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Biden visits Ottawa: Here are the road closures and traffic disruptions

Some Ottawa roads will be fully closed and others will experience temporary closures during U.S. President Joe Biden's visit on Thursday and Friday.

Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will arrive in Ottawa Thursday around 6:30 p.m. Thursday and, during the two-day visit, Biden is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Governor General Mary Simon.

Watch and listen to U.S. President Joe Biden's visit to Canada on CBC News: Special live coverage starts Friday at 1 p.m. ET on CBC TV, CBC News Network, CBC Gem, the CBC News App and YouTube, and at 1:30 p.m. ET on CBC Radio and the CBC Listen app. 

Biden will also deliver an address to Parliament.

The City of Ottawa said it is working closely with the RCMP, Ottawa police and other security partners to maintain safety throughout the visit.

Biden's visit likely won't affect the Thursday morning commute, the city said, but "the exact details and timing of road closures and other impacts to city services may be communicated at the last minute" for security reasons.

Roads, bridges and bus routes affected

The following roads will be fully closed from 4 p.m. Thursday to 11 p.m. on Friday:

Wellington Street between Metcalfe Street and Mackenzie Avenue.

Rideau Street between Mackenzie and Dalhousie Street.

Elgin Street between Queen and Wellington streets.

Mackenzie between Murray and Rideau streets.

Colonel By Drive between Daly Avenue and Rideau.

Sussex Drive between Rideau and George streets.

The Macdonald-Cartier and Alexandra bridges will also see temporary closures in both directions for all traffic, including cyclists and pedestrians. The Portage bridge will remain open. The Chaudière bridge is closed to vehicle traffic until the end of March for work related to the Union Bridge rehabilitation and Hull Causeway widening project.

People should avoid unnecessary travel around the affected locations during the visit, or plan possible alternate routes, the city said.

Some bus routes will also be affected, with all bus services detoured from Rideau Street to Mackenzie King Bridge on Thursday and Friday. Some buses and Para Transpo service will also experience delays because of road closures and detours. O-Train Line 1 service will operate as usual.

The city's online traffic map will have live updates on all closures, detours and traffic impacts.

Temporary road closures may last several hours

Traffic disruptions will be expected on the following roads on Thursday and Friday, and temporary closures could last several hours.

The following roads will have temporary disruptions on Thursday:

Airport Parkway between the Ottawa International Airport and Bronson Avenue.

Bronson Avenue between Findlay Avenue and Airport Parkway.

Colonel By Drive between Hog's Back Road and Daly Avenue.

Sussex Drive between George Street and Princess Avenue.

The following roads will have temporary disruptions on Friday:

Wellington Street (westbound) between Kent and Metcalfe streets.

Wellington (eastbound) between Lyon and Metcalfe streets.

Metcalfe between Queen and Wellington streets.

O'Connor Street between Queen and Wellington.

Bank Street between Queen and Wellington.

Sussex Drive between Rideau Street and Princess Avenue.

Princess Avenue between Sir George-Étienne Parkway and Sussex Drive.

Sir George-Étienne Parkway between Bearbrook Road and Princess Avenue.

Aviation Parkway north of Montreal Road.

Airport Parkway between the Ottawa International Airport and Bronson Avenue.

Bronson between Holmwood Avenue and Airport Parkway.

Colonel By Drive between Hog's Back Road and Daly Avenue.

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U.S. President Joe Biden has touched down in Ottawa for his first official visit to Canada since winning the presidency more than two years ago — and the trip could be an opportunity for the two countries to cut some deals.

Biden's two-day visit started with a meeting with the King's representative in Canada, Gov. Gen. Mary Simon, who greeted the president as he stepped off his hulking Air Force One jet.

Biden, dressed in a navy blue overcoat amid inclement weather, cracked jokes as he spoke with Simon and her husband, author Whit Fraser, and the other dignitaries assembled on the tarmac for his arrival.

Later, Biden and Simon were heard talking about the devastation caused by recent forest fires in the American West.

President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, are pictured.

Simon told Biden how climate change has scarred her home region, the Arctic.

"That's one of the things I want to talk to the prime minister about," Biden said.

A statement from Simon's office said the two also discussed reconciliation, the war in Ukraine and the ongoing crisis in Haiti.

"Canada's true history is interwoven with that of our closest neighbour — as partners and allies in the face of a world filled with challenges, complexities and pressing global concerns," Simon said in her statement. "What endures is a relationship of trust, support and resilience."

Mounties dressed in the red serge and U.S. security officials tracked Biden's every move.

U.S. President Joe Biden is pictured with Gov. Gen. Mary Simon.

After his time with Simon and Fraser, Biden and his wife, Jill, travelled to Rideau Cottage, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's residence, for what the White House is calling an "intimate gathering" away from cameras and officials.

Trudeau and Biden shook hands and briefly discussed the weather. They then posed for photos on the steps of Rideau Cottage before retreating inside.

Other events planned for the trip include Biden's address to Parliament on Friday and a series of meetings with Trudeau and other high-level Canadian officials. There will also be a "pull aside" at some point with Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre.

