“We’re not interested in subsidizing an arena.” Mayor Jim Watson on the proposed Ottawa Senators rink at LeBreton Flats Might this be the biggest whopper in recent Ottawa […]
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 […]
Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group sure saw the City of Ottawa coming when it entered into the Lansdowne agreement.
A new topic has been written in The Bulldog Forum.
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 […]
As a Public Private Partnership, the financial elements of the City of Ottawa’s Lansdowne investment are very disappointing.
The city stadium taxpayers paid to refurbish at Lansdowne. The City of Ottawa in its negotiations with the Ottawa Senators has made a point of saying that the municipality […]
Hard to say which is easier. Getting information out of Ottawa City Hall or pulling out your molars with a pair of pliers? You decide.
Mayor Jim Watson brags that the city gets more than a million dollars out of Lansdowne each year. A pittance compared to the amount the city poured into […]
The provincial government must hold an inquiry into some recent financial relationships into which the municipal government has entered.
What is going on here?
We can probably take it as a given that neither the City of Ottawa nor Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group will be writing to The Bulldog over recent Lansdowne […]
If U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions can recuse himself from a real or perceived conflict of interest, why can’t Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson?
Former Bay councillor Alex Cullen tells why he voted against the Lansdowne project: