The Bulldog and its commentators, commenters and readers send out our heart-felt sympathy to the friends and families of those killed in Toronto on Monday.
The stabbings in the Wellington West Metro might not be indicative of our current wave of violence, but they’re a reminder that the city needs a crime strategy.
A wrongful arrest, broken bones, left naked in a police cell, boot to her face, handcuffed, dragged and stripped.
“Police have beats … and I often will see police filling out reports in an abandoned parking lot off the beaten path. Do it on that street where the […]
“We came to Canada from Somalia to get refuge from violence; we are just being greeted with this violence here.” Aunt of Abdirahman Abdi The new Canadian population is often […]
When a troubled person lands in the hands of the police, that means society has failed. Those aren’t the words of some social radical or zealot. Hardly. Those are the […]
One of the most easiest ways to sell Ottawa is through great quality of life. So opinion polls and stats reveal that Ottawa is not only perceived to be a safe city […]
Is this the city strategy for dealing with violence in the ByWard Market? Rideau-Vanier Councillor Mathieu Fleury tells us once again the ByWard Market is safe. And that’s a relief […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor Sheridan takes on the issue of violence in Ottawa and thinks Mayor Jim Watson should take more action. Sheridan is responding to The Bulldog post, City Adopts […]
Is violence getting worse in Ottawa or has the media so few resources now that easy-to-get police news is dominating the agenda?