The first lady is also on hand for the visit. It's a chance to "build on her friendship" with the prime minister's wife Sophie, said White House spokesperson John Kirby. The two embraced when the Bidens arrived at Rideau Cottage.

There's a "spousal program" planned for the two, including a stop at the National Gallery of Canada for an exhibition on Canadian female artists. Biden's wife will also learn how to curl at the city's Rideau Curling Club.

Canada will then host the Bidens for a dinner at the Aviation and Space Museum. Hundreds of dignitaries have been invited.

President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden are greeted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau at Rideau Cottage.

While Trudeau said ahead of the trip that he wanted to get Biden out of Ottawa (in January, he floated the idea of taking Biden to a factory to meet workers "building Canada, North America's future"), the president and his wife aren't expected to leave the nation's capital.

Watch and listen to U.S. President Joe Biden's first official visit to Canada on CBC News: Special live coverage starts Friday at 1 p.m. ET on CBC TV, CBC News Network, CBC Gem , the CBC News App and YouTube , and at 1:30 p.m. ET on CBC Radio and the CBC Listen app.

The last U.S. president to spend the night in Canada on a non-summit visit was George W. Bush in 2004.

The plan for Biden's visit is quite different from Bush's trip, which happened just months after the U.S. invaded Iraq.

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"This visit is about taking stock of where we are, what we've done and what we need to prioritize," Kirby told a Wednesday briefing with reporters ahead of the trip.

"We're going to talk about our two democracies stepping up to meet the challenges of our time. That includes taking concrete steps to increase defence spending, driving a global race to the top on clean energy and building prosperous and inclusive economies."

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Unlike some previous presidents, Biden did not make Canada his first foreign stop after taking the top job. In fact, Biden's early days were marked by some tensions with Canada.

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At the height of the COVID vaccine supply crunch, the Biden White House ruled out sending some of its supply to partners like Canada. It later sent some AstraZeneca shots, which weren't widely used south of the border.

Persistent U.S. challenges to Canada's supply-managed dairy sector continue to upset the Canada-U.S. relationship, and the softwood lumber file remains an irritant.

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The U.S. agreed to amend its lucrative electric vehicle tax credit to include vehicles assembled in Canada — a reversal that prompted considerable relief in Ottawa.

After months of haggling, Canada and the U.S. also recently came to an agreement to keep the popular NEXUS trusted traveller program operational.

The U.S. wanted legal protections for its border officials that the Liberal government said threatened Canadian sovereignty. The workaround will make the application process a little more cumbersome, but at least the program lives on.

Canada and the U.S. also have signed a series of commitments on semiconductor production and critical minerals — part of a coordinated attempt to challenge China's hegemony in these areas.

These recent victories might explain why Canada is prepared to roll out the red carpet for Biden.

The visit could be a chance to sign some other win-win deals, said Maryscott Greenwood, CEO of the Canadian American Business Council and an expert on cross-border relations.

She said further action on critical minerals is likely — the U.S. is eager to get its hands on these valuable manufacturing inputs and there are only so many places around the world that can supply them.

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Economy on top of agenda as Biden makes first visit to Canada as President

Greenwood said the president's visit is "quite significant" for bilateral relations.

While the two men have met on the sidelines of some summits, there's nothing like a face-to-face on Canadian soil, she said.

"It causes the entire bureaucracy of the U.S. to basically stop whatever it's doing and focus on Canada. That's a positive," she said.

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Upcoming traffic and transit disruptions across Ottawa from March 23 to 24

by Team Stittsville | Mar 22, 2023 | Information

Upcoming traffic and transit disruptions across Ottawa from March 23 to 24

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There are upcoming significant traffic and transit disruptions planned across Ottawa between Thursday, March 23 and Friday, March 24 due to a visit from the President of the United States and First Lady of the United States.

The City of Ottawa is working closely with the RCMP, the Ottawa Police Service and other security partners to ensure that the safety of the President, the First Lady and our residents is maintained during the visit. As a result, traffic disruptions will be experienced during limited times on the following roads below. Some temporary closures may last multiple hours:

  • Airport Parkway, between the Ottawa International Airport and Bronson Avenue
  • Bronson Avenue, between Findlay Avenue and Airport Parkway
  • Colonel By Drive, between Hog’s Back Road and Daly Avenue
  • Sussex Drive, between George Street and Princess Drive
  • Wellington Street (westbound), between Kent and Metcalfe streets
  • Wellington Street (eastbound), between Lyon and Metcalfe streets
  • Metcalfe Street, between Queen and Wellington streets
  • O’Connor Street, between Queen and Wellington streets
  • Bank Street, between Queen and Wellington streets
  • Sussex Drive, between Rideau Street and Princess Avenue
  • Princess Drive, between Sir George-Étienne Parkway and Sussex Drive
  • Sir George-Étienne Parkway, between Bearbrook Road and Princess Drive
  • Aviation Parkway, north of Montreal Road
  • Bronson Avenue, between Holmwood Avenue and Airport Parkway
  • Wellington Street, between Metcalfe Street and Mackenzie Avenue
  • Rideau Street, between Mackenzie Avenue and Dalhousie Street
  • Elgin Street, between Queen and Wellington streets
  • Mackenzie Avenue, between Murray and Rideau streets
  • Colonel By Drive, between Daly Avenue and Rideau Street
  • Sussex Drive, between Rideau Street and George Street

The morning commute on Thursday, March 23 is not expected to be impacted, however, for security reasons, the exact details and timing of road closures and other impacts to City services may be communicated at the last minute. We appreciate your patience and understanding as this visit takes place.

