Category Archives: Champlain Oaks Project

A Neighbouring Project about Neighbourhood Oak Trees, their home page is http://www.champlainoaks.com/

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“The 25th Hour – If A Tree Falls” Video on Protecting Champlain Park Trees

Subject: Video by Carleton U students features tree protection in Champlain Park Date: Sat, 5 Dec 2015 14:11:36 -0500 From: Debra Huron <dhuron@sympatico.ca> Daniel Buckles and Erin Topping, with her children, are featured in a new video by four Carleton … Continue reading

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Volunteer Tree Rep for Champlain Park needed

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2015 09:55:30 -0400 From: Debra Huron <dhuron@sympatico.ca> Do you care about protecting the big trees in Champlain Park, and would you like to be part of a group active in Kitchissippi Ward that is doing just … Continue reading

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National Tree Day & Big Trees of Kitchissippi

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Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2015 08:41:41 -0400 From: Debra Huron <dhuron@sympatico.ca> Dear Champlain Park residents, Today is National Tree Day. We are surrounded by big trees that make our lives better. Celebrate the trees around you. Join in the fight … Continue reading

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Can you sew? Will you make a tree?

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The tree reps from community associations in Kitchissippi, and from the Champlain Oaks Project, want to create a tree mascot. It will be life-size and it will walk! The mascot will support our work in protecting mature trees in Kitchissippi … Continue reading

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Celebrating National Tree Day! Wed Sept. 24

All residents of Champlain Park are invited to an early morning celebration on National Tree Day, Weds. Sept. 24. Candidates running for City Council in the municipal election have been invited to attend. Please click on this PDF for details. … Continue reading

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Trees Have a Voice . . . Yours!

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For PDF version of Trees Have a Voice Flyer

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Toronto’s vision for mature, healthy trees

Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2014 11:58:20 -0400 From: Debra Huron <dhuron@sympatico.ca> This article from Friday’s Globe and Mail raises and probes into all the important questions around how cities can work to maintain and protect large, healthy trees. Toronto has … Continue reading