Why is it so difficult for politicians to distinguish between activity and action?
It is time to take a deep breath, try to relax, and see how the next six months or so go.
The Bulldog readers have spoken.
With all the untoward acts that occurred under Rob and Doug Ford at Toronto City Hall, with all the personal problems the Ontario premier-elect faces and a divisive Ontario […]
Guess how the world is looking at the election of Doug Ford as premier of Ontario?
A new topic has been written in The Bulldog Forum.
Hey the sun rose this morning. Who knew?
As election approaches, Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford’s program becomes harder to understand.
Earlier this week The Bulldog had some advice for former Ottawa Senators’ great Daniel Alfredsson, put up or shut up on the Sens ownership. In it we put a […]
“I almost said Mike Ford.”
“We have one chance to turn this government around. We will bring transparency and integrity back to this great province.”
Phase 2 of Ottawa’s light-rail plan will be reviewed by PC leader Doug Ford if he is elected Ontario premier on June 7.
The first two phases of Ottawa’s light-rail project are the largest fiscal fiasco in the history of this municipality.
Given that one of the biggest criticisms of former Tory leader Patrick Brown was his penchant for appointing candidates in ridings, one wonders why current leader Doug Ford is doing […]