By Glen Murray, Ottawa Citizen Letter to the Editor, August 31, 2016 Cap-and-trade is good for environment and economy Re: Bad signs for Ontario’s cap-and-trade hopes, Aug. 24 Ontario will soon be partnering with Quebec and California, in what will be North America’s largest carbon credit trading market. This partnership represents a historic landmark in […] […]
By Allison Sandor, CFRA News, August 30, 2016 Should the city’s beach season be longer? Lifeguards are no longer on duty at the city’s five beaches, even though it’s still warm out. Rideau-Vanier Councillor Mathieu Fleury said extending beach season isn’t that simple.”There are significant budget challenges,” said Fleury. “At the same time, there are […] […]
By Michelle Nash Baker, Ottawa Community News, August 30, 2016 An event scheduled at Lansdowne Park aims to be the most efficient in history. The Green Energy Doors Open will be held across the city and region from Sept. 9 through to Sept. 11. Organized by the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association, the second annual weekend-long […]
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