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Item/File Ext.
national anthem
recognition - mayor's city builder award
2015 united way achievement announcement
roll call
confirmation of minutes
the minutes of the regular meeting of 10 february 2016 were confirmed.
OCCminutes25EN2016DRAFTdoc
OCCminutes25FR2016DRAFTdoc
Closed Captioning Transcript (EN) - 2016 February 24.docx
Closed Captioning Transcript (FR) - 2016 February 24.docx
communications
association of municipalities of ontario (amo):
policing consultations announced
AMO - Policing Consultations Announced.docx
ontario announces green social housing retrofits
AMO - Ontario Announces Green Social Housing Retrofits.docx
presumptive ptsd legislation for first responders introduced
AMO - Presumptive PTSD Legislation for First Responders Introduced.docx
ontario announces transformation of children and family services
AMO - Transformation of Children and Family Services.docx
amo welcomes increased infrastructure funding for municipalities
Municipalitiesdocx
other communications received:
memorandum from councillor marianne wilkinson, titled 'addendum to the "nuisance mosquito control program and mosquito research program" (acs2016-cmr-fed-0001) report' (reference finance and economic development committee report 11a, item 6 of the council agenda)
to Council - Addendum to the Nuisance Mosquito Control Program and Mosquito Research Program (ACS2016-CMR-FED-0001) Report.docx
regrets
no regrets
confirmation of re-election of ottawa community housing (ochc) board chair, ochc board tenant representative appointment, and ochc new strategic plan
Report - 2016-02-16 Report to Shareholder.docx
Document 1 OCHC 2016-01-14 Excerpt of Public Minutes, re-election of Councillor Fleury as Chair of the Board.doc
Document 2 Excerpt of 2016-01-14 Minutes, Tenant Representative on Board of Directors.docm
Document 3 OCHC Strategic Plan 2016-2026.pdf
air quality and climate change management plan (aqccmp) and renewable energy strategy update
EN Report - AQCCMP.docx
EN Doc 1 - AQCCMP - Supporting Initiatives.docx
EN Doc 2 - AQCCMP - LIC.docx
EN Doc 3 - Renewable Energy Strategy Update.pdf
FR Report - AQCCMP.docx
FR Doc 1 - AQCCMP - Supporting Initiatives.docx
FR Doc 2 - AQCCMP - LIC.docx
FR Doc 3 - Renewable Energy Strategy Update.pdf
Minute Extract.docx
residential protective plumbing program - review and proposed program updates
EN Report - Residential Protective Plumbing Pgm.docx
EN Doc 1 - Comparative Summary of ON Municipalities with Protective Plumbing Pgms.docx
EN Doc 2 - RPPP - Participation by Ward and Year.docx
FR Report - Residential Protective Plumbing Pgm.docx
FR Doc 1 - Comparative Summary of ON Municipalities with Protective Plumbing Pgms.docx
FR Doc 2 - RPPP - Participation by Ward and Year.docx
Minute Extract.docx
CommonLook Document 2 EN.html
Document 2 RPPP - Participation by Ward and Year EN.pdf
CommonLook Document 2 RPPP FR.html
Document 2 RPPP - Participation by Ward and Year FR.pdf
comments on the proposed waste-free ontario act and draft strategy for a waste free ontario: building the circular economy
Report - Waste Free Ontario.docx
Doc 1 - Draft WFOA Feb 5.pdf
Minute Extract.docx
climate change
Report - Climate Change.docx
Minute Extract.docx
nuisance mosquito control program and mosquito research program - special area levy
Report - Mosquito Control Program.docx
Document 1 - Ballot Sheet.docx
Document 1 - Important Notice.docx
Document 1 - Information Sheet.docx
Draft Minute Extract.docx
Memo to Council - Addendum to the Nuisance Mosquito Control Program and Mosquito Research Program - Special Area Levy (ACS2016-CMR-FED-0001) Report.docx
zoning by-law amendment - 900 merivale road
Report - Zoning - 900 Merivale Rd.docx
Document 5 - Overview Data Sheet.pdf
Planning Committee Extract of Draft Minutes - 900 Merivale Rd.docx
Possibly related devapp: D02-02-15-0067
Possibly related devapp: D07-12-16-0044
Possibly related devapp: D08-01-17/B-00058
planning committee report 22
zoning by-law amendment - part of 2168 tenth line road
Report (EN) - ZONING – PART OF 2168 TENTH LINE ROAD.docx
Document 5 (EN) - Overview Data Sheet.pdf
Report (FR) - ZONING – PART OF 2168 TENTH LINE ROAD.docx
Document 5 (FR) - Overview Data Sheet.pdf
PC Extract re Tenth Line.docx
Possibly related devapp: D02-02-13-0075
Possibly related devapp: D07-16-06-0009 (PH 7
Possibly related devapp: D08-01-15/B-00303
Possibly related devapp: D02-02-15-0049
bulk consent agenda
environment committee report 7
source water protection - implementation update and annual report
EN Report - Source Water Protection.docx
BIL Doc 1 - City of Ottawa Significant Threat Area Figures.docx
EN Doc 2 - Listing of Previous Reports.pdf
EN Doc 3 - Policy Summary and Implementation Responsiblity(2).pdf
EN Doc 4 - Ottawa RMO Annual Reports - 2014.pdf
FR Report - Source Water Protection.docx
FR Doc 2 - Liste des rapports déjà présentés au comité et au conseil_BIL II.pdf
FR Doc 3 - Sommaire des politiques et responsables de la mise en oeuvre_FR.pdf
FR Doc 4 - Rapport annuel du responsable de la gestion des risques _FR.pdf
planning committee report 21
zoning by-law amendment - 324 cambridge street north
Report - Zoning - 324 Cambridge St. North.docx
Overview Data Sheet - 324 Cambridge Street North.pdf
Possibly related devapp: D02-02-15-0036
zoning by-law amendment - 1845, 1877, 1883 and part of 1921 stittsville main street, 70 friendly crescent and 74 hartsmere drive
Report - Zoning - Parts of STITTSVILLE MAIN, FRIENDLY CRESCENT AND HARTSMERE DRIVE.docx
Document 5.pdf
Possibly related devapp: D07-16-13-0033
Possibly related devapp: D02-02-15-0069
Possibly related devapp: D02-02-15-0069
development charge agreement for servicing within the village of manotick
Report - Development Charge Agreement for Servicing within Manotick.docx
ARAC Extract of Draft Minutes re Manotick DC Agreement.docx
PC Extract of Draft Minutes re Manotick DC Agreement.docx
motion to adopt reports
motions of which notice has been previously given
motions requiring suspension of the rules of procedure
notices of motion (for consideration at subsequent meeting)

