OTTAWA – At his campaign rally at the Innovation Centre at Bayview Yards, Mayor Jim Watson reiterated today the progress made over the last eight years to grow and diversify Ottawa’s economy and support job creation in all parts of the city.Read more
Jim Watson's responses to City for All Women's Initiative's Ottawa Municipal Elections Candidate Survey.Read more
Dear Ecology Ottawa,
Thank you for providing me with your questions about the environment.
I do not believe that the yes/no questionnaire provides candidates or the general public the opportunity to engage in a meaningful dialogue on something as complex as environmental sustainability policies.
The City’s best environmental initiatives have been the result of city-wide efforts to engage residents and have been involved complex negotiations between all levels of government.
I am pleased to note that Ecology Ottawa recognizes that much has been accomplished in Ottawa over the course of the last eight years.
In this spirit, I am pleased to provide you with a high level overview of the key environmental accomplishments of the last two mandates.
I am committed to continue to working with all residents, community organizations, Council, the Province of Ontario and the Government of Canada to support policies and initiatives that benefit Ottawa residents and foster environmental sustainability, in a fiscally responsible way.
Further, I will be releasing key elements of my platform in early September and I look forward to sharing my thoughts on how to maintain our environmental leadership into the next term of Council.
Jim Watson, Mayor
City of Ottawa
With only 75 days to go until Ottawa votes on October 22nd, my campaign to be re-elected as Mayor of Ottawa is in full swing. I am pleased to provide an update from the campaign trail and highlight #TeamWatson’s incredible accomplishments.Read more
Today, Jim Watson, joined by his supporters and special guest Jim Durrell, officially opened his 2018 campaign office during a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house.
The new space was filled with enthusiastic volunteers, neighbours and supporters, who received the behind the scenes tour of the new office, located in Old Ottawa South at 1101 Bank Street.Read more
OTTAWA – Today, Jim Watson held his first rally, officially kicking off his campaign for re-election as Mayor of Ottawa. With almost 300 supporters in attendance, it was one of the largest rallies in Watson’s career. In his remarks, Watson committed to a running a positive campaign that will focus on continuing the progress Ottawa has made over the last two mandates.Read more
Four years ago, I was honoured to be re-elected as Mayor of our beautiful city, with a strong mandate from the residents of Ottawa. Today, I registered to run for re-election, and on October 22, I hope you will support me once again so we can keep working together to maintain our city on a path to progress.
Over the two terms that I have had the privilege of serving the residents of Ottawa, we have seen our city transform, flourish and grow right before our eyes.
My re-election campaign will focus on the work we’ve done together so far, while outlining what we can continue to accomplish together.Read more