In journalism, one of the worst writing errors is burying the lede.
I got to know Bob Chiarelli during the seven years I covered city hall for the Ottawa Citizen.
The only true constant is change and change is what is required at Ottawa City Hall.
Bulldog reader Luke Chadwick sent along a comment in The Bulldog Forum saying College Councillor Rick Chiarelli should not run for mayor.
Bulldog readers have overwhelmingly encouraged councillors Diane Deans and Rick Chiarelli to run for mayor in almost identical results.
College Councillor Rick Chiarelli is deciding right now if he should run for council or for mayor or even at the provincial or federal level.
Gloucester-Southgate Councillor Diane Deans is weighing her options for the Oct. 22 municipal election.
Very interesting news from the election front.
Insiders are saying that a number of political types are after former Ottawa Centre MP Paul Dewar to run for Ottawa mayor.
Here’s a blast from the past.
Your agent thinks the work of Allan and Judy Graham is wonderful. No qualms about them in the least.
Now here is an interesting tweet. Candidates for mayor tend to get their ducks in order quite early before the campaign starts in 2018.
A familiar face in Ottawa politics has decided to stay in the limelight.
“We’re going through one of the most significant transformations in our history.” Mayor Jim Watson on the current rate of development