A bit of sadness last week as Ottawa’s jazz great Brian Browne died. Browne played with some legends of the genre and despite some considerable adversity in his life, […]
“If the arrival this year of light rail transit announces that Ottawa has finally reached the status of a full-fledged city …” Reporter Bruce Deachman, Ottawa Citizen No. […]
The Bulldog might not like the idea of building a central library that is a monument to architecture rather than the new realities of the Internet, but the Rosemount Library […]
This is a release from Ottawa Tourism:
One of interesting trends in cities has been influx of people into downtown.
This is an initiative that is bound to fail.
Some good had to come out of this horrible weather. This is a release from the National Capital Commission:
This is a release from the National Capital Commission:
Loneliness has always been a problem for seniors but now society has more seniors so the condition is much more common:
Winning the Amazon $5 billion, 50,000 employees second headquarters site has a distinct downside for the lucky one of 100 competing cities.
What exactly is it that Councillor Mathieu Fleury wants in his ward?
In southern Ontario, high-speed intercity rail is but a dream, but in California an enormous project is underway.
Urbanist and popular writer Richard Florida maintains that the rush to the inner city has abated.
In jest, The Bulldog has called Ottawa the city without zoning.
“Is this heaven?” I asked friend Bob Patterson many years ago after we had played on a glorious Sunday afternoon at the Rideau Tennis and Squash Club.
Mayor Jim Watson said the crush of traffic for the week surrounding Canada Day was a “once-in-a-150-year” event.
Atlantic’s CityLab gives us five possible ways to decrease urban traffic.
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