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ByWard Market BIA clarifies it has nothing to do with 'Save The Market'

ByWard Market BIA clarifies it has nothing to do with 'Save The Market'

The ByWard Market Business Improvement Area (BIA) is clarifying it is not involved with a recent petition that labels the three homeless shelters in the downtown "a cancer" and "incubators of crime and addiction.
Survey shows many Ottawa restaurant owners worried about survival

Survey shows many Ottawa restaurant owners worried about survival

Archan Consulting analysis has 42% of local proprietors concerned about their ability to stay open through 2018, due to the hike in minimum wage.
Kanata North councillor makes retirement announcement official

Kanata North councillor makes retirement announcement official

Social media lights up in the capital region, as long-time public servant Marianne Wilkinson calls it a career.
Answers on light rail construction and potential RTG penalty

Answers on light rail construction and potential RTG penalty

LRT stations across the city are nearing completion, while the city says a $1-million penalty won't applied until later this year, if necessary.
Police searching for leads in Bridlewood-Emerald Meadows shooting

Police searching for leads in Bridlewood-Emerald Meadows shooting

Shots rang out around 4 a.m., Tuesday.
Ottawa airport basking in gold and silver international awards

Ottawa airport basking in gold and silver international awards

Not a bad finish for YOW in the 2017 Airport Service Quality Awards.
Downtown shelters release joint statement following petition

Downtown shelters release joint statement following petition

In the statement, the three shelters say they are proud of their role in the ByWard Market.
Montreal Road dispensary robbed at gunpoint

Montreal Road dispensary robbed at gunpoint

One man was taken to hospital with serious injuries after three men robbed a marijuana dispensary.
Liberal MPP proposes that Ontario lower its voting age

Liberal MPP proposes that Ontario lower its voting age

Arthur Potts says if 16-year-olds can be trusted to drive cars, coach soccer and pay income tax, they should be trusted to vote.
City councillors get update on LRT construction

City councillors get update on LRT construction

Staff will also provide an overview of the project agreement between the city and builders
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