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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- Booth Street funding proves cycle tracks possible after all | Metro NewsBy Emma Jackson, Ottawa Metro News, August 24, 2016 Booth Street will get cycling lanes – eventually. A major federal funding announcement Tuesday included $1 million for a Booth Street segregated cycle track between Albert Street and the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway, effectively proving the city can indeed install bike infrastructure on the Booth […]
- Carbon-neutral Ottawa property management firm makes history | Metro NewsBy Jacob Serebrin, Ottawa Metro News, August 25, 2016 An Ottawa-based firm has become the first property management company in Canada to be certified as carbon neutral by a national organization that provides education and resources to help Canadians plant and care for trees. ”It’s 2016, it’s the right thing to do,” Capital Concierge president […]
- City mulls new footbridge for Carleton, Vincent Massey Park | Metro NewsBy Emma Jackson, Ottawa Metro News, August 25, 2016 No more detours, no right hooks, no more drivers’ dirty looks? That could well be the refrain from Carleton University campus sometime in the next decade if the city goes ahead with a new cycling and pedestrian bridge over the Rideau River. On Tuesday, the federal […]