The previously mentioned craft fair has been cancelled due to lack of vendors. They’ll try again next year.
Subject: Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for May 15, 2017
Date: Mon, 15 May 2017 14:21:31 -0400
From: Dawn Neilly <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Ottawa Police Service will be on the lookout for drivers in violation of the one -metre safe passing of cyclists legislation in the coming weeks.
This week’s topics:
- Bike safety – Rules and suggestions.
- 2017 Community Police Awards Ceremony.
- 2017 Police Week events – May 14 to 20, theme is: Working Together for Safer Communities.
- STEP in May – Motorcycles and defective vehicles.
In other news, police record checks are now preferably done online, see https://www.ottawapolice.ca/en/contact-us/Police-Record-Checks.asp
Subject: missing garbage can
Date: Fri, 12 May 2017 02:33:05 +0000 (UTC)
From: tk penniston <email@example.com>
Someone took my 9 Litre (small sized) galvanized steel garbage can from my front lawn on the eve of garbage pick-up (evening of 11 May). It has a blue metal cord attaching the lid to the can and my address written in sharpie on the side (265 Daniel). Grateful if anyone with information could contact me by return e-mail.
Subject: re: Celebrate Canadian Gardening event tomorrow, Tuesday May 9th at 7PM, Jean Pigott Place Ottawa!
Date: Mon, 8 May 2017 17:23:18 -0400
We’re hoping you and the members of your association will be interested in an event planned for tomorrow at Jean Pigott Place in Ottawa, at 7PM!
Tickets are $20 and are available at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/celebrate-gardening-in-canada-with-albert-mondor-tickets-33082268957
All proceeds are being directed to the Ottawa Food Bank and Debra Dynes Family House.
The speaker is celebrity garden expert Albert Mondor, and his topic, New Wave Horticulture, is described below.
New Wave Horticulture is an original, surprising and sometimes downright mystifying way to grow edible and ornamental plants where normally they perhaps would not grow. It’s not necessarily avant-garde technology, but rather a vision of an utilitarian urban horticulture, focused on recovery, recycling as well as addressing food and environmental challenges of tomorrow. Green walls, urban agriculture, foodscaping, composting, tiny plants and gardens, reclaimed and recycled landscaping materials and phytotechnology are a few topics Albert Mondor will discuss.
We hope to see you there!
The Compost Council of Canada
In very very local news…
Subject: Fast response by City of Ottawa and local councillor’s office
Date: Sat, 6 May 2017 22:05:37 -0400
From: Dave and Colleen Bolger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Big thanks to the city for prompt action on the sidewalk construction clean-up last week.