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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- Community Crafting: Builders come together to create Wateridge Village | Ottawa CitizenBy Anita Murray, Ottawa Citizen, November 28, 2016 (in paper December 3, 2016) The largest chunk of undeveloped land left in the city’s core begins its transformation into a residential community as sales officially open this weekend at Wateridge Village. Set on 310 acres of rolling land that made up Canadian Forces Base Rockcliffe, the […]
- Farmers’ markets in a bit of a pickle | Metro OttawaBy Ryan Tumilty, Ottawa Metro News, December 1, 2016 There have been problems with cash handling, wild swings in rent payment and a general lack of oversight by the city in its management of the Byward and Parkdale markets, the auditor has found. The auditor general’s office delivered the troubling assessment of the markets on […]
- Liberal MPs, MPPs, mayor back Sir John Carling site for new Civic hospital – Ottawa – CBC NewsBy CBC News Ottawa, December 2, 2016 Liberal MPs and MPPs are joining Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson’s call for the future Civic campus of the Ottawa Hospital to be built at the Sir John Carling site. At a news conference outside the mayor’s office on Friday morning, flanked by more than a dozen other politicians, […]