This is a release from Carleton University. Apparently only a few vertebrated fossils could be found on Ottawa City Council: Carleton University’s Hillary Maddin, assistant professor in the Department of […]
This is a release from the National Capital Commission: On Wednesday, November 25 and Thursday, November 26, asphalt repair work on Portage Bridge will take place between 9 am and […]
If you missed Canada’s Celine Dion at the American Music Awards, you shouldn’t have. At the glitzy awards show, Dion brought tears to the crowd singing the Edith Piaf anthem […]
Ottawa’s skyline: The boom boom years of Ottawa economic growth are over. Ottawa City Hall is utterly unprepared for the new normal. What’s the new normal?
This is the second of a two-part post. To read Part 1, click here. In Ottawa, the city’s two huge industries, the federal government and development, are likely to be […]
The results of the poll are below concerning whether CTV Ottawa newsreader Carol Anne Meehan should be reinstated into her job on the six o’clock news. Thank you to all […]
This is a release from Carleton University: Carleton University, the University of Ottawa and the Carleton University Academic Staff Association (CUASA) present Iranian scholar Hossein Raeesi, Scholar at Risk (SAR) […]
This is a release from the City of Ottawa: There is a new tool on ottawa.ca this winter that will help Ottawa residents know when a City plow will clear […]
This is a release from: Health and access to service will be one of the topics receiving particular attention as the Alliance to End Homelessness Ottawa holds its 12th Annual […]
This is a release from the Glebe BIA: The Glebe Business Improvement Area congratulates the Ottawa RedBlacks for the historic win that will be sending them to the Grey Cup […]
Now here is the Canada I know. Religious groups are providing space to the Muslim community in Peterborough after an area mosque was deliberately burned. A Peterborough community has rallied […]
Prime ministers have not been the best tenants at 24 Sussex. Frightened of appearing extravagant to voters, repairs at the residence have been minimal. So now it has asbestos, nob-and-tube […]
Today Alf Chaiton of Tweedsmuir Consulting looks at terrorism, the Canadian response to it and what we should do about it with The Bulldog’s Ken Gray. The podcast is below:
What’s the hottest issue in Ottawa? The latest machinations of young Prime Minister Justin Trudeau? Mayor Jim Watson in China? The Redblacks in the playoffs? None of the above.