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ITEM: CONFIRMATION OF RE-ELECTION OF OTTAWA COMMUNITY HOUSING (OCHC) BOARD CHAIR, OCHC BOARD TENANT REPRESENTATIVE APPOINTMENT, AND OCHC NEW STRATEGIC PLAN

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish

ITEM: AIR QUALITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE MANAGEMENT PLAN (AQCCMP) AND RENEWABLE ENERGY STRATEGY UPDATE

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish

ITEM: RESIDENTIAL PROTECTIVE PLUMBING PROGRAM - REVIEW AND PROPOSED PROGRAM UPDATES

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish

ITEM: COMMENTS ON THE PROPOSED WASTE-FREE ONTARIO ACT AND DRAFT STRATEGY FOR A WASTE FREE ONTARIO: BUILDING THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: WHEREAS the staff report, “Comments on the Proposed Waste-Free Ontario Act and Draft Strategy for a Waste Free Ontario: Building the Circular Economy” identifies the challenges of proceeding with Phase 2 of the Ottawa Waste Plan while the Province of Ontario is making significant changes to existing legislation; and WHEREAS Bill 151, the Waste-Free Ontario Act, which is still in Second Reading debate, is an enabling legislation which only provides the framework of the province’s direction and future regulations and policy documents will not be forthcoming for up to five years from Bill 151’s adoption; and WHEREAS staff’s review of Bill 151indicates that the Waste-Free Ontario Act may have a significant impact on waste diversion programs that the City of Ottawa provides to residents and the Environment Committee, based on the staff report, is recommending that, although the Source Separated Organics program review will continue with the results reported back to the Environment Committe
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish
Motion To:
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish

ITEM: CLIMATE CHANGE

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that City Council approve that Recommendation 2.c. be amended to read as follows: That staff, working with a Sponsors Group consisting of the Chairs of the Environment, Transportation and Planning Committees and the Chair of the Transit Commission, be directed to assess ways in which the City can help improve the energy performance of new and existing residential and commercial buildings (for example: a Green Building Checklist to promote sustainable new construction; a Green Retrofit/Renovation Checklist to promote the upgrading of existing buildings; Guidelines and resources for better building performance; and working with the Province of Ontario to progressively raise building energy performance standards mandated through the provincial Building Code) and report back to the appropriate Standing Committee(s) and Council with recommended approaches.
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R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish
S. Moffatt
G. Darouze
A. Hubley
Motion To: That the item be amended as per the previous motion(s).
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R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish
S. Moffatt
G. Darouze
A. Hubley

