Tag: City of Ottawa

February 2024 Newsletter

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2024 Orléans Leading Women and Girls Recognition Awards Awarded annually by our MP, Marie-France Lalonde, this award recognizes and rewards women and young girls in Orléans for their involvement in the community and for their leadership.  If you’d like to nominate someone, complete the nomination form for the Orléans Leading Women and Girls Recognition Awards …

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June 2023 Newsletter

Thank You! Thank you to everyone that joined us at our 5th Annual Dog Walkathon, a fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society.  This was a great event for the community to come together, have some fun, and raise a bit of money for cancer research.  Thanks to Laura Dudas for helping with this event, and to …

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October 2021 Newsletter

Participate in Ecology Ottawa’s Fall Bioblitz Join us this long weekend, October 8th to 11th, for our second fall bioblitz! What is a Bioblitz? It’s a community event that highlights the importance of citizen-science, where the effort is to record as many species possible. The goal is to collect as many natural observations as you …

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April 2021 Newsletter

Cleaning the Capital [from City of Ottawa] Early bird registration started on  March 15th. Let’s get cleaning! Register your cleanup project for the 2021 Cleaning the Capital spring campaign by May 15th.  When the project is completed, provide your feedback with the online Cleanup Report by May 31st. Join the thousands of community volunteers to …

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June 2020 Newsletter

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Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit – Jeanne d’Arc on-ramps Update (from Public Notice) This notice is to advise that, as part of the Stage 2 O-Train Light Rail Transit (LRT) project, crews and equipment will be working on modifying the access to Jeanne d’Arc on-ramps at Highway 174, in order to create safer connectivity …

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