A bit of sadness last week as Ottawa’s jazz great Brian Browne died. Browne played with some legends of the genre and despite some considerable adversity in his life, […]
I got to know Bob Chiarelli during the seven years I covered city hall for the Ottawa Citizen.
Rob Snow, a long-time booster of The Bulldog (and much appreciated), invited news site editor Ken Gray onto CFRA on Monday to justify The Bulldog’s endorsement of Infrastructure Minister Bob […]
This is the first Bulldog endorsement of Ottawa-area candidates for the provincial election.
A veteran source around Ottawa City Hall says it is looking increasingly improbable that Mayor Jim Watson will run for mayor. Watson is a very cautious man and he […]
A familiar face in Ottawa politics has decided to stay in the limelight.
No government should be allowed to throw away $3.2 billion.
This is a release from MPPs Bob Chiarelli, Yasir Naqvi, Marie-France Lalonde and John Fraser : For over two decades, Mauril Bélanger demonstrated his dedication and commitment to both the constituents […]
Does this not border on ageism? Some cultures respect the wisdom of age. Not ours and particularly not the culture at the Toronto Sun. All wisdom does not reside with […]
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has shuffled her cabinet trying to make it younger and contain more women. Neither of these things bodes especially well for Ottawa West-Nepean MPP Bob Chiarelli who […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn says Ottawa needs a mix of transportation to be successful. Benn was responding to The Bulldog post, Don’t Criticize Bob Chiarelli On Light Rail. Minister Bob […]
It is not the fault of Kitchissippi Councillor Jeff Leiper, Somerset Councillor Catherine McKenney and Kanata North Councillor Marianne Wilkinson that Ottawa’s transportation system has become such a mess. They didn’t […]
(Former mayor Larry) O’Brien caused high anxiety in Ottawa, but under his leadership council got light rail sorted out at last and launched the ambitious rebirth of Lansdowne Park. Randall […]
Here’s a rich one. Ottawa Citizen columnist Randall Denley is very concerned about the cost of the current $2.1-billion light-rail project that is priced at three times as much as the […]