AuthorKen Gray

Is Lansdowne A Field Of Cars?

Monette

Monette

The great Bulldog commenter Sheridan addresses the parking problems at Lansdowne Park:

Councillor (Deputy Mayor) Bob Monette stated that he was concerned about a lack of on-site parking during some Ottawa 67’s games this season, and frustrated over game day traffic jams on Bank Street. Parking cars on the stadium field would “solve your 67’s issue.”

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Lanes Reduced On Main Street

This is a release from the City of Ottawa:

Beginning on Monday, April 27, there will be lane reductions on Main Street between Riverdale Avenue and Smyth Road. Hydro Ottawa will be undertaking work along Main Street to accommodate the installation of electrical infrastructure. This utility work is being done for the O-Train Confederation Line project.

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Innes Road Work To End In September

This is a release from the City of Ottawa:

Beginning Monday, April 27 there will be lane reductions on Innes Road between Highway 417 and Blair Road.

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WHOPPERWATCH

“Municipal taxpayers cannot afford the status quo.”

– Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, April 25, 2015

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“(The passengers) were pretty agitated . . . . There were some girls crying. They were pretty upset.”

– unnamed passenger in U.S. busload of 48 students strip-searched by Canadian Border Services Agency officials at the Thousand Islands border crossing in 2011.

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“Great job by all.”

unnamed Canadian Border Services Agency official concerning the mass strip-search of 48 U.S. students at Thousand Islands border post.

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YOUR COMMENTS: Ottawa’s Sound And The Fury

YOUR COMMENTSNow you have a voice.

Here are the latest comments on The Bulldog and Bulldog Canadian.

Let your opinions be heard. You can write your comments on the end of the appropriate post or use the comment box below. One way or the other, they’ll appear here within 30 minutes of being moderated.

The Bulldog believes in freedom of speech. Exercise it here. The latest comments to The Bulldog and Bulldog Canadian are below:

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FULL LOCAL: Where Ottawa Comes First

FULL LOCALFull Local brings you the best in Ottawa news, information and opinion from the city’s news sites and blogs – all in real time.

Full Local‘s content changes minute-by-minute. When there’s something happening in Ottawa, you’ll get it first in Full Local. And because we have a lot of urbanism geeks on this site, the feed for Planetizen, the leading source of city planning and design, is also supplied here to make Ottawa a better place.

Full Local is below:

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BULLDOG AUTO: Satisfy Your Car Lust

bulldog autoBulldog Auto provides you with a constant stream of content from the best motoring websites in the world.

And best of all, it updates every 30 minutes so you get the latest and finest automotive news available from outstanding sources.

Some of the finest automotive journalism is below:

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BULLDOG HOMES: Your House Made Better

bulldog homesOttawans love their little bit of home ownership in one of the more affordable housing cities in Canada.

So if you are looking for a new home or renovating the old homestead, Bulldog Homes is a good place to start.

Check out this outstanding selection of stories below:

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“The thoughts and prayers of all Canadians are with the many affected by this disaster and we wish a speedy recovery to all those injured.”

Prime Minister Stephen Harper on the earthquake in Nepal and northern India

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PM Sends Condolences To Nepal

This is a release from the Prime Minister’s Office:

Prime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement on the earthquake that struck near Kathmandu, Nepal:

“On behalf of all Canadians, Laureen and I offer our heartfelt condolences to the people of Nepal and northern India who lost family and friends in this powerful earthquake and its aftershocks.

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Denley Can’t Get His Political Virginity Back

Denley

Denley

So Citizen freelancer Randall Denley decides to take on the Liberal provincial government over selling part of Hydro One and raising beer taxes to build infrastructure.

Wasn’t it just a few months ago that Denley was running for the provincial Progressive Conservatives against that Liberal government?

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Get Ready For The Summer Creep and Crawl

Summer brings with it good weather and construction.

Summer brings with it good weather and construction.

This is a release from the City of Ottawa summarizing all of its construction and related activities for the next few months.

Find out what’s going on in your neighbourhood or on your commute.

It is in a PDF format and you can open it by clicking on the highlighted words below

The schedule will download onto your computer and then just double-click on the icon to see the report.

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