Monday, December 10, 2018

Ontario’s fiscal watchdog to release latest assessment of province’s economy Monday

Ontario's financial watchdog is set to release his latest assessment of the province's economy and the government's fiscal outlook this morning. Financial Accountability Officer Peter...

Ontario’s deficit to rise to $12.3B this year, fiscal watchdog says

Ontario's financial watchdog says the province's deficit will rise to $12.3 billion this fiscal year, half a billion more than he predicted before the...

It’s a sunny, chilly start to the work week

It should be a bright, brisk start to the work week in Ottawa-Gatineau. Environment Canada is forecasting sunny skies with a high that only hits –7 C. Strong...

Federal government mulls co-working spaces for public service

The federal government is looking into new workspace possibilities for public service employees, potentially giving them a third option other than commuting to central...

Council to vote on funding crossing guards at 15 busy intersections

When council holds its second meeting this week, it will have a number of important matters to consider — including whether to find $54,000 in the city's...

Canadian cooking class serves up friendship

When Claudine Nduwimana heard about a cooking class geared toward new Canadians, she jumped at the chance to learn more about her adopted country. "Food defines cultures,"...

‘Something special about libraries’: Hopes high for OPL fundraising campaign

The Ottawa Public Library hopes to raise $10 to 15 million over the coming years as part of a major fundraising campaign for the new...

Council eyes crossing guards at 15 busy intersections

When council holds its second meeting this week, it will have a number of important matters to consider — including whether to find $54,000 in the city's...

CRA’s new tool against tax evasion used in Ottawa couple’s case

The Canada Revenue Agency is using a new tool in its battle against tax evasion — one that experts say could radically change the...

New phone line offers up a friendly ear for lonely seniors

An Ottawa organization is hoping a simple phone call to someone with the time to listen can help seniors struggling with loneliness. Rural Ottawa South...