Category: Latest posts


Join us to draft the People’s Official Plan

Let’s discuss and build consensus on key goals that need to be included in the final Official Plan

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Eco Gala 2020 — Tickets on Sale Now!

Sit back and relax and enjoy a wonderful evening.

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Reducing Ottawa’s carbon pollution and preserving our urban green space: A balancing act

Ottawa’s population is increasing, and like all growing cities, we face an inherent tension between preserving our living environment and meeting the needs of the human population. Like other cities – especially North American ones – Ottawa has a long…

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You’re invited! Cumberland Ward Environment Debate

All candidates who responded to our questionnaire are invited to participate in an online debate on environmental issues.

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Public letter re: Active transportation infrastructure in Orléans

Following conversations between our supporters, Orléans-area councillors and Bike Ottawa, we wrote to east end federal and provincial representatives to seek public funding for a new multiuse path with protected intersections on Orléans Boulevard.

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Making a Difference with Data

Whenever someone asks me what my job entails, and I follow-up excitedly saying ‘data management’, I see their eyes gloss over as all hope of an interesting conversation fades. What many of my friends and colleagues fail to recognize is…

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An action plan for 15-minute neighbourhoods

Even with the major setback of the city’s urban boundary expansion, an ambitious uptake of policies that build walkable, 15-minute neighbourhoods will combat urban sprawl while making our city more livable

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Ottawa Council just failed its most important environmental test. What happens now?

In the most important environmental vote this term, Ottawa City Council voted to dramatically worsen urban sprawl.

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Join us! “What Sprawl Costs Ottawa” webinar – Tuesday, May 26 at 12pm

Ottawa city councillors are about to make the biggest decision – and probably the biggest mistake – of their political careers.

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Council Watch February Report

Welcome to Council Watch: click here to read the latest report.

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