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Meet Robb Barnes, Ecology Ottawa’s new Executive Director

Ecology Ottawa is excited to introduce our new Executive Director, Robb Barnes. When did you begin to call Ottawa home? I was born in Ottawa and raised in the west end, close to Bayshore Shopping Centre. Back then, those were the outer limits of the city. I recall walking down the street and crossing the Nepean-Ottawa […]

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Media coverage of pipeline pullouts at Kemptville festival

Yesterday the Ottawa Citizen had this coverage: Musicians John Carroll, Lisa Poushinsky and George Buys say they “strongly object to playing under the TransCanada Banner”… [read whole article] And then CBC’s afternoon show did this interview

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Bronson Revisioning by Glebe residents

CBC Ottawa Morning interviews Brian Mitchell from the Glebe Community Association about the second Bronson Audit. Bronson Scheduled Construction leads neighbourhood to revision this thoroughfare. http://www.cbc.ca/ottawamorning/episodes/# (scroll down to “Bronson changes.”)

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[VIDEO] Ottawa Citizen Coverage of Tree Ottawa Launch

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David Miller, tonight’s keynote, on CBC

On CBC’s Ottawa Morning today, David Miller, the keynote speaker at tonight’s Ecology Ottawa annual dinner, the 2014 EcoGala, spoke with Hallie about cities and climate change. Fortunately we have answered CBC’s question “Which candidate in your ward is promising to tackle climate change?”  Original audio here

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From Metro Newspaper – Maguire’s rail plan makes no sense

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Ecology Ottawa takes to the campaign Trail – Ottawa Citizen

Original article here Download PDF here For search engines here’s the text (since it’s not OCRed in the PDF): Velta Tomsons delivers her doorstep stump speech like a pro. After introducing herself to the Blackburn Hamlet resident, Tomsons explains that she’s looking for signatures for a petition asking the city to update its forestry management […]

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Climate and the Civic Race – Ottawa Citizen

Original article here Download PDF here For search engines here’s the text (since it’s not OCRed in the PDF): Climate change is an urgent issue for the municipal government and the city should go beyond its plan to address air quality and climate change, according to the majority of council candidates who responded to a […]

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