Here’s a query on my biking views in a tweet.
The City of Ottawa has no money for signals at 19 dangerous intersections.
Why could Citizen columnist Kelly Egan not get an Ottawa City Hall person to address the issue of disappearing parking spots downtown in a week?
The Bulldog might not like the idea of building a central library that is a monument to architecture rather than the new realities of the Internet, but the Rosemount Library […]
This is an edited press release from the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs:
The City of Ottawa is going overboard on its promotion of cycling as a commuting mode.
While The Bulldog was vacationing last week, sadness invaded Canada and Ottawa.
At last, Canada’s great ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir reveal the extent of their relationship on and off the ice.
It’s fun. Check it out.
OK, insert joke here. As in “It’s about time some intelligence comes to The Bulldog.”
The Bulldog returns April 10.
Earlier this week CBC reported that Kitchissippi Councillor Jeff Leiper had purchased $3,700 worth of research from the lobby group Citizens For Safe Cycling.
A new topic has been written in The Bulldog Forum.
The Voter weighs in on Bulldog commentator Mike Patton’s praise of former mayor Larry O’Brien: