Now here’s a settlement that will interest unionized workers for the City of Ottawa and Ottawans in general:
This is a release from residents and organizations in Kanata: Concerned residents from across the city are presenting a petition to Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, Kanata Councilor Marianne Wilkinson, and […]
“The city needs an estimated $75 million to $100 million to upgrade the bridge for rail, based on preliminary estimates, part of which (Mayor Jim) Watson said he hopes […]
The CBC came up with a good story last week. A fired OC Transpo driver who ignored a flashing gate at a level crossing near Carlsbad Springs two years […]
“Kudos to Jim Watson on topping the list of Canada’s most popular mayors. The city of Ottawa is lucky he decided to leave Queen’s Park in Toronto to return […]
More than 15 cm of snow are expected in eastern Ontario starting Monday evening.
Community activist Randy Gordon has some serious doubts about the Alstom trains chosen for the Confederation Line: After seeing the recent debacle in Montreal with the Alstom subway trains, […]
It’s always a pleasure to receive a comment from frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn. The copy is clean, the arguments are invariable cogent and the writing provocative. Why it’s even […]
Your agent started to write a response to the Bob Ledrew comment on finding an example of an Internet library but it got out-of-hand taking on essay-like proportions. So now […]
Here is the response of the City of Ottawa to The Bulldog’s inquiry concerning when the report on grade separations along the Via Rail line north of Barrhaven will be released.
This is a release from the National Capital Commission: For the first Capital Urbanism Lab event in 2017, the National Capital Commission (NCC) is partnering with the Forum Lecture series […]
This is a release from the National Capital Commission: The Rideau Canal Skateway will be temporarily closed on 7.8 kilometres, from downtown to the Hartwells Locks, as of tonight, 10 […]
For what it is worth, I’d put a stage on Nepean Point and program chamber music and Shakespeare and dance … like they once did. Someone can steal that not-particularly-new […]
Yes there are all kinds of reasons why attendance is down considerably for Senators games. Rink location, federal pay woes, lofty tickets prices, a rather average product, injuries and absences, […]