The City of Ottawa is eager to have your opinions on harmless options such as naming an arena.
Just to set the record straight, the high-rise and zoning report implementation and process is probably the sleaziest thing I’ve seen in municipal politics since I started covering local […]
Invaluable Bulldog participant Ron Benn didn’t see a high-rise report from the city in his role with the Centrepointe Community Association:
So how significant is the high-rise report?
Yet another way for high-rises to be inserted into old residential neighbourhoods. The most significant planning document of the last 30 years and not a word of it in […]
Election campaigns are supposed to be about platforms, public policy, issues, leadership and character.
Having worked for more than 30 years in the municipal political environment, I am not surprised at all by dirty political tricks being inflicted on The Bulldog.
This is a release from the City of Ottawa:
The only true constant is change and change is what is required at Ottawa City Hall.
The Voter takes a close look at the situation of Innes Councillor Jody Mitic and the hiring by the city of his girlfriend:
Last week, The Bulldog wrote two posts pointing out that the uncomplimentary reports on potholes and Lansdowne (responding to an earlier auditor’s report) were released late on Friday in […]
Here’s the problem with the report generated by City of Ottawa staff on the pothole scandal.
Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group sure saw the City of Ottawa coming when it entered into the Lansdowne agreement.
If you aren’t too sure how sensitive the City of Ottawa is to the substantial and justified criticism of Lansdowne and its pothole fiasco, just check out the times when […]