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Number of Projects: 303
Organization: Moose Rail Inc.
Timeline for Completion: 2019
Moose Inc. is an interprovincial transit program that will connect communities in outlying eastern Ontario and the Gatineau region in Quebec with the National Capital Region.
The Moose Consortium plan makes efficient and effective use of existing corridors and infrastructure in ways that are complementary to each municipality’s current transit operations, plans and priorities.
All three of the inter-provincial railway lines selected for the Moose service intersect with the Ottawa LRT and Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) routes. Two of them intersect with Gatineau’s Rapibus BRT.
Organization: EcoEquitable Inc
Timeline for Completion: Founded 2002 Ongoing
Our vision: An inclusive and sustainable society where all can realize their full potential within their community.
Our mission: Providing a bridge to social and economic integration for people in need, especially immigrant women, while greening our community.
EcoEquitable Inc. is a registered Canadian charity, providing temporary employment and skills development training through small-scale textile recycling.
Organization: Ottawa Region – Green Energy Doors Open
Timeline for Completion: Sept 9-10-11, 2016
Green Energy Doors Open, is a province-wide showcase of individual, community, and commercial sustainable energy projects. It is organized and spearheaded by the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association. The initiative aims to showcase advancements in the sector, demonstrating that Ontario is already on the path to building a 100% clean, sustainable energy system.
Mark you calendar now! Green Energy Doors Open will be held across the Ottawa Region from Friday, September 9th through Sunday, the 11th!
The Energy Showcase and EV Exhibition will be held at Lansdowne Park on Saturday, September 10th from 10 AM to 3 PM
ALL activities are FREE to the public!
Organization: Escape Tours
Timeline for Completion: Ongoing Seasonal – April to October
Our bicycle tours are designed for leisure and recreational bicyclists! Travelling on mostly bicycle routes (at an easy to moderate pace) we bicycle between 15 and 40 kilometers per tour. Our tours include visits to some of the most attractive sites and hidden gems in Ottawa. We stop to enjoy locally-sourced, delicious & nutritious food, visit museums, historic sites, and parks while bicycling through breathtaking scenery.
April to October Daily Schedule (Advanced reservation is required) 10:00 am-12:00 noon and 1:30-3:30 pm
Starting Location: 163 Sparks St. (close to the O’Connor intersection)
Organization: Just Food
Timeline for Completion: Started in 2012 Ongoing
The Just Food Farm promotes: a healthy local food economy with access to food for all, serving the growing demand for locally produced products; a vibrant and economically viable farming sector; and a cost-effective model of conservation and land stewardship that builds on scientifically based agro-ecological practices.
Organization: Joint project between Sustain Kanata North and the Transportation Action Committee Kanata-North (TACK)
Timeline for Completion: Issued May, 2016
Kanata North Cycling Map now available! Pick up your free copy at the Beaverbrook Library or Seniors Centre. This map shows the difficulty level of the various routes and all those short connecting paths that the city maps leave off. This is a join project between Sustain Kanata North and the Transportation Action Committee Kanata-North (TACK) On-line version will be posted soon. Stay tuned!
Organization: Tomlinson Group
Timeline for Completion: Opened May, 2016 Ongoing
Recycle your construction debris and waste materials at Ottawa’s new state-of-the-art facility. Making it easy for you to do the right thing for the environment.
In a market where builders, businesses and homeowners continue to embrace sustainability and environmentally conscious concepts like LEED and BOMA BEST, the Tomlinson Waste Recovery Centre makes it easier for everyone to do their part in protecting the environment.
The Tomlinson Waste Recovery Centre combines a state-of-the-art construction and demolition recycling facility, a traditional blue and black box processing facility, an electronics and appliances recycling depot and a waste transfer station for any material that can’t be recovered. The result is a single destination and environmental resource for the local construction industry, businesses and home owners tackling their own renovation, construction or cleanup projects.
HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday through Friday – 7 am to 5 pm and Saturday – 7 am to 1 pm
LOCATION: 106 Westhunt Drive, Ottawa ON
Organization: Coalition of Community Health and Resource Centres of Ottawa
Timeline for Completion: Started 2014 Ongoing
The MarketMobile brings fresh, affordable and culturally appropriate vegetables and fruit to eight Ottawa neighbourhoods that have limited access to healthy foods.
The MarketMobile is an initiative of the Poverty and Hunger Working Group, in collaboration with multiple public, private and community partners including Ottawa Public Health, the Coalition of Community Health and Resource Centres, Ottawa Community Housing, Loblaws Rideau and community members.
Organization: Ottawa Stewardship Council
Timeline for Completion: Issued 2015
If there is one thing you as a landowner can do to make Ottawa a livable city for wildlife it’s planting native species of trees, shrubs, flowers, and other plants. By favouring native plants over aliens in the urban, suburban and rural landscape, gardeners can do much to sustain biodiversity. Native plants support and produce more insects than alien plants and in turn feed more numbers and species of other animals. Alien plants in our gardens are often so non-nutritious to the other members of the garden community that they might as well not be there at all.
Organization: Municipality of Sainte-Thérèse-de-la-Gatineau
Timeline for Completion: Ongoing Seasonal (May to October)
The White-tail Deer Interpretation Center, open from May to October, invites you to come and discover the white-tail deer in its natural habitat and enjoy the 14-km network of hiking trails.
Visiting the Center means…
. Choosing to hike the 14 km of trails
. Choosing to hike one of the 4 loops of the main trail
. Discovering the beauty of the Rouge Falls
. Admiring the Lac des Trente-et-un milles (31-Mile Lake) from the magnificent lookout on the Régalis loop