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Ottawa is a city blessed with an abundance of water. The Ottawa River and various wells are the sources of our drinking water, and our waterways remain popular recreation destinations and home to countless fish, birds, and animals. City Council …

Mining of the 2.5 kilometre tunnel for the Confederation Line Light Rail Transit project is proceeding on time and budget with more than 40% of the tunnel excavation volume now complete. This project is the first stage in Ottawa’s future …

The next few months will see a significant transformation of Lansdowne Park from a construction site to a public destination.  The revitalization of Lansdowne will include the refurbishment of the stadium and Civic Centre, creation of a large urban park …

The City is seeing a significant shift in waste diversion as a result of decisions made in recent years. These changes have saved tax dollars; allowed for a 2013 reduction and 2014 freeze of the garbage fee; and, for the …

For immediate release: June 6, 2013 Ottawa ranked first in Canada, third overall in list of sustainable North American cities Ottawa – Ottawa was ranked first in Canada and third in North America, according to Corporate Knights magazine’s inaugural North …

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Temporary closure of Brookfield multi-use pathway

20 August 2014 Public Service Announcement Ottawa – Starting Wednesday, August 20, the Brookfield multi-use pathway will be closed between Sawmill Creek Drive and Brookfield Road East. Pedestrians and Cyclists will be required to follow a signed detour along Heron Road. …

Keep Cool at Ward Splash Pads and Wading Pools

Throughout the summer, the City has run special events at wading pools across the City. On Wednesday August 20, 2014 the fun is coming to Raven Park. The event runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and features arts and …

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