What if? New report paints scenarios for the future of Ottawa

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A report that casts ahead to Ottawa 50-plus years from now contains some eye-opening scenarios. One scenario painted in Ottawa Next: Beyond 2036 suggests Ottawa-Gatineau will be part of a “mega-region” with Toronto and Montreal in order to compete in the global market for talent and investment, aided by high-speed trains to Montreal in an […]

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