For those of us who were hoping against all hope that a new person atop the planning pyramid might usher in a revolution in that city department which badly […]
What with e-commerce and free delivery these days, bricks-and-mortar retailers are squeezed.
The issue of height limits for condos, apartments and business towers has been a big one for residents of Kitchissippi ward.
A couple of commenters have been concerned about the amount of coverage of the Kitchissippi bike lane controversy. The issue touches on a number of issues: cycling, the environment, […]
Your agent has been calling it Transit-Oriented Deception.
… you better move fast.
As you can see from the photo above, city-owned Carling Avenue has lots of space. It is one wide avenue. People have been wondering for a long time why […]
The much-learned municipal contributor Ron Benn says your agent missed something. What? Impossible. To see the faulty commentary by the proprietor, click here. Then after that, read Ron, to […]
The good news about the proposed Claridge development on LeBreton Flats is that it is a long way from everyone. That sounds a bit harsh but it’s true. The […]
The Ottawa Business Journal has an interest article on the slow selling of Ottawa condos. One wonders how all these new developments in the city can be filled with the […]
On the front page of the Ottawa Citizen, we see just how far the love affair between the newspaper and Mayor Jim Watson has gone. In the illustration, searchlights probe […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn looks at rumours of a new Ottawa casino: That Ontario Lottery and Gaming is considering a different site for a casino in Ottawa should be […]
The changes made by Larco Investments Ltd. and its architect Peter Clewes after the public consultation on the Chateau Laurier expansion were insignificant. Even Clewes says so. That shows […]
No one knows what kind of perverse joy your agent gets in planning committee chairwoman Jan Harder arguing against “reasonableness” when it comes to the Ontario Municipal Board. When has reasonableness […]