Ottawa 2014 municipal election coverage

Ottawacommunitynews.com is your source for the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Ottawa municipal election, happening on Oct. 27.

Ottawa 2014 municipal election

Ottawacommunitynews.com is your headquarters for the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 Ottawa municipal election on Oct. 27.

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Watson commits to boosting housing funding– Image 1

Mayor Jim Watson makes a campaign policy announcement on Sept. 7, committing to boosting housing and homelessness initiatives in Ottawa by $2 million if he is re-elected.

Watson commits to boosting housing funding

Housing and homelessness initiatives in Ottawa would get a $2 million boost if he's re-elected, Mayor Jim Watson said in his first campaign...

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Ecology Ottawa putting focus on Orléans– Image 1

Ecology Ottawa has worked in Blackburn Hamlet with the community association and city to replace trees cut down or lost due to the emerald ash borer.

Ecology Ottawa putting focus on Orléans

Ecology Ottawa has put an extra focus on Orléans, especially prior to the upcoming municipal election.

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Tea and toast popular main course but inadequate: support worker– Image 1

Annie Parisien, community support worker for the Eastern Ottawa Resource Centre, and volunteer Dorothy Thompson of Orléans get ready to deliver fresh meals to seniors and disabled adults.

Tea and toast popular main course but inadequate: support worker

Too many seniors and disabled adults in Ottawa are relying on tea and toast for their main meal each day, according to the Eastern Ottawa...

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Ash borer now killing city's woodlots– Image 1

Melanie Andeel and her dog Darby take a stroll through the formerly wooded Terry Fox Participark behind her Orléans home - one of the city woodlots that is now facing devastation from the emerald ash borer beetle.

Ash borer now killing city's woodlots

When Melody Andeel heard the whir of saws behind her Orléans home a couple weeks ago, she already knew what was coming.

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Last of Cumberland legacy money spent on signs; Welcome signs coming t– Image 1

Signs that announce your arrival into a community, like this one in Findlay Creek, will be coming to three former Cumberland village neighbourhoods this fall. The new signs will EVENT also have space for messages about community events and information.

Last of Cumberland legacy money spent on signs; Welcome signs coming to Cardinal Creek, Fallingbrook and Queenswood Heights communities in Orléans

Three east-end communities are set to get a little bit more welcoming. Signs greeting people as they enter Cardinal Creek, Fallingbrook and...

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Midway ticket system changing at Metcalfe Fair– Image 1

Children enjoy the attractions at last year's Metcalfe Fair.

Midway ticket system changing at Metcalfe Fair

Ride bracelets are becoming a thing of the past for fairgoers, with the cost-saving bracelets available only on Friday, Oct. 3, at this...

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Sinkhole car driver suing city for more than $500,000– Image 1

The back bumper of Juan Pedro Unger's car was barely visable after a large sinkhole opened in front of him while driving in Sept. 2012. He is now suing the city.

Sinkhole car driver suing city for more than $500,000

The man who drove his car into the sinkhole on highway 174 two years ago is suing the city for $550,000.

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