Report by Ontario judge says carding doesn’t deter crime
Ontario Justice Michael Tulloch reports that carding is ineffective.
Elgin closes to traffic in 2019 as the city completes second phase of street’s renewal
Elgin Street will be getting a facelift in 2019.
CHEO scientist one of 103 named to Order of Canada
The Governor General appointed two Companions, 15 Officers and 86 Members.
Public offered a chance to comment on Health Canada regulations for cannabis products
The federal government has laid out its plans to regulate cannabis edibles and other products.
Stiffer distracted driving laws go into effect on Jan. 1
The province is toughening the penalties for distracted driving.
Employment record checks by Ottawa police to rise up to $90 each in 2019
The fees police charge for background checks will rise.
Capital Pride moves into winter with five-day event during Winterlude
Capital Pride is expanding into winter with a five-day party called WinterPride
Council gives green light to private cannabis retailers
City council voted to opt into private retail cannabis shops starting April 1.
Ottawa council votes to cap property tax hike at three per cent
Ottawa City Council voted Wednesday to cap the property tax increase at three per cent.
Nine councillors challenge Mayor’s picks for council committees
Mayor Jim Watson along with the nominating committee announced their picks for committee and board chairs. Nine councillors contested them.