During motorcade movement, the Macdonald-Cartier and Alexandra bridges will have intermittent and temporary closures in both directions for all vehicular, cyclist and pedestrian traffic. The Portage and Chaudière bridges remain open in both directions.

Advice for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians

If possible, residents should avoid unnecessary travel around these locations between March 23 and 24. If you need to travel, please allow for additional time, pay attention to signage and detours, and plan possible alternate routes.

The City’s online traffic map will have live updates on traffic impacts. Select “incidents” to see roads currently affected.  You can also follow the City of Ottawa’s traffic account on Twitter .

  Advice for transit users

O-Train Line 1 service will operate as regularly scheduled. Some OC Transpo bus routes and Para Transpo service will experience travel delays due to road closures and various routes will experience detours during select time periods. Bus service will be detoured from Rideau Street to Mackenzie King Bridge on March 23 and 24.

Customers can stay up to date on the latest transit information by visiting  octranspo.com , calling 613-560-5000 or following OC Transpo’s  Twitter account.  Para Transpo customers can use the MyPara Transpo app to find the latest information available about their trip.

Advice for business and property owners

  • Communicate any operating changes to customers using social media channels, signage, etc.
  • Advise of any anticipated or actual customer access issues for delivery, takeout, curbside pickup, appointments, etc.
  • Connect with neighbouring businesses to communicate your operating plans and encourage them to reach out to customers and employees.
  • Appointment-based businesses should communicate that travel time to and through downtown will likely be impacted at various times and clients should plan ahead to avoid delays and missed appointments.
  • Advise staff to plan accordingly and prepare for delays – whether they are traveling by vehicle, transit or cycling.
  • Connect with suppliers in advance to advise of possible access impacts/intermittent road closures and confirm delivery times and availability of curbside loading zones.

Waste and recycling collection

At this time, the City is not anticipating an impact to residential waste collection as a result of the visit. Residents can stay informed of curbside collection delays by signing up at ottawa.ca/CollectionCalendar to receive important service alerts by e-mail, phone or Twitter. Residents may also download the free Ottawa Collection Calendar mobile app for Apple and Android devices.

Stay informed

  • Keep track of the latest City service impacts by visiting ottawa.ca/POTUSvisit and following the City of Ottawa on Facebook and Twitter .
  • Follow the City of Ottawa’s traffic account on Twitter and check out the online traffic map .
  • Follow OC Transpo Live on Twitter for the latest service updates.
  • Follow the RCMP and OPS on Twitter for other updates during the visit.

Ottawa is a safe and inclusive city for everyone

The City of Ottawa is responsible for ensuring residents feel safe in their community and in accessing the programs, businesses, services and supports that the City has to offer. The City values a diversity of minds, perspectives and lived experiences.

The road closures and increased security presence during the visit may be cause for stress and worry. The impact of a stressful event can be immediate or delayed and those affected can feel a range of emotions and reactions. If you are experiencing stress, worry or any negative emotions, reach out for help. Call the  Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region  at 613-238-3311 for services in English or French. Someone will be there to listen, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

For more information on City programs and services, visit  ottawa.ca ,  call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401) or 613-580-2400 to contact the City using Canada Video Relay Service. You can also connect with us through  Facebook ,  Twitter  and  Instagram .

Perturbations de la circulation et du transport en commun prévues à Ottawa du 23 au 24 mars

D’importantes perturbations de la circulation et du transport en commun sont prévues à Ottawa du jeudi 23 mars au vendredi 24 mars, en raison de la visite du président et de la première dame des États-Unis.

La Ville d’Ottawa travaille en étroite collaboration avec la GRC, le  Service  de  police  d’Ottawa et d’autres partenaires de sécurité pour assurer le maintien de la sécurité du président, de la première dame et de nos résidents pendant la visite. Par conséquent, il y aura des perturbations pendant des périodes limitées sur les routes suivantes. Certaines perturbations temporaires pourraient durer plusieurs heures :

