More appointments now available for COVID-19 vaccines

More appointments are now available in the provincial booking system for Ottawa residents who still need a first dose or are eligible for a…


City reaches key milestone in development of Solid Waste Master Plan

The City has reached a key milestone in the second phase of its Solid Waste Master Plan, a 30-year plan that will guide how it manages…


Top Up Your Tip - Local Campaign for our hospitality workers

As patios reopen today, I’m launching a local campaign to encourage those who are able to enjoy a meal at a restaurant to be patient, kind…


The Canada Infrastructure Bank commits up to $400 million in the City of Ottawa’s historic 450 zero-emission bus expansion

Largest-ever single increase in zero-emission buses for public transit in Canada    Canadian municipalities are leaders in taking…


More priority neighbourhood pop-up clinics coming June 7 to 12

The City of Ottawa and Ottawa Public Health are hosting additional pop-up clinics to reach residents of certain priority neighbourhoods.…


Provincial system bookings for COVID-19 vaccines resume today

The issues with the provincial booking system have been resolved and bookings for the COVID-19 vaccine will resume today at noon. Residents…


The path to a greener city

As we’re starting to get a glimpse of a return to normal life in Ottawa, the warm days of spring remind us that the climate is not what it…


Pop-up clinics coming to certain priority neighbourhoods

The City of Ottawa and Ottawa Public Health are launching a new series of pop-up clinics to reach residents of priority neighbourhoods…


Adults 80 and older can book second doses Monday to begin two-dose summer in Ottawa

Beginning Monday, May 31 at 8 am, all adults age 80 and older (born in 1941 or earlier) may book their second dose vaccine appointments…


Ottawa joins Canadian Accessibility Network

During today’s AccessAbility Day virtual celebrations, Mayor Jim Watson announced that the City was joining the Canadian Accessibility…