Both victims of the Ottawa-area flooding and Bulldog readers have expressed concern about whether Mayor Jim Watson should have declared a state of emergency.
The voting on The Bulldog Poll concerning suspending light-rail construction was close all day Thursday.
Ottawa’s light-rail project has been plagued by life-threatening accidents such as a gas-main leak, three sinkholes, a flood, a fire and a collapsed crane. So The Bulldog has suggested […]
Bulldog readers are not particularly amused with the introduction of Phase 2 of Ottawa’s light-rail project.
The Dawg Pack has spoken. Bulldog readers overwhelmingly support starting to convert the Prince of Wales Bridge to commuter rail. The tail of the tape is below: […]
One Bulldog reader has suggested that Halley’s Comet will arrive in 2061 long before Ottawa and Gatineau are linked by the now unused Prince of Wales Bridge. Using the […]
Mayor Jim Watson said rather off-handedly recently that he would announce within the next few weeks if he were running again in the 2018 municipal election. That will mean […]
The results are in on the great flood, fire, famine and pestilence versus Mayor Jim Watson 2018 poll. And this is it, pestilence won by about a nine-to-one […]
Given the problems with city ambulances, light-rail accounting, Lansdowne revenue figures, dangerous bicycle lanes and questionable Twitter followers, perhaps it’s time to evaluate just how much Ottawans want […]
So here we have it. This is how The Bulldog readership feels about the location of the new Civic hospital at Tunney’s Pasture. The nays have it.
What’s the most controversial issue in Ottawa now? The location of the Civic campus of The Ottawa Hospital. So here is your chance to express your opinion on this […]
Bulldog readers have narrowly rejected Canadian Geographic’s suggestion that the Gray Jay should be this country’s national bird.
Canadian Geographic has chosen the gray jay as its candidate for this country’s official bird. In the organization’s own polling the Jay finished third in voting behind the loon […]
Ottawa City Council passed the draft 2017 budget which includes a two-per-cent property-tax increase with urban residents paying an extra $72 next year while their rural counterparts pay $60. […]