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.
If there has been one advocate for small government and the private marketplace, it has been the chief executive officer of Postmedia Network Inc Paul Godfrey.
Come on. Kelly Egan are you OK? Have you bumped your head?
This is a release from Carleton University: The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), in collaboration with Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication, will present Reporting the Refugee […]
One fact that is missing from the saga of the demise of former Ottawa Citizen editor Andrew Potter at McGill University.
So here’s how it works now that six more people have been laid off at the Ottawa Citizen in addition to numerous buyouts. Journalists start worrying about their jobs what […]
This is a disappointing Christmas Eve what with the City of Ottawa not releasing an important document on the Rideau sinkhole. But now there’s a bit of dreary news for journalism. […]
Things are looking pretty grim at the Ottawa Citizen these days. The paper’s unionized employees have a clause in their contract that says if freelancers are being used to write […]
So now that journalist Sue Sherring is leaving the Postmedia conglomeration of the Sun and Citizen, exactly what do we have left for opinion on Ottawa City Hall? For comment, the Citizen’s […]
The outpouring of good wishes to Ottawa City Hall veteran journalist Sue Sherring is heartwarming. Like so many journalists these days, she has taken a buyout from Postmedia. The […]
Speculation is running rampant through Ottawa City Hall that major changes could be coming the ranks of journalists covering municipal affairs. The concern comes after Postmedia (which owns the Citizen […]