Bulldog commentator Mike Patton says major road repairs in Ottawa won’t be happening due to the upcoming budget:
Perhaps the earliest discussions on the Salvation Army shelter that included Rideau-Vanier Councillor Mathieu Fleury, Mayor Jim Watson and the Salvation Army went like the video below?
Has anyone noticed how little coverage the Mayor Jim Watson Order of Ottawa awards received this year … and last year for that matter?
This is a release from the National Capital Commission:
City Council today approved delegating authority to Mayor Jim Watson and City Manager Steve Kanellakos to participate in the National Capital Commission’s commercially confidential negotiations to redevelop LeBreton […]
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton says your turn is coming, as happened in Vanier, when your neighbourhood has something thrust upon it that it doesn’t want. Don’t expect any […]
As most of you know now, Ottawa City Council approved the Montreal Road site for the controversial Salvation Army shelter by a vote of 16-7. Here is the breakdown of […]
How long does this have to go on?
Frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn takes on the budget:
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton, sporting a very cool chapeau, says the budget has money for the hipsters but not enough for snow-plowing:
Mayor Jim Watson’s inaccuracy on who voted for the last two-per-cent budget has gone from a mistake to a deliberate political strategy.
A very well-connected person at city hall says opponents to the leger-du-main budget have an uphill fight.
“The result is devastating for me and for those who spoke against the project, but the elements of the process, wow, there’s so much political influence. I didn’t perceive […]
So Rideau-Vanier Councillor Mathieu Fleury has discovered what so many people have learned when dealing with Mayor Jim Watson.