A new topic has been written by a participant on The Bulldog Forum.
On the city website for the records of meetings, the municipal government still uses the deprecated Microsoft Silverlight 5 software which is planned to be phased out in 2021.
What do we need in the next city council?
People get tired of being told what to do.
As we speak, Mayor Jim Watson and councillors Jeff Leiper and Catherine McKenney are having a tweet spat on Twitter over the budget:
“If you don’t want to play a leadership role in the city, then don’t show up here. Don’t come into this space because this is where the leaders of […]
Outstanding Bulldog contributor Ron Benn looks at the ledger of favours given and favours refused by Mayor Jim Watson:
Some Bulldog readers might not know exactly the methods Mayor Jim Watson uses to get his way on Ottawa City Council.
Last week Mayor Jim Watson felt that safe injection sites could not be debated at Ottawa City Council. Here are some issues His Worship feels strongly should be […]
No one knows what kind of perverse joy your agent gets in planning committee chairwoman Jan Harder arguing against “reasonableness” when it comes to the Ontario Municipal Board. When has reasonableness […]
At least three Ottawa city councillors have been contacted by Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk, sources say. The reason for the calls is unknown. At present, Melnyk is bidding for […]
The Manning Centre has quantified the votes, actions and debate at Ottawa City Council. The results are surprising yet fascinating: “Ottawa’s city council approves almost everything, suggesting decisions are made […]
Bulldog contributor Ron Benn reminds Kanata South Councillor Allan Hubley about the purpose of a planning committee. It’s not a spot-zoning committee: While I accept that the English language is […]
Irrespective of the money that was to be spent on the Albion-Heatherington neighbourhood, the one good outcome from that issue is that Ottawa City Hall actually had some real debate last week. It […]