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Last week we learned about the abuse of power inside the Ontario PC Party when leader Patrick Brown approved the nomination of candidates whose nominations... more
Dear Fellow Citizens,
Let us pause and consider for a moment, the fine kettle of fish, in which we find ourselves;
1. About an hour ago, I leashed up... more
Last April, Councillor Catherine McKenney and I were informed that the City is required to permanently block off access to the Prince of Wales bridge.
The words “budget” and “public consultation” may evoke suppressed memories of uncomfortable folding chairs, stale muffins and cold coffee. More worrisome,... more
As we know, most people are indifferent to elections, and surprisingly for municipal ones (which directly affect us the most), even more so.
However, in Ottawa... more
Jeff Leiper here. First of all, I want to thank you all for the overwhelming support for our "Have your say" online debate project. You can... more
First, I want to congratulate the Ottawa Food Policy Council, Just Food, the Ottawa Poverty Reduction Network, and the Coalition of Community Health Centres... more
This is my response to the letter my supporters recieved in the mail.
Dear Friends & Neighbours:
Today I am celebrating my supporters in Kitchissippi who ... more
Hollaback! Ottawa, an organization dedicated to ending street harassment, has asked candidates to make specific commitments to ending gender-based violence. It... more
A bit of good news last week: the City will finally explore diverting empty buses from Albert and Scott Streets to reduce peak Scott bus traffic by 14%.
One of the overarching issues that keeps coming up as the team and I knock on doors in the course of campaigning in the upcoming municipal election is how we... more