  • Promenade de l’Aéroport, entre l’Aéroport international d’Ottawa et l’avenue Bronson
  • Avenue Bronson, entre l’avenue Findlay et la promenade de l’Aéroport
  • Promenade Colonel-By, entre le chemin Hog’s Back et l’avenue Daly
  • Promenade Sussex, entre la rue George et l’avenue Princess
  • Rue Wellington (en direction ouest), entre les rues Kent et Metcalfe
  • Rue Wellington (en direction est), entre les rues Lyon et Metcalfe
  • Rue Metcalfe, entre les rues Queen et Wellington
  • Rue O’Connor, entre les rues Queen et Wellington
  • Rue Bank, entre les rues Queen et Wellington
  • Promenade Sussex, entre la rue Rideau et l’avenue Princess
  • Avenue Princess, entre la promenade Sir-George-Étienne-Cartier et la promenade Sussex
  • Promenade Sir-George-Étienne-Cartier, entre le chemin Bearbrook et l’avenue Princess
  • Promenade de l’Aviation, au nord du chemin de Montréal
  • Avenue Bronson, entre l’avenue Holmwood et la promenade de l’Aéroport
  • Rue Wellington, entre la rue Metcalfe et l’avenue Mackenzie
  • Rue Rideau, entre l’avenue Mackenzie et la rue Dalhousie
  • Rue Elgin, entre les rues Queen et Wellington
  • Avenue Mackenzie, entre les rues Murray et Rideau
  • Promenade Colonel-By, entre l’avenue Daly et la rue Rideau
  • Promenade Sussex, entre les rues Rideau et George

On ne s’attend pas à des répercussions sur les déplacements du matin, le jeudi 23 mars. Toutefois, pour des raisons de sécurité, les heures exactes, les détails des fermetures de rues et des autres conséquences sur les services de la Ville pourraient être annoncés à la dernière minute. Nous vous remercions de votre patience et de votre compréhension pendant le déroulement de cette visite.

Lors des déplacements de l’escorte de sécurité motorisée, les ponts Macdonald-Cartier et Alexandra feront l’objet de fermetures de voies par intermittence dans les deux directions pour la circulation de tous les véhicules, les cyclistes et les piétons. Les ponts Portage et Chaudière demeureront ouverts dans les deux directions.

Conseils à l’intention des véhicules, des cyclistes et des piétons

Dans la mesure du possible, les résidents doivent éviter les déplacements non nécessaires à ces endroits du 23 au 24 mars. Si vous devez vous déplacer, veuillez prévoir davantage de temps, porter attention aux panneaux et aux détours, et envisager d’emprunter d’autres itinéraires.

La carte de la circulation en ligne de la Ville affichera des mises à jour en direct sur les perturbations de la circulation. Sélectionnez « Incidents » pour voir les routes qui seront touchées à ce moment. Vous pouvez également consulter le compte Twitter sur la circulation de la Ville d’Ottawa.

  Conseils à l’intention des usagers des transports en commun

La ligne 1 de l’O-Train sera en service selon l’horaire régulier. Certains circuits d’OC Transpo et le service Para Transpo accuseront des retards en raison des fermetures de rues, et certains circuits feront l’objet de détours durant certaines périodes déterminées. Le service d’autobus sera dévié de la rue Rideau au pont Mackenzie King les 23 et 24 mars.

Les usagers peuvent rester au courant des dernières mises à jour sur le transport en commun en consultant octranspo.com , en composant le 613‑560‑5000 ou en suivant le compte Twitter d’OC Transpo. Les clients de Para Transpo peuvent utiliser l’application MyPara Transpo pour prendre connaissance des tout derniers renseignements sur leurs déplacements.

Conseils à l’intention des propriétaires d’entreprises et des propriétaires fonciers

  • Communiquez tout changement à vos activités aux clients en faisant appel aux réseaux de médias sociaux, à des panneaux indicateurs, etc.
  • Avisez les clients des problèmes anticipés ou actuels quant à la livraison, la commande de plats à emporter ou à livrer, le ramassage, les rendez-vous, etc.
  • Communiquez avec les commerces du secteur pour les aviser de vos plans d’activités et encouragez-les à communiquer avec les clients et les employés.
  • Les commerces sur rendez-vous devraient aviser leurs clients que les temps de déplacement pour se rendre au centre-ville ou pour le traverser seront vraisemblablement touchés à divers moments, et qu’ils devraient planifier pour éviter les retards et les rendez-vous manqués.
  • Avisez les employés de planifier en conséquence et de s’attendre à des retards, qu’ils se déplacent en voiture, en autobus ou à vélo.
  • Communiquez à l’avance avec vos fournisseurs pour les aviser des répercussions possibles sur l’accès et des fermetures de rues par intermittence, et confirmez avec eux les heures de livraison et l’accessibilité des zones de chargement en bordure de rue.

Collecte des déchets et des matières recyclables

Pour l’instant, la Ville n’anticipe aucune répercussion sur la collecte des déchets et des matières recyclables en raison de la visite. Les résidents peuvent s’informer sur les retards de collecte en bordure de rue en s’inscrivant à ottawa.ca/calendrierdelacollecte pour recevoir d’importantes alertes de service par courriel, par téléphone ou sur Twitter. Les résidents peuvent également télécharger l’application mobile gratuite de la collecte d’Ottawa sur leur appareil Apple ou Androïd .

Informez-vous

  • Suivez les dernières répercussions sur les services municipaux en consultant ottawa.ca/visitePRESEU et en suivant la Ville d’Ottawa sur Facebook et Twitter .
  • Suivez le compte Twitter sur la circulation de la Ville d’Ottawa et consultez aussi la carte de la circulation en ligne .
  • Suivez OC Transpo en direct sur Twitter pour les dernières mises à jour de service.
  • Suivez la GRC et SPO sur Twitter pour d’autres mises à jour durant la visite.

