“Quicker, better and faster.” Pat Scrimgeour, OC Transpo director of transit systems and planning, on the O-Train. Pardon me, boy. Is that the Chattanooga Doo Doo?
He’s still doing it.
Madeleine Meilleur, a former long-time councillor, local MPP and Liberal cabinet minister at Queen’s Park, has found a very difficult opponent in her quest to become the official languages […]
“The people who love it are the thousands of kids who have been playing on it for weeks! Glad we said no to naysayers and accepted this gift!” Mayor […]
This is Mayor Jim Watson at his political best. Smarting from having signed a pro-life proclamation and raising a pro-life flag at Ottawa City Hall, Watson is trying to restore […]
We are all appalled by the recent events in Manchester, England. British-American entertainer James Corden gives us his take on the Manchester he knows in the video below: […]
Ottawa has the opportunity to have one of the greatest debates in the history of municipal government. That is on the issue of official bilingualism at the City of […]
“The builder of the park hired a First Nations adviser … I wasn’t part of that process by my understanding was a First Nations person was consulted and questions […]
Well calling on English Ottawans to exert their better nature and be generous about civic bilingualism was a mistake.
This is a release from the mayor’s office at the City of Ottawa: Today Mayor Jim Watson and Councillor Catherine McKenney met with Catherine Macnab, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood, and Melissa […]
The question of civic bilingualism has reared its head in Ottawa again. This issue will certainly be controversial and maybe divisive. So what do you think. Here’s a chance to […]
Despite the emergence of urban bike lanes, cycling is down markedly in the United States.
Once again, The Bulldog’s readership analytics show that this website’s audience wants celebrity news.
Tory consultant Andrew MacDougall wrote an interesting column in the Citizen recently on who Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can really trust in his cabinet.