Ariel Troster, new councillor for Somerset Ward, plans to focus on housing
Ariel Troster’s campaign focused on working with vulnerable communities to create a safer and more accessible ward.
David Hill ready to tackle transit, safety and parks as new city councillor for Barrhaven West
Ottawa’s recent municipal election brought 12 new faces to city council and David Hill now represents Barrhaven West, Ward 3.
David Brown, Rideau-Jock’s new councillor, wants to focus on rural road repair and safety concerns
David Brown is among 12 new faces to city council and was elected to represent Ward 21, Rideau-Jock.
Sean Devine promises open communication with residents of Knoxdale-Merivale
Sean Devine was elected as the new councillor for Knoxdale-Marivale ward.
Stéphanie Plante targets more walkable Rideau-Vanier as councillor-elect
Rideau-Vanier councillor-elect Stéphanie Plante targets a more walkable Ward 12. She defeated nine other municipal candidates Oct. 24.
Former bus driver Wilson Lo is first councillor for new ward of Barrhaven East
Ottawa’s recent municipal election brought 12 new faces to city council. Today, we introduce Wilson Lo of Barrhaven East.
Community association activist Marty Carr ready to represent Alta Vista on Ottawa council
Marty Carr is the new councillor for Alta Vista (Ward 18) after she received over 47 per cent of the vote on Oct. 24.
Laine Johnson, College Ward’s new councillor, wants safer streets and more accountability
Newly elected in College ward, Laine Johnson says she’s ready to fight to improve the lives of Ottawa citizens.
Clarke Kelly, new councillor for West Carleton-March, has roads on his priority list
The new councillor of West Carleton-March wants to address key issues in his rural home.
Jessica Bradley takes over from long-time councillor (and her former boss) in Gloucester-Southgate
Gloucester-Southgate gets a new Councillor replacing Diane Dean after eight terms.
Stay the course: Ottawa voters embrace Sutcliffe’s middle-of-the road vision
What change. Ottawa voters choose a middle of the road path to the city’s future by electing Mark Sutcliffe as mayor.
Voters back centrist Sutcliffe as city’s next mayor in watershed election that sends 11 newcomers to council
Broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe is Ottawa’s next mayor in what is being called a watershed election for the city.