ITEM: NUISANCE MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAM AND MOSQUITO RESEARCH PROGRAM - SPECIAL AREA LEVY

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That City Council: 1) Receive the information in the “Addendum to the “Nuisance Mosquito Control Program and Mosquito Research Program – Special Area Levy” (ACS2016-CMR-FED-0001) Report”, issued by Councillor Wilkinson on February 19, 2016, and approve that it be appended to the “Nuisance Mosquito Control Program and Mosquito Research Program” (ACS2016-CMR-FED-0001) Report; 2) Approve a levy for special services be applied to Ward 4 (Kanata North), the area identified in Document 1, for a four-year Kanata North Nuisance Mosquito Program, as described in this report; 3) Approved the City’s participation in a three-year research program on the Kanata North Nuisance Mosquito Program, as described in this report; 4) Delegate the authority to the Deputy City Manager, Operations, in consultation with the City Clerk and Solicitor and the Ward Councillor, to take the necessary steps to award the contract to undertake these programs to GDG Environmental and any other actions that may be
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R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
M. Qaqish
S. Moffatt
T. Nussbaum (a)

ITEM: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 900 MERIVALE ROAD

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish

ITEM: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - PART OF 2168 TENTH LINE ROAD

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
M. Qaqish
T. Nussbaum

ITEM: SOURCE WATER PROTECTION - IMPLEMENTATION UPDATE AND ANNUAL REPORT

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish

ITEM: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 324 CAMBRIDGE STREET NORTH

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish

ITEM: ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT - 1845, 1877, 1883 AND PART OF 1921 STITTSVILLE MAIN STREET, 70 FRIENDLY CRESCENT AND 74 HARTSMERE DRIVE

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish

ITEM: DEVELOPMENT CHARGE AGREEMENT FOR SERVICING WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF MANOTICK

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That the item be Carried on consent.
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish

ITEM: MOTION TO ADOPT REPORTS

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa (the City) and the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 279 (Conventional) (ATU 279) have committed to working collaboratively to resolve issues of mutual concern in the workplace; and WHEREAS the collective agreement between the City and the ATU 279 is set to expire on March 31, 2016; and WHEREAS the bargaining teams for the City and the ATU 279 have been in negotiations in an effort to conclude a renewal of the collective agreement on mutually-agreeable terms; and WHEREAS the City and ATU 279 bargaining teams concluded a tentative agreement on February 12, 2016, subject to ratification by the ATU 279 membership and City Council; and WHEREAS the ATU membership has ratified the tentative agreement by a vote of 80.5%; and WHEREAS the tentative agreement is affordable and fair to taxpayers and our employees and serves to ensure continuous transit service for passengers and a stable foundation for the commissioning and operation of the Confederation Line light rail system; T
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
C. McKenney
M. Qaqish
J. Watson (a)
T. Nussbaum (a)
Motion To: WHEREAS the City of Ottawa (the City) and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 5500 (CUPE 5500) have committed to working collaboratively to resolve issues of mutual concern in the workplace; and WHEREAS the collective agreements between the City and CUPE 5500 expired on March 31, 2015; and WHEREAS the bargaining teams for the City and CUPE 5500 have been in negotiations in an effort to conclude renewals of the collective agreements on mutually-agreeable terms; and WHEREAS the City and CUPE 5500 bargaining teams concluded tentative agreements on February 5, 2016, subject to ratification by the CUPE 5500 membership and City Council; and WHEREAS the members of the Transit Safety and Enforcement Bargaining Unit and the Transit Supervisors Bargaining Unit have ratified the tentative agreements; and WHEREAS the tentative agreements are affordable and fair to taxpayers and our employees; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Transit Commission recommends that City Council ratify the two tentativ
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
C. McKenney
M. Qaqish
J. Watson (a)
T. Nussbaum (a)

ITEM: MOTIONS OF WHICH NOTICE HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY GIVEN

