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Join our team! Clean Energy Outreach Volunteer

Ecology Ottawa is looking for an Energy East Outreach Volunteer to join our dynamic team. The Clean Energy Outreach Volunteer will organize to stop the proposed Energy East tar sands pipeline by reaching out to key members of the community and inviting them to join our campaign. This position involves immersion in the tools and […]

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Volunteer Opportunity: CP Women’s Open Green Clean-up Team

Ecology Ottawa is running the Green Team at this year’s Canadian Pacific Women’s Open Golf Tournament! The Ladies Professional Golf Association will be teeing off late August at the Ottawa Hunt & Golf Club. Come join us to keep the grounds clean and green as thousands of fans gather to see the stars in action. We […]

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Save the Date: EcoFest 2017 – Ecology Ottawa’s 10th anniversary celebration

Save the date: Thursday, October 12th, 2017 at the Aberdeen Pavilion.  This year, our annual dinner is bigger and better than ever! On October 12th 2017, at the Aberdeen Pavilion in Lansdowne Park, Ecology Ottawa will be celebrating our 10th anniversary by hosting EcoFest – Ottawa’s biggest gathering of the environmental community. This event will feature […]

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Volunteer opportunities: Join our team this summer

If you’re looking for more ways to enjoy the summer and help promote healthy greenspace, advocate for clean energy or divert waste from landfills, Ecology Ottawa has you covered. Check out our volunteer positions below! 1. Volunteer for the Green Team at the Canadian Pacific Women’s Golf Tournament, August 21-27 The Ladies Professional Golf Association will be teeing […]

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A New Urban Forest Management Plan is Officially On its Way to City Council

On Tuesday, June 20th 2017, Ecology Ottawa appeared at City Hall to congratulate the City of Ottawa for developing a new Urban Forest Management Plan draft, and to gift the council with a tree composed of the names of our petition signers. In the wake of the emerald ash borer crisis, we wanted the City […]

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Volunteer opportunity: the Great Glebe GREEN Garage Sale is back !

  SATURDAY, MAY 27, 2017, 8am-4pm 680 & 690 Bank Street (at Glebe Avenue) Rogers Plus & Kunstadt Sports parking lots It’s our favourite time of year again… Soon the entire Glebe will be abuzz with lawn-hawking like you’ve never seen. It’s this annual mecca of bargain-hunters from near and far that gave birth to […]

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Get Involved Today!

Ecology Ottawa joined Council of Canadians and indigenous rights activists in October 2016 for a discussion on protecting water and opposing the proposed Energy East pipeline. You can take action to protect Ottawa’s water, land and climate today. Get involved with Ecology Ottawa! Visit us at ecologyottawa.ca/volunteer

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Join our team!

Ecology Ottawa is looking for Interns to join a dynamic team. Interns will be asked to perform three main tasks: participate in direct outreach; receive training; and conduct work on a special project that touches on one of Ecology Ottawa’s three core campaign areas. Our core campaign areas focus on: trees and water (“Living City”); energy […]

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Volunteer Opportunity – Eco Gala 2016

Join the Eco Gala 2016 planning and organizing team! Ecology Ottawa is having its 9th annual fundraising dinner this October, 2016 and we need your help to make Eco Gala 2016 a success! This event always sells out and this year we plan to have over 550 guests in the room – including keynote speakers, […]

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Opposition to Energy East an Easy Decision for Former Calgarian

What is wrong with you people?! – Those were the words immediately out of my step-dad’s mouth as he heard about my exciting new position at Ecology Ottawa. That new position, is replacing my friend Avery Dawes on the Tar Free 613 Campaign, a grassroots movement opposing TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline here in Ottawa, which is proposed to […]

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