2014 Ottawa Municipal Elections - Letters


2014 Ottawa Municipal Election

Who doesn’t want safer roads? During the run up to the 2014 elections it became clear once again that Ottawa’s residents want traffic to slow down. In Knoxdale... more
For Immediate Release Ottawa, Oct. 20 - During the 2014 Ottawa municipal election campaign many new and not so new ideas have resurfaced as possible solutions... more
College Ward is proving to be a microcosm of what is right and wrong with this election. In College Ward there are four candidates; the incumbent Rick... more
Hi Ottawa residents,   In the lead-up to the municipal election, we asked every candidate their views on the proposed Energy East pipeline. Their responses... more
Here are eight more endorsements that were not easy but still not the hardest. The wards covered in this post include both incumbent wards and open wards.  I’... more
No, he's not Tim. Alex Cullen is saying that businesses and members of a family owned business should not have undue influence over an election that is about... more
If you live and drive in Ottawa, chances are you’ve been on Merivale, probably a number of times. The road is, after all, hard to avoid. Located at the... more
Born and raised in Ottawa, I have been living in Somerset Ward for almost 30 years.  I have been involved in my community from the moment I moved here.  I have... more
“Business” as Usual At City Hall? I decided about 3 years ago I was going to run for the position of Ward 5 City Councillor. In the time between then and now,... more
At the Ecology Ottawa debate on the Environment of September 24, candidate mayor Jim Watson, in response to a question from the Greenspace Alliance, committed... more