Ottawa est une ville sûre et inclusive pour tous

La Ville d’Ottawa est chargée de veiller à ce que les résidents se sentent en sécurité dans leur communauté et lorsqu’ils accèdent aux programmes, entreprises, services et soutiens que la municipalité leur offre. La Ville valorise la diversité des esprits, des  perspectives  et des expériences vécues.

Les fermetures de rues et la présence accrue de la sécurité durant la visite pourraient constituer une source de stress et d’inquiétude. Les effets d’un événement stressant peuvent être ressentis immédiatement ou plus tard, et les personnes touchées peuvent ressentir toutes sortes d’émotions et réagir différemment. Si vous éprouvez du stress, de l’anxiété ou des émotions négatives, sollicitez de l’aide. Si vous avez besoin de soutien, appelez le Centre de détresse d’Ottawa et la région en composant le 613‑238‑3311. Il y aura toujours une personne présente pour vous écouter, 24 heures sur 24, 7 jours sur 7.

Pour en savoir plus sur les programmes et services de la Ville, consultez Ottawa.ca/fr , composez le 3‑1‑1 (ATS : 613‑580‑2401) ou le 613‑580‑2400 pour nous joindre au moyen du Service de relais vidéo canadien. Vous pouvez également communiquer avec nous sur Facebook , Twitter et Instagram .

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Details of U.S. President Joe Biden's official visit to Canada announced

U.S. President Joe Biden will be making an official visit to Canada between March 23 and 24 to meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and his trip to the nation's capital will include an address to Parliament.

Details of the coming trip— Biden's first to Canada since becoming president in January 2021—were confirmed by Prime Minister's Office (PMO) and the White House on Thursday.

“President Biden will reaffirm the United States’ commitment to the U.S.-Canada partnership and promote our shared security, shared prosperity, and shared values,” said White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre in a statement.

Among the pressing cross-border issues that are set to be on the agenda: the role of Norad in defending North America including the Arctic in light of the recent takedown of unidentified aerial objects including a Chinese spy balloon that traversed both Canadian and American airspace, and modernizing the Safe Third Country Agreement amid irregular crossing tensions.

Other topics both sides say will come up: allies’ continued support for Ukraine and desire to see Russia held to account, the Canada United States Mexico Agreement (CUSMA), critical mineral supply chains, climate change’s prompting of the need to pivot to clean energy, the ongoing instability in Haiti, and the opioid crisis

“Canada and the United States are allies, neighbours, and most importantly, friends. As we face increasing global uncertainty, we will continue working together as we defend our continent and our shared values, create more opportunities for people and businesses on both sides of the border, and build strong economies as reliable suppliers as we move toward a net-zero world," Trudeau said in a statement.

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"I look forward to welcoming President Biden to Canada.”

According to Jean-Pierre, Biden will use his speech to Parliament to "highlight the importance of the United States-Canada bilateral relationship."

Trudeau and Biden have met several times in recent years on the sidelines of various international summits, including recently at the North American Leaders’ Summit in Mexico City where plans for a visit were first confirmed. 

On this visit to Canada, Biden will be joined by First Lady of the United States Jill Biden, who may hold events of her own, though a detailed itinerary of the two-day trip, hasn't yet been provided.

According to a statement from the PMO, the visit will allow the two leaders to "continue working closely together to strengthen trade ties, create good jobs, grow the middle class, and drive economic growth that benefits everyone on both sides of the border."

While Biden's visit has been delayed in part by COVID-19 travel restrictions, the trip marks a return to a customary practice that newly-elected U.S. presidents make a visit north early in their term.

Former U.S. president Donald Trump did not make an official visit to Canada during his time in the White House, however he did come for a brief but memorable G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Que. in 2018. 

Biden was last in Ottawa on official business when he was the guest of honour at a state dinner in December 2016 -- just weeks before Trump took office -- where he exclaimed, "Vive le Canada."

Back in 2020 on the heels of their election, MPs unanimously agreed to invite Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris to visit Canada as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic was under control in both countries.

At the time, MPs invited Biden to address Parliament. The last U.S. president to address Canadian parliamentarians was Barack Obama in June 2016. 

With files from CTV News Ottawa Bureau Chief Joyce Napier

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RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are coming to Raleigh on Tuesday.

According to a White House press release, Biden and Harris will deliver remarks and participate in a campaign reception.

One of their stops will be in a Raleigh fundraiser event.

The White House said there are more details to come.

First Lady Jill Biden visited the Tar Heel state last week as part of the White House Initiative on Women's Health Research. She delivered remarks on women's health research in Durham.

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"So many of us and so many of the women in our lives suffer from health conditions for which we simply don't have the answers or solutions," she said.

In her remarks, Biden called women's health a top priority for her husband's administration. She even announced that the administration would allocate $200 million in fiscal year 2025 toward women's health research.

"Together we can write a new future for healthcare. A future where women leave doctor's offices with more answers than questions," she said.

