, counsellor with Chrysalis House, Colleen Rhedey, event organizer, and Jen Muckler, founder of Pyjama Patrol.
Get ready to party in your pyjamas.
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The Carlingwood branch of the Ottawa Public Library is celebrating 50 years at its Woodroffe Avenue location on Oct. 1. The branch will unveil a new mural called 50 down, 50 to go, 50 more years watch us grow.
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Lawrence Evenchick, David da Costa, Mekdes Teshome and Robin Hodge will take the stage in Romeo and Juliet Redux at the Gladstone theatre from Oct. 6-15. The four actors are the only cast members of the condensed production with a run time of about 90 minutes.
A local theatre group is reimagining a classic Shakespearean tragedy by reducing the show to just four actors and 90 minutes.
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