If U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions can recuse himself from a real or perceived conflict of interest, why can’t Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson?
Former Bay councillor Alex Cullen tells why he voted against the Lansdowne project:
“The Ottawa Hospital, however, didn’t like the idea of relocating the Civic to Tunney’s Pasture, prompting Mayor Jim Watson to bring together hospital officials and politicians from all […]
Mayor Jim Watson was running around Ottawa City Hall bragging about how the municipality cleared more than $1 million from Lansdowne last year. That much when taxpayers invested […]
Bulldog contributor Ron Benn puts a wonderful perspective on the Lansdowne project:
After going through some details of the Lansdowne partnership, your agent kept asking himself … where is the city’s profit centre in this deal?
The Bulldog would be happy to print comments from former mayor Larry O’Brien, Mayor Jim Watson, council, Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group or senior city staff on the issues raised […]
OK, Ken “Good News” Hughes, it’s time to show your mettle.
With the same acumen that Mayor Jim Watson used in losing a Double-A Blue Jays farm team for Ottawa that was in the bag, the mayor’s trip to Seattle to […]
This is a release by the City of Ottawa:
At the current rate of revenue obtained through the Lansdowne waterfall agreement, the City of Ottawa should recoup all of its $211-million investment in the project in 147 years from […]
Funding for a cross-country ski trail shows that the chain of command at Ottawa City Hall can be faulty.
This is a release from the National Capital Commission:
This is a release from Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group: