The Citizen’s Kenny “Scooter” Warren is writing The Bulldog this morning. I haven’t seen Kenny in years but read his great writing on the Ottawa Senators daily. Hope all […]
This press release was sent along to The Bulldog from a company that is promoting the local food movement: Hi Ken, It’s no secret, consumers’ appetites for fresh local […]
It is interesting how the political strategy has evolved with the safety issue on the light-rail project.
Frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn looks at what he wants from Ottawa city councillors in this excellent essay: I am not as concerned about whether councillors are progressive or […]
The City of Ottawa has issued a memo outlining the 2017 OC Transpo route changes.
Very rarely on The Bulldog do you read a comment that just leaves you absolutely dumbfounded by the logic … or lack of it. And it’s a shame that […]
If you are concerned about safety on the Ottawa light-rail project, this story from the CBC gives a pretty good outline of the accidents during construction.
Early on in the light-rail planning process, the National Capital Commission made it clear that its officials thought Carling Avenue was the correct route for LRT.
A woman called in to TSN 1200 after the wild Ottawa Senators’ win Saturday and wondered what a four-goal game is called.
“Could someone please put a moratorium on mayors making stupid bets regarding the outcome of a playoff series. Who gives a crap if Jim Watson has to walk around […]
Some Bulldog readers might not know exactly the methods Mayor Jim Watson uses to get his way on Ottawa City Council.
A couple of commenters have been concerned about the amount of coverage of the Kitchissippi bike lane controversy. The issue touches on a number of issues: cycling, the environment, […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor The Voter catches Mayor Jim Watson up in this email:
The wild rumours going around Ottawa City Hall have it that Mayor Jim Watson’s early re-election announcement was because he didn’t get an appointment that he was seeking.