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Ottawa Municipal Election 2014

Ottawa votes for a new city council this fall. We are working hard to ensure the next council makes Ottawa the green capital of Canada. Click here to see how ...

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Tree Ottawa Will Plant One Million Trees for Canada’s 150th Anniversary in 2017

Ecology Ottawa, along with local schools, community associations, corporations, charities, and citizens will plant one million trees in the city for Canada’s 150th anniversary (2017). Tree Ottawa is a community-centered initiative for the ...

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Stop the Tar Sands Pipeline through the City of Ottawa

TransCanada wants to convert a gas pipeline into one that would carry toxic Tar Sands oil  through Ottawa. It is all risk and no benefit to the people of Ottawa. Sign ...

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City is recruiting residents to serve on committees and boards

The City of Ottawa has a number of bodies that citizens can ...
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Election Reports

Ecology Ottawa asked all candidates in the 2014 municipal election a series ...
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Election survey shows whopping majority of candidates see city role on climate change

In our second report on where candidates stand, the agreement is overwhelming.  ...

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Tree Ottawa Website and Calendar Manager

Tree Ottawa is in need of a volunteer to help manage our website and calendar This is an important role, as the website is one of our primary ways of connecting with people who are interested in learning more about Tree Ottawa and our upcoming events. This would be a great opportunity for someone who is […]

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Adopt-a-Tree Outreach Volunteers

Have you noticed all those city trees along the sidewalks? Don’t they add a lovely touch of nature to our city streets? Unfortunately, those trees have an average lifespan of 7 years. All they need is a little tender loving care. They need to be adopted!  We’ve just rolled out our free, shiny, web-based Adopt-a-Tree Mapping […]

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Tree Social Media Coordinator

Do you have a passion for communications and social media? Do you want to help Ottawa plant one MILLION trees in time for Canada’s 150th anniversary in 2017? Ecology Ottawa’s Tree Ottawa initiative needs volunteers who can help manage our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram outreach. We also have a number of exciting events coming up that […]

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Data Management

Data systems are key to the success of Ecology Ottawa’s outreach efforts. We need help with data entry, data cleaning and data analysis. Training with our data systems will be provided. If you’re interested, email Robb Barnes today: robb.barnes@ecologyottawa.ca.

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Elections 2015

Ecology Ottawa will be conducting outreach in the run-up to the 2015 federal election. We need your help! Join our outreach team and help us with canvassing, community events and data management. Interested? Email Robb Barnes today: robb.barnes@ecologyottawa.ca.

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Ecology Ottawa joins 60+ groups calling for climate review of Energy East

Ecology Ottawa is proud to be part of this letter to the National Energy Board. December 11, 2014 For Immediate Release  60+ Groups Call for a Climate Review of Energy East  Leading environmental organizations & community groups call for the National Energy Board to consider the upstream climate impacts of the pipeline.   Full Letter: […]

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Council adopts key dates for 2015 budget process

10 December 2014 from the “City Council Newsfeed” Ottawa – The City of Ottawa has finalized key dates for the 2015 budget timetable and multi-ward public consultations. 2015 tax-supported budget timetable The City’s 2015 draft operating and capital budgets will be tabled with City Council at a special meeting on Wednesday, February 4. Council will […]

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Outreach for Elections 2015

Ecology Ottawa will be conducting outreach in the run-up to the 2015 federal election. We need your help! Join our outreach team and help us with canvassing, community events and data management. Interested? Email Robb Barnes today: robb.barnes@ecologyottawa.ca.

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Transit Committee

Transit Commission: Chair Councillor Stephen Blais, Vice-Chair Councillor Michael Qaqish, Councillors Marianne Wilkinson, Keith Egli, Tim Tierney, Tobi Nussbaum, Jeff Leiper and Jean Cloutier

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Transportation Committee

Transportation Committee: Chair Councillor Keith Egli, Vice-Chair Councillor Catherine McKenney, Councillors Bob Monette, Jody Mitic, Shad Qadri, Diane Deans, Mathieu Fleury, David Chernushenko, George Darouze, Scott Moffatt and Michael Qaqish

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