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: WHEREAS in 1910 women delegates from around the world met in Copenhagen to propose that Women’s Day become an international event to promote equal rights for women; and WHEREAS the first International Women’s Day was held in 1911; and WHEREAS in 1977, the United Nations officially called for all countries to mark a day for the recognition of women's economic, political and social achievements; and WHEREAS the year 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the first women in Canada winning the right to vote; and WHEREAS every year thousands of events are held around the world to inspire, celebrate and honour women; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT Ottawa City Council declare March 8, 2016, to be International Women’s Day in the City of Ottawa.
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish
Motion To: WHEREAS on September 9, 2015, Council approved the Streetside Spots Pilot Project Report (ACS2015-PAI-PMG-0151); and WHEREAS the Streetside Spots Pilot Project Report stated that the streetside spots fee structure for patios and vending stalls would align with the outdoor patio permit fee structure; and WHEREAS Council approved the Outdoor Patio Review Report (ACS2015-PAI-PGM-0060) on April 29, 2015, which included the patio fee set at a daily rate of $1.18 per square metre; and WHEREAS Council approved Motion 23/6 on December 9, 2015, that froze the 2016 patio fees at 2015 rates; WHEREAS staff has determined that, based on the 2015 actuals, Council will exceed the 2016 revenue projections for patio fees even if the patio fees are frozen at 2015 rates; WHEREAS streetside spot fees were not specifically addressed within Motion 23/6; therefore not freezing those rates at 2015 outdoor patio fee rates; and WHEREAS a maximum of 25 parking spots can be approved based on the pilot Streetside Spots pro
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish
Motion To: WHEREAS in July 2015 the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) ruled that large cable and telecom providers would have to make their new fiber-optic infrastructure available to smaller competitors; and WHEREAS the decision made by the CRTC aims to promote competition and affordable internet for Canadians including those residents living in the City of Ottawa; and WHEREAS in the fall of 2015 a request was filed with the Governor in-Council to review and vary the Commission’s decision; and WHEREAS a final decision has not yet been made by the Federal Government with regards to this request to review and vary so the City of Ottawa still has an opportunity to share its position; and WHEREAS other major municipalities, such as Calgary, have expressed their support for the CRTC decision and where the City of Toronto recently carried a similar motion requesting council support competitive and affordable internet prices. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the City of Ottawa su
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R. Chiarelli
M. Fleury
R. Brockington
D. Deans
J. Leiper
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
S. Moffatt
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Harder
J. Cloutier
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
A. Hubley
J. Watson
M. Qaqish

ITEM: MOTIONS REQUIRING SUSPENSION OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: That the Rules of Procedure be waived, due to the time constraints associated with the construction schedule for the Bayshore Shopping Centre Redevelopment Project, to consider the following motion: WHEREAS PCL Constructors, on behalf of Ivanhoé Cambridge and KingSett Capital (the proponents) have approached the City of Ottawa with respect to the Bayshore Shopping Centre Redevelopment Project; and WHEREAS an issue of concern is access to the shopping centre during its normal business hours during the construction period; and WHEREAS, in order to minimize disruption to the public and to public transit services accessing the shopping centre, the proponents have requested that the construction commence at 5:00 a.m.; and WHEREAS noise from construction and related works of privately-run projects beyond certain hours and beyond 11 days is not currently permitted under the Noise By-law 2004-253, and therefore a waiver of the By-law is required for this project; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the foll
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S. Moffatt
R. Chiarelli
E. El-Chantiry
D. Chernushenko
S. Blais
M. Fleury
M. Taylor
B. Monette
J. Cloutier
R. Brockington
G. Darouze
M. Wilkinson
S. Qadri
K. Egli
D. Deans
J. Mitic
T. Tierney
J. Leiper
A. Hubley
J. Watson
C. McKenney
T. Nussbaum
M. Qaqish
J. Harder (a)

ITEM: NOTICES OF MOTION (FOR CONSIDERATION AT SUBSEQUENT MEETING)

