“Anyone who’s not happy with their job, they can leave and stop accepting a paycheque. That’s my advice to those people who are not satisfied; if they’re outraged in principle, […]
This is a release from the City of Ottawa: The City of Ottawa will make the daily commute smoother for east-end residents by repaving sections of Highway 174. Starting Monday […]
Just how many people use this bridge as a pedestrian walkway? Frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn takes a rational look at the questions surrounding the Prince Of Wales bridge. There […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor Sheridan tells us the MO of the mayor: The only time that Mayor Jim Watson listens to public pressure is when he thinks that there is political […]
“It’s not safe to be on an unused, rickety, old train bridge.” Mayor Jim Watson Now let’s see.
The argument against the Kettle Island bridge courtesy of Ottawa Centre MPP Yasir Naqvi. “The issue of trucks in the downtown core has plagued our city and it’s been a […]
Bull-riding has a long history in Ottawa, here’s John Baird practising the art. At TD Place on Saturday evening promotors say we will see a rare glimpse at bull-riding in […]
Mayor Jim Watson doing what he does best … promoting Ottawa 2017 and himself. Note that he says he doesn’t like to spend time in the office. “Thank you Mayor […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor Sheridan weighs in on the truck tunnel: Mayor Jim Watson has been a complete failure on this topic.
Mayor Jim Watson’s response to the truck tunnel report is like the show Seinfeld: nothing. “The significant heavy-truck traffic moving between Ottawa and Gatineau has long been a major issue […]
This is a release from MPPs Bob Chiarelli, Yasir Naqvi, Marie-France Lalonde and John Fraser : For over two decades, Mauril Bélanger demonstrated his dedication and commitment to both the constituents […]
This is a release from the City of Ottawa: Mayor Watson and Members of City Council, Earlier today, the bargaining teams for the City and the Canadian Union of Public […]
This is a release from the City of Ottawa: A tunnel between the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge and Highway 417 for mixed traffic is technically possible, according to a recently completed feasibility […]
This is a release from the City of Ottawa: