Open for business

The Glebe BIA won an Ontario Municipal Board decision after rthe city's labour council filed a complaint to be exempt from the Retail Business Holidays Act, and will remain open for business on six statutory holidays every year going forward.

Crossover education

Sgt. Patricia Urquhart waits for a pedestrian to finish crossing the pedestrian crossover at Somerset and Bay streets to talk about how the crossover works and pedestrian safety on Sept. 27. Pedestrians have to push the crossing to make the overhead signals flash before proceeding to cross.

VIA station to get facelift

Ottawa South MP David McGuinty (left) and Yves Desjardins-Siciliano, CEO of Via Rail Canada, take a look at the renovations planned for the Tremblay Road station. The station celebrated its 50th birthday on Sept. 29.

Helping the hungry

Ottawa Fury FC mascot Sparky, FC defender Eddie Edward, Ottawa RedBlacks quarterback Henry Burris and Ottawa RedBlacks mascot Big Joe help launch the Purolator Tackle Hunger program on Sept. 22. The fundraiser raised 52,954 pounds of food for the Ottawa Food Bank.

CrossFit Open

Karine Shrum participates in the 2016 CrossFit Open at CrossFit Bytown in Ottawa, where she qualified to compete in the 2016 East Regionals event.

Uber at Ottawa's airport

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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