VP Harris also made a trip to North Carolina earlier this month ahead of Super Tuesday. She spoke in Durham and strengthening entrepreneurship and supporting small businesses, specifically focusing on the city's historic Black Wall Street to help black entrepreneurs launch and scale their businesses.

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Here are the Ottawa road closures and traffic interruptions for this week – starting Oct. 22

OTTAWA, ON, Oct. 22, 2021 – The CIty of Ottawa has announced its weekly traffic interruptions. The following projects will impact Ottawa traffic in the coming days.

Greenbank Road, between Jockvale Road and Cambrian Road, will be closed in both directions from 8 pm on Friday, October 22 until 6 am on Monday, October 25for a culvert replacement. Local access will be maintained. Pedestrians and cyclists will be accommodated through the construction zone.

Bank Street, once again from Mitch Owens Road to Rideau Road, will be closed in both directions from 7 pm on Friday, October 22 until 5 am on Monday, October 25 for the installation of a culvert. A signed detour will be in place and local access will be maintained.

Colonel By Drive will be closed southbound from Daly Avenue to Hawthorne Avenue starting Monday, October 25 until late December 2021. This is to accommodate intersection upgrades at Main Street, and storm sewer installation along Colonel By Drive between Hawthorne Avenue and Main Street. Alternate routes include Elgin Street or King Edward Avenue. Northbound lanes will remain open. Cyclist and pedestrian access will be maintained.

The following Highway 174 ramps and lanes will be closed for Stage 2 LRT roadwork:

  • Highway 174 eastbound lanes between Champlain Street and Trim Road will be closed until 5:30 am on Monday, October 25.
  • The eastbound on-ramp from Champlain Street will be closed until 5:30 am on Monday, October 25.
  • The eastbound off-ramp to Tenth Line Road will be closed until 5:30 am on Monday, October 25.
  • The eastbound on-ramp from Saint Joseph Road at Tenth Line Road will be closed until 5:30 am on Monday, October 25.
  • The westbound on-ramp from northbound Jeanne d’Arc will be closed nightly between 9 pm and 5:30 am until Saturday, October 23.
  • The westbound on-ramp from southbound Tenth Line Road will be closed nightly between 9 pm and 5:30 am from Monday, October 25 until Wednesday, October 27.
  • The westbound off-ramp to Tenth Line Road will be closed nightly between 9 pm and 5:30 am from Monday, October 25 until Wednesday, October 27.

The following Highway 417 ramps and lanes will be closed for Stage 2 LRT roadwork:

  • The westbound off-ramp to Pinecrest Road will close at 8 pm on Tuesday, November 2 until summer 2023. Visit: 417 westbound off-ramp at Pinecrest to close November 2 for more information.

A section of Montreal Road under Highway 174 will be closed nightly between 10 pm and 5:30 am from Wednesday, October 27 until Saturday, October 30.

Southbound Montreal Road will be reduced to one lane under the OR 174 interchange from Thursday, September 30 until mid-November.

Edgeworth Avenue , between Lawn Avenue and Richmond Road, will be closed until Sunday, October 31. Local access will be maintained.

Byron Avenue is closed between Woodland Avenue and Harcourt Avenue daily from 7am to 5pm, until Sunday, October 31.

Byron Avenue is closed between Lockhart Avenue and Sherbourne Road daily from 7am to 5pm, until Sunday, October 31.

Riverside Drive southbound is reduced to one lane from Data Centre Road to Heron Road until June 2022.

The Westbound Highway 417 off-ramp to Bronson will be closed from 6am on Saturday, October 23 until 5 am on Monday, October 25.

The City of Ottawa advises, for updates on construction and roadwork activity across Ottawa, or for information about traffic and travel planning, visit the City’s traffic map or follow the City’s traffic account on Twitter .

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Biden, Obama, Clinton in NYC: Street closures, traffic impacts and more to know

Three presidents -- joe biden, barack obama and bill clinton -- are converging at radio city, and millions of dollars are flowing, by chris glorioso and ida siegal • published march 28, 2024 • updated on march 28, 2024 at 9:54 pm.

It's expected to be a dramatic show of force from Democrats as they look to secure a second term in the White House for President Joe Biden — and it'll be a show with heavy impacts on traffic around midtown Manhattan.

It will all be part of a one-of-a-kind event at Radio City Music Hall on Thursday, where Biden will share the stage with two of his predecessors: Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. Also joining will be A-list celebs like Lizzo, Queen Latifah and Stephen Colbert.

The fundraiser, which has been billed as "historic," could become chaotic for drivers and pedestrians, as police will shut down the busy streets for cars and limit where people on foot can go.

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Midtown Manhattan street closures

According to the NYPD, street closures will begin at noon Thursday, with 49th, 50th and 51st streets shut down to traffic between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue. Pedestrian traffic will be limited starting at 3 p.m.

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The NYPD could be seen lining 50th Street with metal barricades as part of the security preparations for the unprecedented fundraising event. The night of Democratic heavy hitters will come at a heavy price as well: tickets start at $250 each and go as high as $500,000 (no, that's not a typo).

