In 2015, Ottawa’s municipal government decided against ward rezoning, but with a review of these boundaries coming up in 2019, some say there is reason to consider ward rezoning.
Emily Coyle is one of the few women running for Ottawa city council this year, and the only one running in College Ward. She’s tired of the status quo at City Hall, and believes she has the experience to reshape her ward.
The eviction of more 400 people from the Heron Gate community raises concerns over the future of affordable housing in Ottawa.
There was a higher voter turnout in the 2018 special advance vote than the first time it ran in 2014.
They pay taxes, work, and study in the city, but they won’t be voting on Oct. 22.
For Barrhaven’s rapidly increasing resident pool traffic is a constant concern.
Ottawans will have their first chance to vote in the municipal election during the special advance voting days from Oct. 4 to Oct. 7.
With the retirement of longtime councillor Bob Monette, 17 candidates are running in Orléans ward.
There are no women running for the city’s top political job and it’s a glaring concern for many.
Riders are angry after LRT delay makes new route changes premature.