A new website for Novotech an M2M solutions company in Ottawa, Ontario. The website was design by local Ottawa graphic design company Initiate Marketing.
+ blogger + developer + politician
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There will be a by-election in the BC riding of Victoria in the coming months. We are running a great candidate, Donald Galloway (go like his facebook page), who was the founding president of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies and one of the founding members of the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers (CARL). Donald lead human rights organiz
So it's been quite some time since I wrote about internal GPO/GPC stuff, but I figured that I should get back to it.
With the recent Ontario by-elections and the with the upcoming Federal by-elections I had a conversation with some GP friends about what criteria should be used to gauge whether a by-election campaign should receive support from the central party.
I should point out that by support I'm talking money, of course the central party should be supporting by-elections in other ways but the question of where to put or limited financial resources is an important one.
The Red Cap fitness website was developed by Bagler IT and was designed by Amanda Spencer (who also design the Spa-Dent website). The owner (a personal trainer in the UK) needed something simple, but didn’t want a site that looked like it was “from a template” so we developed a very simple Drupal 7 website.
In the run up to the 2011 election I had converted www.davebagler.ca (my blog) into a candidate site. After the election I had kind of let the site go, becoming more and more out of date. So I thought it was time to reformat the site on key interest split into 3 categories: life + hobbies, tech and politics.
Katie Gibbs has a popular Ottawa food blog but she was running into limitations with her current setup. Katie had a fairly basic Wordpress setup and was looking for a new website with a custom design and better social media integration. Bagler IT developed and designer her new blog: www.notjustgranola.ca.
On Tuesday, July 10th 2012, downtown Ottawa was witness to a rather unique sight. Over 2,000 scientists and supporters of science participated in the “Death of Evidence” rally—a funeral procession from the Ottawa Convention Centre to Parliament Hill.