“I don’t think $750 will colour my decision.” Osgoode Councillor George Darouze on a campaign donation from Tomlinson Group Councillor George “The Phantom” Darouze makes a rare guest […]
Perhaps Innes Councillor Jody Mitic could explain what is meant in these two tweets:
Bulldog commentator Mike Patton is back and he’s wondering why Innes Councillor Jody Mitic is not.
The Bulldog draws your attention to a heinous crime perpetrated on College Councillor Rick Chiarelli.
Former councillor Gord Hunter weighs in on the question of Watson running again: Good to hear from you, Gord. Hope all is well in your world. Back to The […]
Kitchissippi Councillor Jeff Leiper has made a great effort to respond fully to The Bulldog post ” Cycling: The Half-Year Mode Of Transportation.” Thank you for your time and consideration. […]
Whenever things were a bit slow on The Bulldog during the previous term of council, you could slap a post in on Katherine Hobbs and the readership would just go flying […]
Rideau-Vanier Councillor Mathieu Fleury extols the virtues of walking through dancing. Thank goodness Ottawa has Councillor Mathieu Fleury, the city’s lifeguard-in-chief. Maybe the voters of Rideau-Vanier just wanted a smiler […]
Rideau-Rockcliffe Councillor Tobi Nussbaum is getting his feet as a rookie councillor at Ottawa City Hall and is beginning to look like a breath of fresh air. His bid to […]
It’s good to hear Rideau-Goulbourn Councillor Scott Moffatt speaking up on an important issue. Moffatt can be one of the leaders on Ottawa City Council if he chooses to. Moffatt […]
Here’s a Facebook person who responded angrily to one of The Bulldog posts concerning Katherine Hobbs:
Bulldog contributor Ron Benn enjoys the frankness with which Somerset Councillor Catherine McKenney: What struck me about the interview with Councillor Catherine McKenney is that she actually answered the questions […]
Thank you to Somerset Councillor Catherine McKenney and Mayor Jim Watson for explaining what the sexual implement a “chest binder” is. Your agent had no idea.
Perhaps Marianne Wilkinson is correct. If the City of Ottawa can’t bring light rail to Kanata by 2031, maybe the tall foreheads on Laurier Avenue (who are never wrong … […]