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What kind of idiots bring flares and fireworks into a soccer match between the Ottawa Fury and TFC Wednesday?
At least four people passed out from the extreme heat Sunday morning at the Aberdeen Pavilion and were taken away by ambulance from the Mayor’s Annual Canada Day Celebration for […]
If you aren’t too sure how sensitive the City of Ottawa is to the substantial and justified criticism of Lansdowne and its pothole fiasco, just check out the times when […]
The city stadium taxpayers paid to refurbish at Lansdowne. The City of Ottawa in its negotiations with the Ottawa Senators has made a point of saying that the municipality […]
Mayor Jim Watson brags that the city gets more than a million dollars out of Lansdowne each year. A pittance compared to the amount the city poured into […]
The City of Ottawa is expected to receive about six per cent of revenue generated at Lansdowne in its partnership with Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group over the next […]
Former Bay councillor Alex Cullen tells why he voted against the Lansdowne project:
Mayor Jim Watson was running around Ottawa City Hall bragging about how the municipality cleared more than $1 million from Lansdowne last year. That much when taxpayers invested […]
After going through some details of the Lansdowne partnership, your agent kept asking himself … where is the city’s profit centre in this deal?
OK, Ken “Good News” Hughes, it’s time to show your mettle.
At the current rate of revenue obtained through the Lansdowne waterfall agreement, the City of Ottawa should recoup all of its $211-million investment in the project in 147 years from […]
This is just getting childish. The City of Ottawa is playing favourites, yet again, for its partner at Lansdowne, Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group.
“But the great thing is we have this model that Ottawa used for the redevelopment of Lansdowne. There seems to be a lot of interest in Halifax in […]