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… not that difficult really. Comic John Oliver brilliantly takes on the Canadian election and even takes another shot at Ottawa. As in, it’s like six months in a Canadian prison. […]
The Bulldog has been endorsing local candidates in Ottawa area federal riding but now turns its sights on who the website feels should be prime minister. Stephen Harper, Conservative: This […]
Throughout the federal election campaign, The Bulldog has been making election endorsements on the local Ottawa area ridings. The endorsements are now completed. Here is how the endorsements unfolded.
Today will introduce something new to The Bulldog … Digital Dog. It’s a weekly podcast that will feature discussion on local and national affairs, just like The Bulldog. Jay Tysick, managing […]
These are the final results of the Bulldog Poll on which party readers will be supporting in Monday’s federal election. The tally is below:
Former newspaper baron Conrad Black, a conservative, takes issue with Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s actions in the niqab issue: Finally, to make a major election issue out of a woman […]
So we’re fast approaching the end of the long federal election campaign so it is time to ask that question that everyone needs to answer. Which party will you be […]
Liberal pundit Warren Kinsella Wednesday published a post that said a Twitter retweet was pumped out by Nepean NDP candidate Sean Devine on a tweet that equated the Tories with Nazis. […]
If you weren’t sure that two-time provincial candidate and former journalist Randy Denley was a former Conservative candidate in the Ottawa area, here’s a bit from his column in Thursday’s […]
If you were shopping at Loblaws for no-name candidates, displayed on the shelves prominently in yellow and black would be the people running in Ottawa West-Nepean. That’s not to say […]
Orleans is a riding that constantly lobbies for more federal government jobs. That’s not the strategy in the vibrant west end where people and businesses move because it is a […]
Hey, whatever happened to Robocalls? See the video below for details. Bulldog reader Joey Drouin sent this along. Robocalls … ah they seem like just a distant memory now. The […]
Kanata-Carleton has two kinds of Conservatives. Kanata has your garden-variety urban Conservative who can be convinced now and then to vote Liberal when the Tories are in trouble. Thus the […]