Here’s a look back at some of the biggest stories in the national capital over the last 12 months.
As 2019 comes to a close Global News contacted the heads of several major organizations in the city to look back on the last decade and look forward on the next.
The city hopes that with the combination of Ottawa’s own traffic information and Waze’s user submissions will provide more up-to-date information for motorists.
A group of protesters stood up at an Ottawa city council meeting on Wednesday wearing shirts emblazoned with the message “Resign Rick.”
The city’s expenditures are set at almost $3.8 billion, most of which will be covered by property taxes, development fees and government grants.
A spokesperson for the Ontario NDP says MPP Joel Harden has apologized to Ontario Premier Doug Ford.
In a statement sent out from Minister Jeff Yurek’s office the ministry cites the concern for the local bat population as the reasoning behind the cancellation.
The Ottawa Health Team is one of 24 new groups that will be charged with implementing a new model of organizing and delivering health care across the province.
Police say there is currently no criminal element but investigators are looking to get to the bottom of why the bottles were left on the bench outside the mosque.
The food drive collects items for the Ottawa and Stittsville food banks, the Family Service Association of Churches Food Cupboard and the Kanata Food Cupboard.
According to the city, the lease is set to begin in Dec. 2021 and last for 10 years with the rent being set at $125,000 per year.
Ottawa toppled the favourites from Brazil’s Paulista University, which conceded its first and only goal of the tournament to the Gee Gees
Ottawa Fire Services had their work cut out for them this weekend as three homes burned in the nation’s capital on Friday.
According to the City of Ottawa, the lane closures will take place from Nov. 29 to Dec. 1.
According to the government, McNeil found that the flooding was caused by a combination of weather conditions and not by human error.