Motion Yes No Absent/Recused
Motion To: WHEREAS, despite the fact that the City of Ottawa uses multiple initiatives to calm traffic and reduce the speed of traffic, residents continue to identify that speeding on local streets is an on-going problem and a significant safety issue in Ottawa; and WHEREAS the Ottawa Police Chief has identified traffic enforcement as one of his top three priorities and he has confirmed that he supports the use of technology to help keep our roads safe, including speed monitoring devices like photo radar; and WHEREAS the Province of Ontario initiated the use of photo radar on provincial highways in 1994, but this was discontinued following the change of government less than one year later for what was considered by many to be political rather than safety reasons; and WHEREAS a number of municipalities in Ontario have asked the provincial government to allow local governments to use photo radar and/or other technology to address speeding on local streets and there is a benefit to Ottawa residents to addi
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Motion To: WHEREAS the provision of quality paramedic services within established response times is a priority of Council and expected by the community; and WHEREAS there has been a twenty-three (23) per cent increase in paramedic response volumes over the past five (5) years; and WHEREAS as a result of increasing response volumes, designated rural resources are often required to respond to the urban core where demand is greatest; and WHEREAS consequently, this creates a greater reliance on surrounding municipalities, which are then required to respond to the City’s rural wards; and WHEREAS Council has directed staff to complete a review of paramedic services to identify current and future operational needs and efficiency opportunities, which is anticipated to be completed this spring, but there is an immediate need for twelve (12) new paramedics to respond to the current situation; and WHEREAS there is a requirement for four (4) additional emergency response vehicles to support the additional twelve (1
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Motion To: WHEREAS, in 2005, municipalities were granted the ability to invest in longer-term corporate bonds and Canadian equity investments via only the One Investment Program and, and the One Investment Program and demonstrated strong investment returns for municipalities within these ‘new’ investment sectors; and WHEREAS the institutional portfolio managers utilized by the One Investment Program recommend that the Prudent Investor Standard approach is a more appropriate approach to investing; and WHEREASoperatingmunicipalinvestmentsunderthePrudentInvestorStandardis precluded by the Municipal Act, Eligible Investments, in its current form; and WHEREAS, on October 28, 2015, City Council approved that the Mayor send a letter to the Minister of Finance and Minister of Municipal Affairs asking that the Municipal Act, 2001 and Ontario Regulation 438/97 amended to Ontario Regulation 399/02 be amended as follows: Specific to the City of Ottawa Endowment Fund (Ontario Regulation 399/02) • The addition of
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Public Comment Contact Information

Everyone is entitled to attend committee meetings and provide a verbal statement (up to 5 minutes long) before Councillors vote on each agenda item. If you are not able to attend a meeting, you can also email your comments to councillors. Either way, your statements become part of the official record - and this is the single most important step to shaping the outcome of your city.

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stephen.blais@ottawa.ca, riley.brockington@ottawa.ca, david.chernushenko@ottawa.ca, rick.chiarelli@ottawa.ca, jean.cloutier@ottawa.ca, george.darouze@ottawa.ca, diane.deans@ottawa.ca, keith.egli@ottawa.ca, eli.el-chantiry@ottawa.ca, mathieu.fleury@ottawa.ca, jan.harder@ottawa.ca, allan.hubley@ottawa.ca, jeff.leiper@ottawa.ca, catherine.mckenney@ottawa.ca, jody.mitic@ottawa.ca, scott.moffatt@ottawa.ca, bob.monette@ottawa.ca, tobi.nussbaum@ottawa.ca, shad.qadri@ottawa.ca, michael.qaqish@ottawa.ca, mark.taylor@ottawa.ca, timothy.tierney@ottawa.ca, jim.watson@ottawa.ca, marianne.wilkinson@ottawa.ca

Committee Members:
Name Last Email Phone
Stephen Blais stephen.blais@ottawa.ca 613-580-2489
Riley Brockington riley.brockington@ottawa.ca
David Chernushenko david.chernushenko@ottawa.ca 613-580-2487
Rick Chiarelli rick.chiarelli@ottawa.ca 613-580-2478
Jean Cloutier jean.cloutier@ottawa.ca
George Darouze george.darouze@ottawa.ca
Diane Deans diane.deans@ottawa.ca 613-580-2480
Keith Egli keith.egli@ottawa.ca 613-580-2479
Eli El-Chantiry eli.el-chantiry@ottawa.ca 613-580-2475
Mathieu Fleury mathieu.fleury@ottawa.ca 613-580-2482
Jan Harder jan.harder@ottawa.ca 613-580-2473
Allan Hubley allan.hubley@ottawa.ca 613-580-2752
Jeff Leiper jeff.leiper@ottawa.ca
Catherine McKenney catherine.mckenney@ottawa.ca
Jody Mitic jody.mitic@ottawa.ca
Scott Moffatt scott.moffatt@ottawa.ca 613-580-2491
Bob Monette bob.monette@ottawa.ca 613-580-2471
Tobi Nussbaum tobi.nussbaum@ottawa.ca
Shad Qadri shad.qadri@ottawa.ca 613-580-2476
Michael Qaqish michael.qaqish@ottawa.ca
Mark Taylor mark.taylor@ottawa.ca 613-580-2477
Tim Tierney timothy.tierney@ottawa.ca 613-580-2481
Jim Watson jim.watson@ottawa.ca 613-580-2496
Marianne Wilkinson marianne.wilkinson@ottawa.ca 613-580-2474