Full Local, Bulldog Canadian At Full Blast


The Bulldog is taking a few days off to get all his shots.

But there’s still lots of good reading on the Dawg. If you click on Full Local, Ottawa’s best news just keeps on keeping on. And if you click on Bulldog Canadian, that website continues to run bringing you top national news and opinion in real time.

Regular posts on The Bulldog resume on Sept. 1.

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FULL LOCAL: Where Ottawa Comes First


Your fastest, most complete Ottawa-area news summary is here at Full Local.


Full Local brings you the best in Ottawa news, information and opinion from the city’s news sites and blogs – all in real time.

The feed for Planetizen, the leading source of city planning and design, is also supplied here to make Ottawa a better place.

Full Local is below:

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Bulldog Gives You More New Features

bulldogcanucklogoSo it started with Bulldog Canadian a few weeks ago, a whole new website that features the best in national news and comment.

Now The Bulldog is trying out some more new stuff on the readers.

YOUR COMMENTSYour Comments takes all the best submissions from Bulldog readers and puts them together in a more prominent and easily accessible location.

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Bulldog Canadian And Coffee

The great Ron Benn weighs in on the new Bulldog Canadian.

Ron I don’t know how to fix the problem you talk about, but I’ll try.

To read Bulldog Canadian, click here. This is Ron’s email:

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Happy Holidays

xmasbulldogYour friendly neighbourhood Bulldog hasn’t had a holiday in far too long.

So it’s time for a break. The Bulldog will be back with some new features and its old bite on Jan. 5.

And for those of you who can’t go a day without your daily Bulldog fix, we invite you to read Full Local, Full Canadian, and Politics and Gossip. These features are updated every 30 minutes with the best news and opinion from some of Ottawa’s, Canada’s and the world’s best sources.

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The Bulldog Returns Aug. 12

The Bulldog will return on Tuesday, August 12.

But to continue to be informed on municipal and national events, The Bulldog suggests you use the following news feeds on this site. They are constantly updated so you receive the latest in good information and current affairs.

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Real-Time Election Commentary: Bulldog Live

Bulldog LiveAll Ontario election day Thursday, The Bulldog will be online bringing you commentary about the critical vote.

And it’s interactive, you can comment in real time on what you’ve read. Use the comment box at the bottom of this post.

So join Ken Gray and The Bulldog for live commentary on the Ontario election Thursday.

For the live commentary, click on continue reading. The commentary is below:

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Politics Jam: Best Canadian Opinion In Real Time


Try out Politics Jam on Bulldog Canadian.

That’s  where we bring together the absolute best of Canadian opinion from a wide variety of highly respected sources and put it on one page. It’s the cutting edge of Canadian political thought.

No need to browse a number of sites across the Internet. Constantly updated in real time, you get the best in Canadian commentary in this one place.

So check it out. Bookmark Politics Jam. You’ve got the finest Canadian columnists right there, filing as the events happen.

Save your time. Get caught up on what Canadians are talking about right now on Politics Jam. Outstanding comment … fast.

To see Politics Jam, click here

Why Joanne Chianello Has The Casino All Wrong

Trying to restrict gambling through not building a casino downtown is like trying to ban alcohol during Prohibition. It just leaves gamblers going to Lac Leamy casino or to bookies.

Former Citizen colleague Joanne Chianello’s arguments on the proposed Ottawa casino don’t stand close scrutiny. Here’s why.

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Downtown’s The Place For Casino, Sue Sherring

Sorry, Sue Sherring. You’re a fine person, but I must disagree with you on the site of the casino. (Her column in the Sun on the topic is here.)

Put the proposed Ottawa casino at Rideau-Carleton Raceway and you’re dooming it to obscurity. If you think Scotiabank Place is in a bad spot out in the wilds of Kanata just outside Toronto, put the betting parlour out at RCR, situated near Ogdensburg. You can do some cross-border shopping and place a bet. People in Orleans will have to pack a lunch to get there.

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