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    City reminds everyone about firework regulations and safety this Canada Day

    The City reminds residents about the by-law regulations around Canada Day fireworks – including no discharging on public properties, age requirements and maintaining safe operating distances. Over the past few years, the City has received public complaints and emergency calls about fireworks...
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    Fun and local things to do this Canada Day

    Looking for something to do on Canada Day that’s a little bit different? Ottawa has plenty of fun, family-friendly activities going on that you can explore all across the city. Party like it’s 1922 Ever wanted to experience what Canada Day celebrations might have been like in the 1920s and...
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    OC Transpo’s no charge service is the best travel option on Canada Day

    OC Transpo is the best way to travel to Canada Day events across the city, with no-charge service all day on O-Train Line 1, buses and Para Transpo. OC Transpo will have extra service running throughout the day and into the evening. With the main event taking place at LeBreton Flats this year...
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    Media availability on Canada Day preparations

    Mayor Jim Watson, Kim Ayotte, General Manager of Emergency and Protective Services, and Interim Ottawa Police Chief Steve Bell will provide an update on preparations for Canada Day. The following subject-matter experts will be available to answer questions: Councillor Eli El-Chantiry, Chair...
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    Meetings from June 27 to July 1

    For a complete agenda and updates, please sign up for email alerts, visit ottawa.ca/agendas or call 3-1-1. For more information about how to watch or participate in individual meetings, please consult the specific meeting’s agenda at ottawa.ca/agendas. Joint Meeting of the Standing Committee on...
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    Canada Day schedule changes

    The City of Ottawa would like to remind residents of the following schedule changes and impacts to City services for the Canada Day holiday on Friday, July 1. Client Service Centres The City’s 3-1-1 Contact Centre will be open for urgent matters only. Please visit ottawa.ca/311 for more...
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    Debenture Committee to meet June 28

    The Chair of the Debenture Committee has called a meeting for Tuesday, June 28 immediately following the meeting of the Finance and Economic Development Committee. The meeting is to approve four by-laws in order to authorize the issuance of debentures for debt financing of projects previously...
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    Committee endorses plan to prepare, consult on new Zoning By-law

    The City’s Planning Committee today endorsed an approach to developing a new Zoning By-law for Ottawa. Council endorsed a new Official Plan for Ottawa in 2021, with ambitious targets for intensification. Developing that new by-law will be critical to encourage the construction of more housing...
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    It’s time for residents to step up to the plate at Ottawa’s baseball stadium

    January 2021 marked the beginning of a 10-year lease agreement between the City and Sam Katz of the Winnipeg Goldeyes and the Ottawa Sport and Entertainment Group. The short-term future looks bright for Ottawa’s baseball stadium as the Ottawa Titans are having a stellar inaugural season in the...
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    Traffic impacts related to Canada Day events

    In-person Canada Day celebrations have returned to the capital. This will result in some road closures and restrictions. The locations and times are indicated below. Getting around downtown on Canada Day will be more complicated than usual this year. Plan your route ahead of time and expect...
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    OC Transpo summer service begins Sunday, June 26

    OC Transpo summer service begins Sunday, June 26, with service adjustments and seasonal changes to reflect summer ridership. Some Transitway closures and detours for Stage 2 O-Train construction will begin Thursday June 23. Customers can visit octranspo.com, use the Travel Planner or call...
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    Council approves the City’s first Anti-Racism Strategy

    Council today approved the City’s first Anti-Racism Strategy, a five-year plan to proactively identify and remove systemic barriers from City policies, programs and services to help realize racial equity. The strategy provides 28 recommendations and 132 actions to address racial inequity in...
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    Yves Brunet and Mandy Hambly receive Mayor’s City Builder Award

    Mayor Jim Watson, with Councillors Rawlson King and Glen Gower, recognized Yves Brunet and Mandy Hambly’s dedication to the community at today’s City Council meeting by presenting them with the Mayor’s City Builder Award. In 1986 at 27 years old, Yves Brunet was diagnosed with HIV. Following...
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    Media availability following Council meeting

    Mayor Jim Watson and Steve Kanellakos, City Manager, will respond to media questions after tomorrow’s Council meeting. The following subject-matter experts will be available to answer questions: Donna Gray, General Manager, Community and Social Services Stephen Willis, General Manager...
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    Yves Brunet and Mandy Hambly to receive Mayor’s City Builder Award

    Mayor Jim Watson and Councillors Rawlson King and Glen Gower will present the Mayor’s City Builder Award to Yves Brunet and Mandy Hambly at the City Council meeting on Wednesday, June 22. Residents will be able to watch the meeting on YouTube, rogerstv.com or RogersTV Cable 22. Date...
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