The Bulldog wrote this in 2014 on the ever-perplexing Father Joe: “Father Joe will pay for his sins, but we hope that he gets his life back on track so […]
What happened? A major event for Ottawa 2017 and there’s no picture of Mayor Jim Watson in the Ottawa Citizen. Yes the Grey Cup is coming to town next year […]
Perhaps the city could learn from The Who video above: Won’t Get Fooled Again. Well except for the revolution. A quiet one would be preferred. For those of you wondering why […]
Time for a shout-out for our commenters. During the month of July The Bulldog received its 2,000 comment of 2016. Now of course that we have reached August, there are many […]
“As with all construction activity undertaken by the City, safety is paramount for both the public and staff working on this project.” Steve Cripps, Director Rail Implementation Office, in a […]
The scene at the Rideau Street sinkhole. The memo from light-rail director Steve Cripps to the mayor and council and released to the media at 6:35 p.m. on the Thursday […]
The sinkhole on Rideau Street has been a very controversial question. So was lowering snow-plowing standards in the community. News of the snow-plowing changes were released before Canada Day weekend and […]
Ah there’s nothing like the runaround for a reporter who is working on deadline and asks a reasonable question of the Ottawa Police Service and gets this (the report is […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor The Voter wonders about the qualifications of police officers … particularly how they are trained to defuse situations. The Voter talks in reference to the Abdi case: […]
Here’s what to do in the case of heat stroke. Ottawa has had a very toasty summer with heatwave after heatwave. There was a time when heatwaves were not considered […]
With the death while in police custody of Abdirahman Abdi, it’s a good time to look at the qualifications of police officers. Above is the amount of training required by the […]
“The facts of this are that an unarmed, black, mentally ill man has been killed following a police intervention and that is deeply, deeply shocking.” Amira Elghawaby, communications director of […]
The final results are in for the Bulldog Canadian poll concerning if Internet comments should contain real names.
These are two releases from the City of Ottawa. The Bulldog website will address them on Tuesday.