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Ecology Ottawa has an excellent calendar of local eco-events.
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# Article Title Author Hits
1 Sign the Petition to Reduce Bottled Water Use Larry Martin 624
2 Pipeline to Prosperity? Hugh Kruzel 955
3 Former Domtar Lands to Become Eco-Neighbourhood Trevor Hache 337
4 Tax Time? Help is Here Angela Plant 274
5 Save the Bees Michelle McConnell 892
6 Nuclear Guardianship Skye Faris 127
7 Protecting the Information Commons Adrian Larose 1089
8 Canadian Business Takes a Back Seat to CETA Ryan Moore 2009
9 Web Watch: Green IT Steffan Hammonds 373
10 Want to Green Up? Try Cloud Computing Michelle McConnell 359
11 Bringing Social Responsibility to IT Production Jenna Smith 353
12 Blood in the Mobile Ryan Moore 1694
13 3 R's for Computers: Reuse, Repair, Recycle Jenna Smith 336
14 Where is the OFF Switch? Hugh Kruzel 1733
15 Building Communities Online Adrian Larose 1306
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Former Domtar Lands to Become Eco-Neighbourhood

A 37-acre shoreline area of the National Capital Region is about to improve dramatically thanks to Windmill Developments' plan to revitalize the land there, previously used for industrial purposes, into "a 21st Century eco-neighborhood."

Windmill's vision for the former Domtar lands on Chaudire and Albert Islands is inspiring.


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