CBC is reporting that Amazon has plans build a giant east-end warehouse that will employ about 1,000 people:
If anyone understands these maps in the high-rise and zoning report, you’re a better person than your agent.
So ends the most disgusting case of non-participatory democracy in the recent history of Ottawa City Hall.
The Bulldog calls on Ottawa City Council and my councillor, (Kitchissippi’s Jeff Leiper) to delay voting on the high-rise and zoning report until our elected officials and the public have […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor K.A. has deep reservations about the high-rise report: The part at the end of the title of the high-rise report (“and zoning study”) is not just about […]
Much to the surprise of your agent (good job keeping this under wraps city hall) and the people of Ottawa, except one of our commenters, planning committee did meet […]
The Royals might not be known for inclusivity. Rather formal, hard to get invited to events.
Here’s what constitutes good planning from the City of Ottawa’s so-called planning department.
The Voter nails another good point right on the head:
This is disgusting.
At one time, your agent put much credence in gatherings such as the one in a press release below.
“Community Improvement Plans attract new businesses, revitalize existing businesses and stimulate economic growth. This CIP will help diversify the Montreal Road business mix and will generate much needed investments and jobs […]
“We’re not interested in subsidizing an arena.” Mayor Jim Watson on the proposed Ottawa Senators rink at LeBreton Flats Might this be the biggest whopper in recent Ottawa […]
An interesting development in the old west end this week. Sam and Micki Mizrahi of Mizrahi Developments called in Mayor Jim Watson Tuesday to declare Westboro the city’s best […]
Bulldog contributor Ron Benn puts a wonderful perspective on the Lansdowne project:
With the same acumen that Mayor Jim Watson used in losing a Double-A Blue Jays farm team for Ottawa that was in the bag, the mayor’s trip to Seattle to […]
This is a release from the Ontario government:
Our friends at Ottawa City Hall are looking for ideas from the public to improve the Sparks Street Mall.