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Easter activities and schedule changes

Ottawa – The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following services and schedule changes for Friday, April 14, Good Friday, and Monday, April 17, Easter Monday. Client services: Ottawa City Hall and all seven Client Service Centres, including the Government Service Centre located at 110 Laurier Avenue West, will be closed […]

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Trillium Pathway Phase 3 Functional Design Study

Online Consultation:  March 30 to April 14, 2017 Project Website – www.Ottawa.ca/TrilliumPhase3 The City of Ottawa has initiated a functional planning study to complete the multi-use Trillium Pathway between its current southern terminus at Carling Avenue and the National Capital Commission’s pathway at Dow’s Lake. The extension to this facility is identified as a Community […]

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Geoff Wightman Park Renewal

The City of Ottawa will be undertaking the renewal of Geoff Wightman Park. The park components have exceeded their lifecycle and will be replaced in 2017. Thank you to all residents who came out to the public meeting I hosted on Monday, March 21 to discuss the renewal of Geoff Wightman Park. I appreciated the ideas […]

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River Ward Earth Day Essay Contest

City Councillor Riley Brockington invites youth from River Ward to enter the ‘Sustainable Ottawa in 2067’ essay contest where authors will share their vision of what a sustainable Ottawa will look like in 50 years. As a youth in 2017, your vision can become a reality! While creating a vision for 2067, participants are asked […]

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Overnight Work on Trillium Line Corridor April 11-28, 2017

City officials have advised that there is scheduled overnight work planned along sections of the Trillium Line corridor, including at Brookfield Siding, as part of the past expansion project. For approximately one week between April 11th – April 28th 2017, crews will be digging, relocating signage, and performing functional train tests in this area, before […]

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