Via Heather and Daniel:
Mechanicsville Community Association and Big Trees of Kitchissippi invite you to make your voice count in efforts to say YES to more trees and No to embassies at the NCC Burnside property on the Ottawa River in Kitchissippi Ward.
First, send a video message (hug) to Councillors and Federal Ministers before Earth Day next week, using this simple video platform: https://app.vidhug.com/yes-to-trees-no-to-embassies-/HyZ-FoNL_/record
Use your phone, or record directly on the platform, indoors or (preferably) outdoors to say Yes (and No).
Second, sign this petition calling on the City of Ottawa and NCC to honour their commitments to addressing the climate emergency, by saying Yes to more trees on the site, and No to embassies: See Petition
I found a pair of prescription sunglasses on Northwestern Avenue. Frame is black and brand is Maui Jim.
I can be reached at 613-608-9916.
You are invited to a free webinar on April 22 by the Hampton Iona Community Group. We are pleased to sponsor a webinar by the Friends of Hampton Park and Carlington Park on Urban Foraging. Learn what is available out in your neighbourhood, what can be safely eaten and how to forage in an environmentally, sustainable way. The webinar will take place this Thursday, April 22 from 7:30 pm to 9 pm.
To register for this free webinar, please email email@example.com. The Zoom link and other details will be sent Wednesday April 21.
Hampton Iona Community Group
Urban Naturalization & Pollinators Webinar
This webinar will teach you everything you need to know about how important urban naturalization is. You also won’t want to miss the launch of our first ever Spring Pollinator Plant Fundraiser! We’ll be going over the native plants that will be on sale and how you can start your very own pollinator garden.
- Natasha Jovanovic, our very own Living City Program Manager
- Jess Karafilov, a graduate of Masters of Landscape Architecture at the University of Guelph and one of Ecology Ottawa’s lead volunteers
The webinar will take place on Zoom. The recording of the webinar will be sent to all RSVPs for those who are unable to attend.
Thursday, April 22nd from 6-7 pm EST
Subject: Farmer to Gardener Webinar with Ottawa Farm Fresh
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2021 11:51:02 -0400
From: Ottawa Farm Fresh Admin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I am writing to you today from Ottawa Farm Fresh, Ottawa’s newest family-run organic vegetable farm. We are located on an NCC farm nestled in the Greenbelt, just 12 minutes from downtown Ottawa.
From: Mimi Golding <email@example.com>
Date: March 24, 2021 at 9:14:38 AM EDT
Subject: Goldenrod Community Garden – Gardens for Good Grant : Can you help bump our message?
My name is Mimi Golding. I am a volunteer with the Goldenrod Community Garden. It is a new community garden slated to be built on NCC lands just north of Tunney’s Pasture (off Goldenrod Driveway and Parkdale Avenue).
The Goldenrod Community Garden has applied for a Gardens for Good Grant. We need your help and support to help us bump our messaging for voting for this grant. We are hoping you can add our message request to your communication channels.
From: Judy Thompson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: February 7, 2021, 11:43 PM
Subject: Invitation to Partner with the Ottawa Snowsuit Fund on the 2021 Snow Angel Challenge
[…] We have just received confirmation that Mayor Jim Watson has proclaimed Tuesday, February 16 as Snow Angel Day in Ottawa. He is planning to create his own Angel on Monday. Thank you for sharing your warmth by participating!
Take the Snow Angel Challenge
Help Keep Ottawa Kids Warm
When: Feb 9, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Planning for Priorities: City Planning and Infrastructure Impacts
From http://kitchissippiward.ca/content/planning-priorities-city-planning-and-infrastructure-impacts-february-9-2021 by councillor Jeff Leiper:
Over the last six years, I’ve frequently been asked questions related to how the city is planned and the infrastructure we need paid for. Cycling advocates in particular wonder how and when funding decisions get made, and according to what priorities.
On paper, city planning is elegant. On February 9, I’ll be using a case study approach to explore in just 15 slides how cities in Ontario are planned, the funding mechanisms that support that planning, and who decides where the money is spent and when. While cycling infrastructure will be the focus, the material is equally applicable to virtually everything the City does.
Join me for an hour and half from 7-8:30 for this free webinar to explore in easy-to-understand terms the big strokes of city planning and how those become funding decisions for projects and initiatives big and small. You’ll learn and have the chance to ask questions about when the key decisions are made and who you need to influence to achieve the outcomes that you want.
Register at the link here, and see you on the 9th!
Please mark your calendar to join the Westboro Beach Community Association in learning about the EARLY DAYS IN WESTBORO BEACH
When: 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 17
Robert N. Grainger, an expert on local history, has chaired the History Committee of the Westboro Beach Community Association since 1995. In 2005, he authored Early Days on Westboro Beach: Reflections and Images. This was the centennial year of the creation of the Police Village of Westboro. For a later project he helped the Woodroffe North Community Association produce a history of the village of Woodroffe entitled River, Road and Rail: Woodroffe Memories, published in 2011. Currently, he is preparing a history of the Champlain Park neighbourhood, previously known as Riverside Park. He is one of the most knowledgeable people around when it comes to the history of Old Ottawa West.
The webinar is free and everyone is welcome! To reserve your spot, go to:
Subject: Beechwood Market coming to your neck of the woods
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2021 15:59:52 -0500
From: Beechwood Market <email@example.com>
Hope all is well in this special time to be alive.
As a former community association president (Vanier), I appreciate that your time is precious and you get requests from all angles. In the spirit of adding to your line up of requests, I am writing to tell you that the Beechwood Market is coming to your neighbourhood. I thought your members might be interested in our unique service.
Ottawa’s online farmers market, we offer local products all year round. With a roster of 30 Ottawa area businesses, we are truly supporting local. Nat’s Bread, Carlington Booch, Baccanalle Foods, Hall’s Apple Market, Beking’s Eggs, Ottawa Farm Fresh and Cloud Forest Coffee are just a few of the local businesses featured.
Starting February 6th, customers will be able to pick up their completed orders each Saturday at 339 Richmond Road, the Cloud Forest Cafe. We also deliver for a $5 flat fee.
All the info can be found at beechwoodmarket.ca