Orphaned (baby) animals In recent days, Ottawa By-law & Regulatory Services has received an increased number of calls regarding orphaned wild animals. In many cases, these animals have not been orphaned, rather their mothers have gone out to forage for food and will return. Should you come upon an animal that you suspect has been […]
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Residents are invited to attend a drop-in open house session to learn more about upcoming infrastructure renewal on Fisher Avenue and within Fisher Heights.
It was an honour to be part of the ‘Last Spike’ ceremony today for the Confederation Line in Ottawa. Please see below for the Media Release from the city regarding this historic event. Ottawa – Mayor Jim Watson was joined today by Mona Fortier, Member of Parliament for Ottawa-Vanier, on behalf of the Honourable […]
Traffic Advisory Hog’s Back Bridge maintenance work on May 7 and 8 Hog’s Back Bridge may close to all traffic—pedestrians, cyclists and motor vehicles—during preventive maintenance, which will begin on Monday, May 7, at 9 am, and continue until Tuesday, May 8 at 3 pm. If closures are required, travellers will not be able to […]
Residents are invited to attend a second public meeting to review the proposed development application at 1354 and 1376 Carling Avenue, lands that are currently occupied by the Travelodge Hotel. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 9 at 7pm at the Alexander Community Centre, 960 Silver Street.
The City of Ottawa has notified my office that the following roadwork will commence beginning the week of May 7, 2018. Fisher Avenue from Baseline Rd to Carling Ave will have lane reductions in both directions from May 7 until June. The work will take place outside of peak hours. The lane reductions are required […]
Ottawa – The first Household Hazardous Waste Depot of the year is happening on Sunday, April 29 from 8 am to 4 pm, at the OC Transpo Park and Ride at 1201 Trim Road. Household hazardous waste includes the following items: Aerosol containers Propane cylinders Disinfectants Fluorescent bulbs/tubes Fire extinguishers […]
For the 7th year, Ottawa Public Health has partnered with sports retailers across Ottawa to bring residents a discount on helmets. Helmets can help prevent serious brain and head injuries by absorbing the force from a fall or hit to the head. Helmets are recommended for activities such as skateboarding, rollerblading, biking, sledding, skating, skiing […]
Please join me in my annual Earth Day Celebration at the Hunt Club – Riverside Park Community Centre. The day begins with an E-Waste Depot in the parking lot, courtesy of Junk that Funk at 10am. Throughout the rest of the day we will be having a park clean-up, hosting a BBQ, having an environmental […]