The Ecology of Ottawa is a booklet and website designed to help Ottawa residents learn how they are a part of the city’s ecology. You can download a PDF of the booklet or read it below, or visit this website dedicated to the same content.
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- Cyclist struck on O’Connor Street on day of bike lane official opening – Ottawa – CBC NewsBy CBC News Ottawa, October 25, 2016 A cyclist riding in the new O’Connor Street bike lane was struck this evening when a car made a turn at Waverley Street, hours after city councillors and the mayor ceremonially opened the bikeway. A spokesperson for the Ottawa Paramedic Service said it happened at about 5:30 p.m. […]
- Planning committee OKs affordable housing application, new Barrhaven farmers’ market | Ottawa Citizenby Matthew Pearson, Ottawa Citizen, October 25, 2016 The planning committee proved Tuesday it can get a lot done in little time. In less than 40 minutes, the committee said “yes” to more condos for Hintonburg, as well as separate proposals to buy surplus federal land to build affordable housing and start a new farmer’s […]
- Sewage dump goes smoothly in Masson-Angers | Ottawa CitizenBy Tom Spears, Ottawa Citizen, October 25, 2016 A sewage treatment plant in east-end Gatineau is back in action after a day and a half of repairs that forced the city to let untreated sewage enter the Lièvre River. Meredith Brown, the Ottawa Riverkeeper, said the sewage flow wasn’t as bad as she had feared, […]