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Terrifying video shows man chase woman on NYC street after following her on subway

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Funeral for former U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman to be held Friday morning in Connecticut

About 3,000 attendees are expected, adding to the hectic scene anticipated for this particular part of midtown. It will be heavily patrolled and essentially locked down. Those who work in the area may want to work from home if possible.

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Potential NYC Ferry service disruptions

The U.S. Coast Guard has also issued security restrictions at the Wall Street Heliport and could impact service on the NYC Ferry from 12:45 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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Service Alert – Anticipated Service Disruptions - 3/28 & 3/29 Due to US Coast Guard security restrictions surrounding the Wall Street Heliport and East River, potential disruptions and/or a temporary suspension of service may occur on all routes on Thursday 3/28 and Friday 3/29. — NYC Ferry (@NYCferry) March 27, 2024

The Biden camp had hoped to raise $15 million Thursday night, which it hopes to use to put Obama and Clinton to work on its behalf in battleground states. According to his campaign, it has surpassed expectations.

The Biden campaign says it is raising a whopping $25 million, setting a record for the biggest haul for a political event.

Thursday's event marks the third NYC fundraising trip in two months for Biden, though the other two were far more low-key. The fundraiser comes at a time when Biden already enjoys a cash advantage over his opponent. While Donald Trump’s campaign committee entered March with around $42 million, Biden’s team reported having more than $155 million on hand.

On social media, the Trump team has tried to raise money by criticizing the Radio City event while the former president spent part of the afternoon attending the wake for a slain NYPD officer .

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Ontario to take over Hwy. 174 in Ottawa's east end

Vehicles make their way on Highway 174 in Ottawa, on Thursday, March 28, 2024. The province announced Thursday that it will take over ownership of the highway, support the repairs of major connecting roads and open a new police station downtown. (Justin Tang/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

The Ontario government is giving the green light for the province to take over Highway 174, more than 25 years after the road in Ottawa's east end was downloaded to the municipality.

Premier Doug Ford announced a new $543 million agreement between the Ontario government and the city of Ottawa, which includes Ontario taking over responsibility of Ottawa Road 174.

"We're uploading Ottawa Road 174. That's going to be big," Ford told guests at the Mayor's Breakfast at the Shaw Centre.

"When we upload the roads, really the biggest issue on roads and highways is the maintenance so we're providing $9 million in immediate funding for maintenance. This will free up much needed room in the city's capital budget to invest in local priorities while ensuring this highway is in good repair for long term to support Ottawa's economy. Nothing is more important than infrastructure."

  • Ontario announces $543 million funding deal for city of Ottawa, including taking over Hwy. 174

Ford said the uploading of Ottawa Road 174 to Ontario will be "subject to due diligence."

Ottawa Road 174 runs from the interchange with Highway 417 to the city of Ottawa's limits at Canaan Road. 

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Ownership of Hwy. 174 has been a debate in Ottawa and at Queen's Park since the Progressive Conservative Government of former Premier Mike Harris downloaded the road to the city of Ottawa in 1997.

The city and MPPs have been petitioning the province to upload Ottawa Road 174 back into the provincial highway network for years. Orleans MPP Stephen Blais had introduced a motion calling on Ontario take over responsibility for the road.

According to the Ontario government, the new agreement between the city and province calls for Ontario to provide funding for maintenance and rehabilitation of Regional Road 174 while a three-stage phased assessment of potential provincial ownership.

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  1. U.S. Presidential visit impacts: March 23 to 24, 2023

    The road closures and increased security presence during the visit may be cause for stress and worry. ... For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca, call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401) or 613-580-2400 to contact the City using Canada Video Relay Service.

  2. Biden visits Ottawa: Here are the road closures and traffic disruptions

    Some Ottawa roads will be fully closed and others will experience temporary closures during U.S. President Joe Biden's visit on Thursday and Friday. Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will arrive in ...

  3. Biden visits Ottawa: What you need to know about day one

    Published March 23, 2023 1:00 a.m. PDT. Share. U.S. President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden arrived in Ottawa on a foggy Thursday evening, kicking off a whirlwind two-day visit to the ...

  4. Biden visit Ottawa: Road closures and transit disruptions

    Published March 22, 2023 1:00 a.m. PDT. U.S. President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, the First Lady, will be visiting Ottawa Thursday and Friday to meet with the governor general and the ...

  5. President Biden visits Ottawa March 23 to 24: Upcoming traffic and

    President Joe Biden and the first lady visit Ottawa. Here are the traffic disruptions you need to know about (March 23-24, 2023).

  6. Biden visits Ottawa: U.S. president wraps up two-day trip to Ottawa

    Road Closures. There will be several road closures and traffic disruptions in Ottawa today due to the president's visit. The following city of Ottawa roads will be closed until 11 p.m.:

  7. Biden visits Ottawa: Here are the road closures and traffic disruptions

    Some Ottawa roads will be fully closed and others will experience temporary closures during U.S. President Joe Biden's visit on Thursday and Friday. Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will arrive in Ottawa Thursday around 6:30 p.m. Thursday and, during the two-day visit, Biden is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Governor General Mary Simon. Watch and listen to U.S ...

