“City staff works hard to balance the will of city council (as reflected in adopted policy) with the pressures that are placed upon them by members of the development […]
Architect Barry Hobin calls on the private sector to play a part in modern planning in an op-ed article in the Citizen on Tuesday.
This is a release from Karin Howard:
“It is imperative that the Salvation Army engage us in an open, transparent and accountable public consultation process held in good faith. This would help ensure an open and […]
This Bulldog reader feels Vanier is putting up with a great deal with the new Sally Ann shelter and no official bilingualism:
Ottawa’s newest Tweep Jim-Bob Watson weighs in on a new location for the Salvation Army shelter:
City auditor general Ken Hughes sent out a release saying that his recent audits were “good news”.
This release is a major piece of cynicism.
This is a release from the National Capital Commission:
Frequent Bulldog contributor The Voter sent this very wise message along that deserves big play.
Now here are a few words of caution.
Canada’s newspaper industry wants the federal government to create a $350-million fund to reimburse approved outlets for 35 per cent of a journalist’s salary. No.
If there has been one advocate for small government and the private marketplace, it has been the chief executive officer of Postmedia Network Inc Paul Godfrey.
“I take my hat off to the Liberal government. They were smart enough to notice that if they did nothing there will be no media in Canada.” Postmedia CEO […]