Ottawa’s rookie city councillors ready to conquer the chamber
After October’s municipal election, Ottawa’s seven rookie councillors have been spending the past six weeks preparing to take their seats.
No Rendezvous: Senators fans saddened but not surprised by LeBreton turmoil
Hours after news of the LeBreton Flats fiasco broke, hundreds of startled Senators fans took to Twitter to express their concerns with the future of the NHL organization.
LeBreton Flats: How we got to this impasse
Four years has gone by since the NCC first set out on a mission to redevelop the LeBreton Flats. Capital Current created a timeline to plot every key milestone that led up to Ottawa’s biggest planning mishap in recent years.
Ottawa’s supervised injection sites worried about cap on new Ontario facilities
As the opioid crisis continues to impact Canadian cities, Ottawa’s supervised consumption sites describe how new provincial regulations will affect them.
Signs and the bottom line: The costs of election advertising in Ottawa
Financial and environmental costs are causing candidates to rethink how they use the staple of election advertising.