Federal Election Survey 2021

Ecology Ottawa is issuing an election survey to all registered federal candidates running in Ottawa-area ridings.

We're asking all candidates to tell Ottawans about their priorities for environmental action across our three program areas - Living City, focused on trees, water and greenspace; Active City, focused on sustainable transportation; and Renewable City, focused on climate and the energy transition. 

Click here to see a copy of our election survey, and stay tuned for responses from the candidates. Responses will be posted as they become available. 

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End Fossil Fuel Promotion in City Facilities

A group of fifteen organizations, including Ecology Ottawa, is calling on Mayor Mark Sutcliffe and Ottawa City Council to end fossil fuel promotion in City facilities.

On March 5, the City’s Finance and Corporate Services Committee meets to discuss the City’s Corporate Sponsorship and Advertising policy. Currently, fossil-fuel companies are allowed to advertise in City facilities like arenas, parks, and City publications.

Non-Violent Climate Action Now: Bill McKibben at Carleton University

Bill McKibben’s introduction to his electrifying talk, “Notes on the Climate Struggle,” delivered to a packed audience at Carleton University, hit home for his Ottawa crowd. He had been eager, he said, to visit in February because he wanted to go skating on the canal. The canal, however, was closed on that first day of Winterlude and showed no signs of opening soon. It was a talk we all need to hear.

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