If you are planning one zillion condo units on LeBreton Flats that will, in part, produce revenue to pay for a number of developments there including a new home for […]
“It’s critical,” Melnyk said. “I think [Ottawa can survive in the NHL], without doubt, but it has to go forward with the arena project.” Ottawa Senators’ owner Eugene […]
This is a release from the National Capital Commission. Note the line on remediation:
City Council today approved delegating authority to Mayor Jim Watson and City Manager Steve Kanellakos to participate in the National Capital Commission’s commercially confidential negotiations to redevelop LeBreton […]
This is a memo from the City of Ottawa:
Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk is playing nice with Mayor Jim Watson. That’s a bad idea.
You’ll remember that Mayor Jim Watson got Ottawa City Council to give himself and city manager Steve Kanellakos sole authority to negotiate a deal on LeBreton Flats.
The Ottawa Senators this spring taught us much about skill, perseverance, effort, teamwork and loyalty.
Didn’t Mayor Jim Watson fight to become a non-voting member of the National Capital Commission board?
Frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn looks at the conflict of interest between the city’s entertainment interests and those of the Ottawa Senators in a rink at LeBreton Flats.
Ottawa’s should watch the moves of Mayor Jim Watson closely as he tries to grab power on the LeBreton Flats project: Watson and Senators owner Eugene Melnyk do not like each […]
Bulldog contributor CeeLee adds an important point to the question of city negotiations on LeBreton Flats:
Frequent Bulldog contributor The Voter says Mayor Jim Watson has no place at the LeBreton Flats negotiating table:
Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk awoke Wednesday morning with optimism and all the hope in the world. His hockey team will have huge crowds for at least two games at […]