Mayor Jim Watson is doing damage control on the pothole situation and trying to keep his green friends happy at the same time.
You want to lose an election. Just keep those potholes coming.
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton suggests the city might not want to save money by fixing the problem around the low-grade asphalt it has been receiving: Back to The […]
1310 News journalist Mark Sutcliffe wanted to see something more permanent out of Ottawa 2017:
So is the budget fake, as College Councillor Rick Chiarelli says, or not?
Here’s another point to add to the city advertising post from Friday.
This article rattled the cages of the inmates at The Bulldog Forum courtesy of that rascal and frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn.
Mayor Jim Watson is an expert in no end of things … Watson has been making a point of walking past journalists in meetings to ask if they […]
Ahh, it’s Christmas, kind-of, and politicians will be out in full force meeting with some of the dullest groups in the history of mankind.
The reports by city auditor-general Ken Hughes have been pretty gruesome, but now there is hope … well a little bit anyway.
So the City of Ottawa has finally decided to revise its legally mandated advertising policy to keep the public informed of its initiatives.
Next week will see construction on Montreal Road, St. Joseph Boulevard and Russland Road:
Here are some highlights of the auditor-general’s report released today.
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton, who has been working hard this morning, worries about how hard Ken “Good News” Hughes has been toiling at his city-auditor-general gig.