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.
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.
This is a release from the City of Ottawa:
Here are the four competing designs for a rejuvenated Nepean Point which has probably the best view of the Parliament Buildings.
Wow. Like you couldn’t see this coming.
A low-rise condo in Toronto has turned some of that city’s elite into urban activists:
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Frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn takes an in-depth look as just who profits from big development.
Josh Kardish, Greater Ottawa Homebuilders Association president and developer, took on the issue of city planning czar John Moser’s retirement party and statements made about the gathering.
“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 […]
This release is a major piece of cynicism.