- The folks over at Apartment 613 have led the way this year, most notably profiling every mayoral candidate and setting up a multimedia mayoral debate.
- Blake Batson, who ran for a council seat last time, is on a bit of a crusade to help non-incumbent candidates win a seat, and it makes for great reading at Perspective Ottawa.
- And of course there's Twitter. The #ottvote hashtag will tell you more about how Ottawans are really feeling than any poll or statistic. And there's some really constructive conversation happening there too -- in particular @kaitli's #iwantamayorwho meme.
- Honourable mentions: Ottawa Election News, Vote Ottawa 2010, Mos Publicus,
Mainstream media reporters are producing some great info too. I've enjoyed:
- David Reevely (Ottawa Citizen) deserves an honourary spot on council and/or the key to the city for the tremendous job he's done analysing mayoral platforms and calling out bullshit on his Greater Ottawa blog.
- Alastair Steele's blog on the CBC web site (although I wish I could subscribe via RSS)
- Ken Gray's The Bulldog (Ottawa Citizen) has almost too much content - with a ton of press releases, videos and commentary posted almost every day in the campaign.
- The Sun & The City blog has been right in the fray as well, with reports from Jon Willing and Susan Sheering.
- Rogers Television has posted candidate videos and ward debates for just about everyone running in this year's election.
Related: Ottawa Election Guide