For those of you who paid close attention to The Bulldog when your agent was taking a break, you might have noticed something new.
By just reading The Bulldog, you’re just touching on all the various sites it includes.
Appears a turf war is occurring at Ottawa City Hall. This is a document obtained by The Bulldog:
In jest, The Bulldog has called Ottawa the city without zoning.
Bulldog contributor Ron Benn takes on the abuse scandal at City of Ottawa long-term-care homes.
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton is here to talk about kissin’ up at Ottawa City Hall and what it brings.
We treat trash better than residents of city long-term-care homes. At least we don’t punch trash nine times.
My former Citizen editorial board colleague Elizabeth Payne has been the person behind the stories on the problems at Ottawa’s long-term-care homes.
This note is to Bulldog readers:
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton feels for the plight of Bay Councillor Mark Taylor:
“Like many, we were deeply concerned to hear about the recent incidents involving the City’s Long Term Care Homes.” Mayor Jim Watson The questions for Watson are: Why […]
This is a release from the City of Ottawa:
Why would Ottawa City Hall blacklist a publication with 80,000 page views a week made by readers interested in municipal affairs?
While some dream up plans for homelessness and the like, Mayor Jim Watson has a very specific program for this week’s meeting of the mayors here: