News & Events
Ash tree removals will start in the Copeland Park community within the coming months
EAB is present in your community and the ash trees on City-property on your street or adjacent to your home have declined to an extent where they need to be removed. Any tree limbs and brush left on your property will be chipped within 2-3 business days of the work being performed.
Work will generally take place between the hours of 7:00 am and 3:30 pm when weather permits.
You may assist this work by removing decorative lights or bird feeders prior to tree removal.
Only trees on City property will be removed as part of this project.
The City will return to remove the stump. lf a tree has not already been planted, Forestry Services will be evaluating your street for tree replacement.
Emerald ash borer (EAB) is a serious invasive insect that kills all species of ash trees
EAB was found in Ottawa in 2008. To combat this insect, the City of Ottawa has developed a strategy to protect
Ottawa’s forest cover. This strategy includes controlling wood movement and disposal, tree removal, selective
tree injections, proactive tree planting, and public outreach.
DON’T MOVE WOOD!
Emerald ash borer does not spread quickly on its own! lt is most commonly spread through moving infested
wood- such as firewood. As the City begins to plant trees and manage the impact of EAB, we are asking for the
public’s cooperation. lf it is necessary to move wood from your property, please consult federal government
regulations before moving any material from ash trees.
For more information the City’s Forestry programs, visit:
ottawa.ca/forestry or call 3-1-1.
Woodroffe High School is presenting the musical Zombie Prom. Please come to one of our community high schools for a fun, family musical.
In the idyllic 1950’s, Enrico Fermi HS sits peacefully in the shadow of a nuclear power plant, but when good girl Toffee falls for a rebel from the wrong side of the tracks, nothing will ever be the same again.
Zombie Prom asks the eternal question, “Will true love conquer all?” This fun-loving 1996 off-broadway hit simultaneously pokes fun at and celebrates the musical comedy genre, the nuclear 1950’s, and our love/hate relationship with the walking dead.
Thursday December 5th, 7:00 p.m.
Friday December 6th, 7:00 p.m.
Saturday December 7th, matinee at 3:00 p.m.
You are invited to participate in a public dialogue with Kevin Page, former Parliamentary Budget Officer of Canada to explore this important question :
Are you getting what you need from the ‘Justice’ you are paying for?
The Smart Justice Network of Canada (SJNC)
Criminalization and Punishment Education Project (CPEP)
invite you to join us on :
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
7:00 to 9:30 pm
Faculty of Social Sciences Building,
120 University, University of Ottawa*
Steve Sullivan, the Executive Director of Ottawa Victims Services will moderate the evening.
Along with brief presentations by Kevin Page, now the Jean-Luc Pépin Research Chair at the School of Political Studies, University of Ottawa and Justin Piché, Assistant Professor, Department of Criminology, University of Ottawa, there will be ample opportunity to share your ideas and hear from others in this community.
We welcome you to be part of this Ottawa conversation. Please refer to the online backgrounder via http://smartjustice.ca/about-us/events/ for more information about this community dialogue and why we think it will interest you.
You may also contact SJNC through the website smartjustice.ca to register for this event or communicate with us in English or French.
Please let me know if I can share our bilingual poster with you, to encourage community engagement among your networks.
I am happy to answer any questions you may have.
We hope to see you on November 12!
Planning Committee Members :
Linda Markowsky (SJNC National Coordinator)
* This location is wheelchair accessible
A fun cooperative playgroup runs Wednesday mornings through the school year.
Include free play, snack, craft, circle time and friends – a great morning for children ages 0 – 5.
Cost is $15 per year/child.
The playgroup is held in a big space in the basement of Trinity United Church on Maitland Avenue.
Please contact Sarah at email@example.com for more info.Read More
The two individuals who built the foundation of the CPCA and have passed the torch to us to hold high receive awards for their service from counsellor Rick Chiarrelli.
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