This from former Kitchissippi councillor Katherine Hobbs’ Facebook page.
The best part of premier-elect Doug Ford, you ask?
There is no traffic crunch on Spencer Avenue that would require Kitchissippi Councillor Jeff Leiper to consider the idea of bike lanes on the street.
Frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn is a real asset to The Bulldog and the community.
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 […]
A few years ago former Kitchissippi councillor Katherine Hobbs chided your agent for saying that there were still a few unsafe spots in rapidly gentrifying Hintonburg. Hobbs said that wasn’t […]
Here’s a Facebook person who responded angrily to one of The Bulldog posts concerning Katherine Hobbs:
Hintonburg is home to some of the toughest politics in the city. This is a response to Hintonburg community Activist Jay Baltz’s concerns about The Bulldog post Is Jeff Leiper […]
Hintonburg community activist Jay Baltz responds to the post Is Jeff Leiper Playing Politics? We would advise that you read the Leiper post so the reader can put the Baltz letter […]
Always good to see a politician taking the high road on an issue. But I’m confused, Jeff Leiper. Wasn’t Jay Baltz one of your campaign managers during the last municipal […]
When former Kitchissippi councillor Katherine Hobbs ran for office in 2010, the most-often-asked question was: Who? Hobbs had little appreciable community work behind her and was a complete unknown when […]
So often I’ve moaned about the fact that over the years The Bulldog has lost two of its favourite persons. Yes, former mayor Larry O’Brien and former councillor Katherine (Katie) Hobbs. […]
One of the most curious questions behind closed doors at Ottawa City Hall is what happened to former Kitchissippi councillor Katherine Hobbs. Does she still live in the city? Does […]
Some talking points on the Manning Centre study of 2010-2014 Ottawa City Council. We know why Mayor Jim Watson was such a strong supporter of the unusual Kitchissippi councillor Katherine […]