It’s hard to imagine what goes on in the minds of Ottawa’s light-rail planners.
A Bulldog reader wrote in saying that commentator Mike Patton gives him the creeps.
City staff is choosing one of three potential routes to run light rail to Kanata someday in the far-distant future.
This is a release from the City of Ottawa: To control nuisance mosquito growth in Kanata North and the surrounding areas, larvicide will be applied throughout the summer, beginning with […]
OK. So you’re a high-tech executive from San Jose, California, who has flown into Ottawa in February to consider putting an office here. Of course his first choice is Kanata.
This is a release from residents and organizations in Kanata: Concerned residents from across the city are presenting a petition to Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, Kanata Councilor Marianne Wilkinson, and […]
Kanata North Councillor Marianne Wilkinson has been looking for ways to help her ward’s high-tech industry. Here are some ideas. Plow the snow. Fix the roads. Encourage developers to build […]
Perhaps news isn’t news in this town until it appears in a Jim Watson press release. Expect much journalistic scurrying around now that the missive below is official. If you’d […]
A representation of the Ottawa light-rail train. Plans are underway to extend light rail to Moodie Drive from Bayshore and then on to Kanata. © The Bulldog The city and […]
An artist’s conception of an Ottawa light-rail station. Frequent Bulldog contributor Sheridan takes on Councillor Allan Hubley’s comments concerning rail to Kanata: The Bulldog should make the clarification that the Confederation […]
This is a release from the City of Ottawa: The City is seeking residents’ feedback to help develop a new rate structure to ensure that the cost of operating and […]
Just when we are wrapping up our freezing rain, now big snow is on the way. But now a heavy snowstorm is on the way. Just click on the red […]
A Kanata resident has a number of concerns about the upcoming mosquito control vote: Hi Ken, I have attached the mosquito ballot being distributed to all households in Kanata North. […]
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 … […]