This is a release from the National Capital Commission. The document is below:
In Oct. 2014 The Bulldog wrote this about Councillor Stephen Blais in its endorsement of the candidate in Cumberland ward: “Blais … needs to be an independent thinker. We cannot have […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor Sheridan makes a number of interesting points on The Bulldog post Show Leadership, Stephen Blais. One of the best concerns the timing of Cumberland Councillor Stephen Blais’ attack on […]
We demand a recount. Maybe urine and blood samples. An investigation of the judges. This is impossible. An official Twitter Canada poll has named Toronto Councillor Norm Kelly as Canada’s Most […]
Blogginista and Liberal pundit Warren Kinsella has commented on presidential candidate Donald Trump without commenting on him. Why … it’s a miracle.
This is a release from the Ottawa Public Library: Toronto Public Library and Ottawa Public Library welcome Penguin Random House’s recently announced reduced ebook prices for libraries. This new pricing […]
My favourite library, the North Gower variety, has guerrillas. Mice, not good. Rats, terrible. Insects, awful. But guerrillas … that goes from pest to pugilist. And we thought the main […]
The scene at the bus-train crash north of Barrhaven in 2013. Mark Sutcliffe’s column in the Citizen on Friday is troublesome. Many of the opinions expressed in Sutcliffe’s column were […]
In movie marketing gone wild, Star Wars has spun off a line of condoms. CNET explains:
Just how much more bad news can emanate from OC Transpo? The Transportation Safety Board report on the Sept. 2013 crash of an OC Transpo double-decker bus was not exactly […]
Freezing rain is expected in the northwestern part of the Ottawa Valley eventually reaching Ottawa and Gatineau tonight and into Monday morning. You might want to add some extra time […]
As ever, it’s always a great day when the Ottawa website Urbsite unleashes another post. This time it is about the great period of Ottawa department stores … and their hat […]
This is a release from the Prime Minister’s Office: “The world gathered in Paris to fight climate change and its devastating impacts on our earth, our health, our economy, and […]
Today Alf Chaiton of Tweedsmuir Consulting looks at the City of Ottawa budget and the smoke-and-mirrors budget with The Bulldog’s Ken Gray.