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Dear Minister Bradley,   RE:  Guelph Dolime Quarry Permit to Take Water Ministry Instrument Reference: 5080-8TAKK2 EBR Registry Number: 011-5939   I believe... more
Water
Guelph Dolime Quarry Water Permit
Guelph
Ontario
Ministry of Environment
Green Party of Ontario
A Main Street built for cars or for all people? That’s the question before Ottawa city council. The “Complete Street” proposal for Main Street will be voted on... more
Transportation
Complete Streets
Ecology Ottawa
Livable communities
Cycling
City of Ottawa
Ottawa City Council
Ottawa
Invitation to Do The Math on Climate Change Dear Ottawa residents, “Do The Math” is a 42-minute documentary about the rising movement in the United States to... more
 
July 9, 2013
climate change
Environment
global warming
Ottawa
Dear Ottawa residents, As the City of Ottawa debates better transit, better cycling and walking infrastructure and implementing its Complete Streets objectives... more
Cycling
Cycling safety
Transportation
City of Ottawa
Ottawa
Complete Streets
Citizens for Safe Cycling
Canadian Automobile Assoc.
Enviro Centre
David Chernushenko
A Rogers Communications van burst into flames today on Parkland Crescent in Nepean. Three fire engines arrived within 10 minutes to put out the flames. The... more
 
July 8, 2013
Fire
Rogers
Spontaneous combustion
Ottawa
Nepean
Ottawa Fire Department
Dear Canadians, The headlines covered some of what happened: scandals, Senate fraud, a $90,000 cheque from the prime minister’s chief of staff, Nigel Wright, (... more
Federal Government
Senate scandal
governance
Elizabeth May
Green Party of Canada
Conservative Party of Canada
Brent Rathgeber
NDP
Liberal Party of Canada
Parliamentary Committees
There were some amusing moments at the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee meeting on Thursday.  Such as chair, Doug Thompson’s suggestion that Ottawa’s... more
City of Ottawa Wildlife policy
Wildlife
Public consultation
City of Ottawa
Jim Watson
living with wildlife
Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee
Doug Thompson
Prior to 2002, we had no history with emerald ash borer (EAB) the way we do with native pests. We also had no established methods to control it. Instead, we... more
Ash trees
Emerald Ash Borer
trees
TreeAzin
BioForest
Ottawa
Toronto
Ontario
Oakville
Breaking News! As we countdown to the final hours of the ‘Banned on the Hill’ campaign, two great environmental advocacy organizations, DeSmog Canada and... more
climate change
Government Censorship
Government of Canada
Canada
Art
Oil sands
Oil
Conservative Party of Canada
Stephen Harper
Dear Ottawa Taxpayers,  Over the last several months we have all listened to complaints from members of Ottawa City Council and the Police service Board about... more
 
By OTAG
June 26, 2013
Property Taxes
Police
Ottawa
City of Ottawa
Ottawa Budget
Dear Ottawa residents, The Greenspace Alliance of Canada’s Capital remains a leading advocate of greenspace preservation and expansion in the National Capital... more
Greenspace Alliance
Environment
City of Ottawa
Ottawa
Official Plan
Emerald Ash Borer
EAB
Provincial policy statement
Carp River restoration
Ottawa Budget
Ottawa Forests
Lansdowne Park
Dear Premier Wynne; I am deeply disappointed in your government’s decision to gut Ontario’s Endangered Species Act (ESA). You have failed your first big... more
endangered species
Green Party of Ontario
Premier Wynne
Ontario
Environment
animals
Wildlife
wildlife conflict
Michael Schreiner
Swamp Line 9! Stop the Expansion of Enbridge’s Line 9 in Hamilton, Ontario Dear Canadians, As this statement is released, we are digging in and occupying... more
climate change
Enbridge Line 9
Pipeline
Oil sands pipelines
oil spill
Oil
Enbridge
Environment
environmentalist
oil spill
pipeline spill
Oil sands
tar sands
Dirty Oil
It's time for some common sense to be applied to the westerly extension of the Transitway. The City is obsessed with not routing the LRT down Carling Avenue... more
Light Rail Transit
Carling Avenue
Ottawa West
LRT
Carling Avenue Routing
Commuting
Transit
Dear Ottawa media, If I wanted to go to the former “lynx” stadium for a few hours of baseball I would gladly spend the money. I loved watching games with... more
Property Taxes
Ottawa's baseball stadium
Ottawa
Ottawa City Council
Jim Watson
Kent Kirkpatrick

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