Canada's First EcoDistrict - February Community Engagement

Canada's First EcoDistrict - February Community Engagement
Posted on January 23, 2015 | Martin Canning | Written on January 23, 2015
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Author's Note:

Author's Note:

Help make Ottawa a sustainable City!

Please join us during the Ottawa Centre EcoDistrict's February community engagement event. We want Ottawa to become one of the most sustainable cities in North America by 2020, and to do this we need your creativity and we need your help.
 
An EcoDistrict is a neighbourhood where property owners, businesses, organizations and residents work together to reduce environmental impacts, create dynamic social spaces, and grow local businesses. More information about the EcoDistrict and how to get involved is listed at the bottom.
 
And please consider this invitation open to you and everyone in your organization, and within your network. It would be greatly appreciated if you would consider forwarding this e-mail to your Ottawa network and sharing our Facebook event - all are welcome!
 
When: Thursday, February 19th, 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Where: Jean Pigot Place, City Hall
 
A detailed agenda will be distributed as we get closer to the event but you can click here to RSVP and for an outline of the evening, and other event details.
 
We need good ideas and people to help implement them. In order to improve the downtown core we need you. We cannot do this without your help. Thank you for your time and for your support,
 
Martin Canning
Outreach Team
Ottawa Centre EcoDistrict
613-316-3929
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The Ottawa Centre EcoDistrict (or OCED) is located in downtown Ottawa and is a not-for-profit organization. We are Canada’s first official EcoDistrict. Click here for more information about the EcoDistrict and its boundaries - all are welcome!
 

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Martin is currently a Senior Advisor in the Office of the Hon. Bob Chiarelli, Minister of Energy. Martin’s career has spanned public and non-profit sectors at national and international levels. His professional... More