Here’s a real-time look at news from sports to business and from the world to Canada. The feeds are taken from the Toronto Star, Reuters, Bulldog Canadian, CBC Sports and […]
This is a release from the Ottawa Public Library: The Ottawa Public Library Board has approved the Ottawa Public Library (OPL) 2016 draft operating and capital budget. The complete budget […]
Here is the result of the finance committee vote on the claims by the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group at Lansdowne. Yes means the members of council support the proposed agreement […]
Good lawyers don’t advise their clients to lose a case. That’s bad for business. Not a lot of repeat clients if that’s what happens. Now Gowling Lafleur Henderson is a topnotch […]
… and over the moat and now sitting at the desk across the hall. Yes the Ottawa Sun has moved into the same digs on Baxter Road as the Ottawa […]
Carleton University has one of the best journalism programs in Canada. No doubt its faculty teaches about freedom of information, open public meetings, freedom of speech and freedom of expression. […]
Our thoughts are with Mauril Belanger, his friends and family upon his learning that he has Lou Gehrig’s disease. Times like these go far beyond the realm of everyday politics […]
Mayor Jim Watson is probably the most prominent politician in Ottawa. Nobody does PR better. In fact that’s probably why he is featured so often in The Bulldog … nobody […]
Get the salt and sand out tomorrow. A weather statement has been issued for the Ottawa Valley Tuesday because of a risk of freezing rain.
Lansdowne Park as it was envisaged in 2012. Bulldog commenter Sheridan says we will see who on council is willing to stand up for the public on Lansdowne and send […]
Bulldog contributor Ron Benn says the only time city hall wants to hear from residents is at tax time. His comments are below: When faced with the litany of errors, […]
“Obviously one shooting is a concern and when we see over 40 shootings a year, that too is a concern and we have to rely on the expert advice of […]
Today Alf Chaiton of Tweedsmuir Consulting looks at the city auditor’s report, Lansdowne and the performance of Mayor Jim Watson with The Bulldog’s Ken Gray.
This is a release from the Prime Minister’s Office: “I was very saddened to learn of the death of Maurice Strong. On behalf of all Canadians, Sophie and I offer […]