‘A change in practice’: Scientists and experts say nitrogen fertilizer emission target achievable
Scientists and fertilizer experts say emission target on nitrogen fertilizers “a realistic reduction” and “achievable”.
Farmers hit Ottawa streets to protest climate crisis limits on use of fertilizers
Farmers are protesting limits on the use of fertilizers that can cause emissions of nitrogen that can contribute to global warming.
Caring community: Café Ukraine opens a welcoming door to newcomers fleeing war at home
The local Ukrainian community has opened a drop-in centre for newcomers to Canada.
Community heroes to be honoured by the planting of 500 trees at Beechwood Cemetery
The non-profit Trees for Life is partnering with Beechwood Cemetery to plant 500 trees in honour of community heroes including members of the military and health-care workers.
Project in Old Ottawa South piloting a way to retrofit and improve comfort in older homes
A pilot project in Old Ottawa South is aiming to provide the information homeowners need to properly retrofit their century-old homes.
New lending library makes it possible to enjoy the outdoors without breaking the bank
The new volunteer-based Ottawa Outdoor Gear Library opened five months ago on Boyd Avenue and it is busy gathering equipment to lend to Ottawa residents and help them better appreciate outdoor public spaces.