Starting Sunday, June 25, OC Transpo will introduce new route numbers for many routes in the south and east areas of the city in preparation for the opening of the O-Train Confederation Line in 2018. Other summer service changes include adjusted schedules and seasonal reductions to reflect the lower demand for service.
Downtown Ottawa’s most infamous eyesore has made a national list of endangered heritage landmarks.
Somerset House is among 10 spots included on the National Trust for Canada’s annual list of endangered places, which was compiled from formal nominations and media scans conducted by staff.
When residents in the Golden Triangle found out last month that a halfway house for federal offenders was moving into their neighbourhood, their reaction was predictable: They didn’t want it.
The end of blank-slate hearings over land development has municipal politicians in Ottawa cheering a provincial plan to transform the appeal process at the Ontario Municipal Board.
But the Ottawa Greater Home Builders’ Association warns the proposed changes announced Tuesday are a “nasty surprise” that scuttles the whole reason for having an appeal body.