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Author Sarah Anderson

 

Income splitting good for marriages: head of Institute of Marriage and Family Canada

When the federal standing finance committee held consultations on income splitting, it heard testimony from the executive director of the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada. Read more...

Digital highway signs likely to be operational by mid-November

The latest word from the province is that digital varying messaging signs built on the westbound 417 and 174 should be fully operational by mid-November. Read more...

180,000 flu vaccines distributed in Ottawa as uptake and availability of the flu shot increase

Ottawa Public Health is working to make sure people get their flu shot early so they can build up immunity before flu season kicks in, and people are listening. Read more...

AMO looks to change the way businesses pay to recycle the waste they create

Changes could be coming to the way industrial, commercial and institutional waste is kept out of landfills and to how recycling is paid for. Read more...

First openly queer woman candidate elected to City Council

The only woman elected among eight newcomers to Ottawa City Hall is also the first openly queer woman councillor to sit at the round table at Ottawa City Hall. Read more...

With eight new faces, two thirds of City Council now made up of members in their first or second term

It was clear from the outset of Ottawa's municipal election Monday there would be six new faces around the council table after the vote but upsets in two other wards mean there will be eight new councillors headed to city hall. Read more...

The top ward races to watch today according to City Hall Reporter Stephanie Kinsella

Without incumbents in six wards there are exciting races expected in River, Innes, Gloucester-South-Nepean, Alta Vista, Osgoode, and Somerset wards. Read more...

Learn where and when to vote in the municipal election

Monday is municipal voting day across Ontario and here in Ottawa where you have the chance to elect your representation at the council table, at your school board and for the position of Mayor. Read more...

NCC begins work on Champlain Bridge slated to last three days

Bridge maintenance and work to replace high occupancy vehicle lane signage will create delays Monday through Wednesday on the Champlain Bridge. Read more...

Watson calls for all eligible voters to head to the polls, regardless of who they cast their ballot for

In his bid for re-election Mayor Jim Watson has made his final official campaign speech, calling for everyone to get out and vote. Read more...