  8. U.S. President Joe Biden arrives in Ottawa for a 2-day working visit

    U.S. President Joe Biden waves as he and First Lady Jill Biden exit Air Force One as they arrive at Ottawa International Airport, Thursday, March 23, 2023, in Ottawa, Canada. (Andrew Harnik/The ...

  9. Upcoming traffic and transit disruptions across Ottawa from March 23 to

    The road closures and increased security presence during the visit may be cause for stress and worry. The impact of a stressful event can be immediate or delayed and those affected can feel a range of emotions and reactions. ... For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca, call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401) or 613-580-2400 ...

  10. Joe Biden news: U.S. President makes official visit to Canada

    The U.S. president arrived on Parliament Hill Friday morning to a lot of fanfare and with "a lot to talk about," during his first official visit to Canada since taking office. Rolling up onto ...

  11. Joe Biden's Canada visit: Full itinerary details

    Published March 22, 2023 9:59 a.m. PDT. U.S. President Joe Biden has arrived in Canada, kicking off his short but long-awaited overnight official visit to Canada. During his stay in the nation's ...

  12. Traffic services

    For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca, call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401) or 613-580-2400 to contact the City using Canada Video Relay Service. You can also connect with us through Facebook , Twitter and Instagram .

  13. Joe Biden's Canada visit set for March 23 to 24

    Published March 9, 2023 1:02 p.m. PST. U.S. President Joe Biden will be making an official visit to Canada between March 23 and 24 to meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and his trip to the ...

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  15. Incidents, construction, and special events

    Ashley closed between 417 and Morrison due to construction. From Sunday, April 24 2022 to Wednesday, January 1 2025. Type: Construction. Created: 2022-04-25 11:19:00. Updated: 2023-05-18 09:06:00. Traffic Impact: Medium. Schedules: Start Time: 2022-04-24 03:30. End Time: 2025-01-01 17:00.

  16. President Joe Biden, VP Kamala Harris to visit Raleigh this week

    President Joe Biden, VP Kamala Harris to visit Raleigh this week . Monday, March 25, 2024 9:36AM. The White House said there are more details to come.

  17. Here are the Ottawa road closures and traffic interruptions for this

    The westbound off-ramp to Pinecrest Road will close at 8 pm on Tuesday, November 2 until summer 2023. Visit: 417 westbound off-ramp at Pinecrest to close November 2 for more information. A section of Montreal Road under Highway 174 will be closed nightly between 10 pm and 5:30 am from Wednesday, October 27 until Saturday, October 30.

  18. Upcoming protest may affect your Monday commute

    Temporary road closures may be required to accommodate a march in the downtown core in the afternoon. Although the streets impacted are not yet confirmed, information will be posted on social media as soon as it becomes available. ... For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca, call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401) or 613-580 ...

  19. Biden in NYC today with Obama, Clinton: see street closures here

    Biden, Obama, Clinton in NYC: Street closures, traffic impacts and more to know Three presidents -- Joe Biden, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton -- are converging at Radio City, and millions of ...

  20. Road closures for Ukrainian President Zelenskyy's visit to Ottawa

    Published Sept. 22, 2023 5:02 a.m. PDT. OTTAWA -. Temporary road closures are in place in Ottawa's downtown core Friday for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's visit to the capital ...

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    The detailed road map represents one of many map types and styles available. Look at Stavropol', Stavropol, Stavropol Krai, North Caucasus, Russia from different perspectives. Get free map for your website. Discover the beauty hidden in the maps. Maphill is more than just a map gallery. Search. Free map; west north east. south. 2D 4;

  22. Update: Road closures affecting Lees and Hawthorne avenues

    Updated on September 28, 2023. A series of upcoming road closures are required for construction on the new watermains, sewers, and associated road rehabilitation work as part of the Greenfield Avenue, Main Street, Hawthorne Avenue et al. reconstruction project.. To facilitate this work, the City of Ottawa has approved the closure of Hawthorne Avenue and Lees Avenue, as outlined below.

  23. THE 10 BEST Museums You'll Want to Visit in Stavropol (Updated 2024)

    1. Prozritelev and Prave Stavropol State Museum. Ridiculously cheap too. There is so many displays of local culture with clothing, furniture and photos. The natural... 2. Parshin Art Gallery. 3. Art Gallery of Landscapes of the Honored Artist of Russia P. M. Grechishkin.

  24. 30 BEST Places to Visit in Stavropol (UPDATED 2024)

    There are a lot of places for coffee and snacks and a few different attractions for children. Great walking trails, ice... 4. Parshin Art Gallery. 44. Art Galleries. 5. Art Gallery of Landscapes of the Honored Artist of Russia P. M. Grechishkin. 32.

  25. Sustainability from the Local Perspective: The Evidence from Zlatibor

    Tourism sustainability is a ubiquitous topic of scientific circles. To this day, there is controversy about the environmental, economic and socio-cultural sustainability of this global industry.

  26. Ontario to take over Hwy. 174 in Ottawa's east end

    A sign directing commuters to Ottawa Road 174 in Ottawa's east end. The Ontario government is giving the green light for the province to take over Highway 174, more than 25 years after the road in ...