Today in the city Ottawa 21.08.2018
Ottawa veut tirer de la pauvreté deux millions de Canadiens d'ici 12 ans

Après deux ans de consultations et d'études, le gouvernement fédéral de Justin Trudeau dévoilera mardi sa stratégie de réduction de la pauvreté. Et, selon une source familière avec ce dossier, les lib...


Sixty years later, Ottawa bank robber returns to the scene of the crime

Boyne Lester Johnston is now in his 80s, and the bank he robbed is now an upscale restaurant. On a visit this month, the “Champagne Kid” reminisced about the 1958 heist and his fleeting fame.


Ottawa deputy mayor ‘encouraged’ by Ford’s comments, minister turnout at municipalities event

Ottawa city councillor and deputy mayor Mark Taylor said he is "encouraged" by how many provincial cabinet ministers are attending a major conference for municipalities.


La Ville de Montréal demande à Ottawa d'interdire les armes d'assaut et de poing

Le conseil municipal de Montréal a adopté lundi à l'unanimité une motion réclamant qu'Ottawa interdise les armes d'assaut et de poing, emboîtant ainsi le pas à la ville de Toronto.


Montreal urges Ottawa to issue national ban on handguns and assault rifles

Montreal city councillors voted unanimously to request the federal government issue a sweeping ban on handguns and assault rifles.


Doug Ford Says He Won’t Cut Other City Councils, Defends Targeting Toronto

TORONTO — As Toronto mulls a potential legal challenge against Ontario's decision to slash the size of the city's council, Premier Doug Ford has told politicians from other municipalities across...


Ottawa raises cap on parent sponsorship, ends lottery system

Ottawa will raise the annual quota for parent/grandparent sponsorship to 20,000 and start processing applications on a first-come-first-served basis in 2019.


Valérie Plante demande à Québec et Ottawa de limiter l'étalement urbain

La mairesse de Montréal, Valérie Plante, demande à Québec et Ottawa de mettre en place des règles pour freiner l'étalement urbain.


Ottawa and Quebec to fund Lac-Mégantic rail bypass

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday that a rail bypass funded by the federal and Quebec governments will keep trains out of downtown Lac-Megantic. A train carrying crude oil derailed in the...


Ottawa contributing $40-million to railway crossing project in Edmonton

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday that the federal government will contribute $40-million to a new railway crossing in Edmonton. The city and Alberta will cover the remaining $47-million...


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