Thursday, November 27, 2008

TransitOttawa on Rogers TV tonight

After having the first try cancelled last week due to the extended Transit and Transportation Committee meeting, TransitOttawa will be on Talk Ottawa this evening, on Rogers 22 in Ottawa at 9 p.m. In addition to myself (Peter Raaymakers) and Hume Rogers of the Downtown Coalition, Bay Councillor and Chair of the city's Transit Committee Alex Cullen will also be on the panel for the hour-long program.

Here's the official press release:
The odyssey continues as the future of Ottawa’s transit system is still in the spotlight at city hall. Don’t miss Talk Ottawa tonight at 9PM as the discussion surrounds what that future might look like.

Peter Raaymakers of Public Transit in Ottawa and Hume Rogers of the Downtown Coalition join James Hendricks in studio to consider the implications and take your calls.

Talk Ottawa – tonight at 9PM - exclusively on Rogers TV Cable 22.

Rogers TV is a one of a kind TV channel that is tailor-made for local audiences. Every year, our stations proudly produce over 15,000 hours of original, informative local programming, reinforcing Rogers Cable's commitment to the communities we serve. Rogers TV is a service available exclusively to cable customers as part of the basic service of Rogers Cable Communications Inc., Canada's largest cable company, delivering high quality entertainment, information and communication services to 2.2 million customers in Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland.

For more information please contact:
Lisa Lafontaine, Publicity Officer
Rogers TV Cable 22

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