New Barrhaven East ward offers an open field for candidates
New Barrhaven East ward has no incumbent running, which leaves the race wide open for the seven new candidates.
Affordable housing, homelessness a focus for candidates running in Rideau-Vanier ward
Homelessness is a challenge for Rideau-Vanier, which also attracts thousands of tourists to the Byward Market.
Knoxdale-Merivale: Seven candidates vying to replace Keith Egli
Knoxdale-Merivale has seven new candidates on the ballot. Here is a brief breakdown of the issues and the people as incumbent Keith Egli chooses to not run again.
Five things to know about Gloucester-Southgate Ward
Top things you need to know about Gloucester-Southgate Ward to be prepared for the municipal election.
West Carleton-March: Seven candidates running in westernmost ward
Seven candidates are running for the seat of councillor in West Carleton-March, Ottawa’s westernmost ward.
Shawn Menard campaigns for ‘progressive change’ this municipal election
Capital Ward councillor Shawn Menard said he’s campaigning for himself and mayoral candidate Catherine McKenney.
Lowertown residents remain concerned about sale of St. Brigid’s community space to The United People of Canada organization
Some Lowertown residents want the City of Ottawa or the province to take a local church away from The United People of Canada, who plan to build a community space.
Legault leads in Quebec election poll despite concerns over cost-of-living, health care, survey shows
Cost of living and health care outweigh all other provincial concerns for Quebec residents going into the provincial election.
Most Ontarians pessimistic Ford government can fix health care, lower cost of living, poll shows
At least two-thirds of people in Ontario are pessimistic four more years of Ford will improve health care, cost of living following record low voter turnout.
Lisa MacLeod steps aside from duties to deal with health concerns as Doug Ford picks a new cabinet
Lisa MacLeod steps aside to deal with health concerns as Doug Ford’s new cabinet is sworn in.
Apathy, fatigue and inequality just some of the reasons for record low voter turnout in Ontario’s election
Many factors contributed to the lowest voter turnout in Ontario election history on June 2.
‘What matters most is the people.’ Housing and cost of living front of mind for Ottawa-Vanier voters as they elect a Liberal — again
Ottawa-Vanier returns Liberal Lucille Collard. She is one of eight Liberal MPPs elected Thursday night.