Hard to say which is easier. Getting information out of Ottawa City Hall or pulling out your molars with a pair of pliers? You decide.
“We have very little time left. More cuts will be coming, guaranteed. I’m not going to speculate on various competitors, but we’re very, very close to the end.” […]
Isn’t it pathetic that U.S. President Donald Trump has to be told about his unsafe behavior. CNN’s Don Lemon takes him to task, rightly so:
NBC apologized for using the word ‘sh–hole’ in one of its report but it knowingly used it.
The Bulldog has been happily enjoying a spectacular rise in readership.
So the City of Ottawa has finally decided to revise its legally mandated advertising policy to keep the public informed of its initiatives.
Ottawa will miss Carol Anne Meehan as she leaves the airwaves.
Newspapers have been the bastion of capitalism, private enterprise and economic freedom.
Today is The Bulldog’s fifth birthday. Strange, the Dawg remains young despite its advancing years.
The Bulldog is a complete and respected source of news, information and opinion.
Here’s how you measure in journalism if you got the story correct.
The proof is right there in the Thursday release from Wendy Stephanson, deputy city treasurer of revenue at the City of Ottawa.
You think the politicking is tough at Ottawa City Hall. Ha. You ain’t seen nothing yet.
Canada’s newspaper industry wants the federal government to create a $350-million fund to reimburse approved outlets for 35 per cent of a journalist’s salary. No.