Showing posts from April, 2019

April newsletter

In recent years, Ottawa has experienced extensive flooding and destructive tornadoes. At the April DCA meeting it was agreed that the Dalhousie Community Association will support a motion to declare a climate emergency. The motion will be presented at the Environment Committee meeting on April 16th and calls on the City of Ottawa to make climate action an official Term of Council Priority. Members of CAFES (Community Associations for Environmental Sustainability) have led an initiative to support this motion. If the motion is supported, Ottawa would be joining over 400 cities and local governments worldwide, including Kingston, Vancouver, Halifax, Montreal, and over 300 municipalities in Quebec. Also at the April meeting were the current owners of the decrepit lot at Balsam and Rochester Streets. Along with representatives of a local architecture firm, they presented their vision for a low-rise building for the site. While still at a preliminary design phase, the concept is for reside