Your agent spent some time this week discussing with councillors how the Salvation Army shelter on Montreal Road in Vanier should be handled.
It’s amazing where some of the people live who read The Bulldog.
This is a release from the Ontario Liberal Party:
Frequent Bulldog contributor The Voter would like to see penalties for non-voters and real qualifications for candidates:
Five opposition councillors can usually be mustered to vote against something Mayor Jim Watson does. So the unofficial opposition (known as the Fearsome Fivesome on The Bulldog … by […]
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton takes on the issue of the budget and long-term-care homes. You’ll be surprised:
The Bulldog draws your attention to a heinous crime perpetrated on College Councillor Rick Chiarelli.
Words of wisdom from a grizzled old Ottawa City Hall veteran.
OK, Bulldog commentator Mike Patton has props again.
Members of the planning committee (particularly ultra-pro-developer chairwoman Jan Harder) must have been mighty confused Wednesday by the words of high-powered municipal affairs lawyer Michael Polowin.
With a staggering number of people making presentations to the city planning committee concerning the construction of Salvation Army shelter on Montreal Road in Vanier, The Bulldog thought it […]
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton asks: “Who will step up to find a solution to the Vanier Salvation Army shelter impasse?”
Here’s what happens when you really don’t consult with the community over an important issue.
People in Ottawa don’t realize how close the Ottawa Senators are to leaving this city. But Don Cherry has got it down.