Road review

The majority of Ottawa's roads are considered fair or below, according to a state of the assets report published in 2012.

Infrastructure investment is ‘tale of two cities’

The city gets high grades for infrastructure renewal when it comes to environmental services like drinking water and waste water management,...

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Encouraging differences

Parks and recreation co-ordinator Anne Goodchild, right, won the city’s 2014 Diversity and Inclusion Award for her work with the I Love To program that helps 3,000 low-income kids access sports each year. Goodchild received the award from Coun. Allan Hubley, left, Mayor Jim Watson and city manager Kent Kirkpatrick on Feb. 25.

Wheelchair basketball enthusiast wins diversity award

Westboro resident Anne Goodchild was always taught to relish people’s differences.

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Huntley Highlands group partners with land trust

The Friends of Huntley Highlands, a group committed to preserving the natural beauty of the Carp Hills, has partnered with the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust to offer interested landowners options for getting involved. A public meeting will be held March 11 at the Carp Memorial Hall, beginning at 7 p.m.

Huntley Highlands group partners with land trust

Friends of Huntley Highlands has partnered with the Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust to offer interested landowners in the Carp Hills...

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Tree planting subsidies available for landowners

Landowners are invited to learn about forest management, tree planting subsidies and other financial incentives for establishing and managing forests on their properties. A free workshop will be held March 11 in Galetta.

Tree planting subsidies available for landowners

Landowners are invited to learn about forest management, tree planting subsidies and other financial incentives for establishing and...

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High-tech executive wins Kanata-Carleton NDP candidacy

John Hansen.

High-tech executive wins Kanata-Carleton NDP candidacy

High-tech executive John Hansen will pick up where he left off last fall with his victory Saturday to be the federal NDP candidate in the...

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Annual Dunrobin fishing derby happening March 8

Crowds gather for the 2013 fishing derby. This year, close to 200 people have pre-registered.

Annual Dunrobin fishing derby happening March 8

The Dunrobin Meat and Grocery is expecting more than 200 ice fishers at its eighth annual fishing derby this Sunday, March 8.

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West Carleton interest high in draft budget

Interest in the 2015 proposed budget was at a five-year high in West Carleton with close to 50 residents attending a meeting hosted by Coun. Eli El-Chantiry and some of the city’s top staff on Feb. 25.

West Carleton interest high in city’s draft budget

Interest in the 2015 proposed budget was at a five-year high in West Carleton with close to 50 residents attending a meeting hosted by Coun....

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Climate commitments

Ecology Ottawa is calling on city councillors to make good on their promise to include several climate change items in the 2015 budget.

Care about climate? Call your councillor

An environmental advocacy group is asking residents to pressure their councillor to make sure Ottawa follows through on its climate-change...

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