2014 Ottawa Municipal Elections - Letters

Letters

2014 Ottawa Municipal Election

Dear Candidate, I am writing to you today to invite you to claim your profile at UnpublishedOttawa.com, a social media site for current affairs in Ottawa and... more
Gridlock in Ottawa has a huge negative impact on our quality of life. The Complete Streets Approach to transit, favoured by the current administration, favours... more
Dear Mr. Egli and Mr Lambiri: Thank you both for your willingness to be our next Ward 9 city councillor. We know that the job is demanding and that there are... more
Hollaback! Ottawa, an organization dedicated to ending street harassment, has asked candidates to make specific commitments to ending gender-based violence. It... more
October 1st. You're Invited!R.S.V.P. Cynicism about politics can be disheartening. Cities are complex. We face many challenges including poverty, the need for... more
OTTAWA (September 27, 2014): – Just days after incumbent mayor Jim Watson said in an environmental all candidates debate that the city has “a moral and... more
I am running for the office of Councillor in Ward 9 (Knoxdale-Merivale) because I love this community.  My wife and I, have called Nepean home most our adult... more
I have been paying close attention to all the ward races in the upcoming 2014 municipal election. Specifically, On Rogers television, our community television... more
Of the 24 City Hall elected officials, only six are women.  They are Jan Harder, Marianne Wilkinson, Diane Deans, Dianne Holmes, Katherine Hobbs and Maria... more
(Ottawa, September 24, 2014) Today, Catherine Fortin LeFaivre, candidate for council in Rideau-Vanier, announced that she would fight Trinity Group's request... more

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