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Category: nature & environment
The Ottawa River dropped 12 cm at the Hull Marina on Tuesday and is expected to drop another 15 cm on Wednesday, the Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board forecast.
Environment Canada ended a rainfall warning late Saturday that was in effect for the region since Thursday, but forecast a chance of rain Sunday night and Monday with the possibility of snow.
Great if you love being outdoors, have a passion for nature — or are a high schooler in need of their mandated 40 community service hours. (Or all three!)
In some parts of the province, this year’s mild winter means black bears are coming out of hibernation early. Taking simple precautions can help prevent black bears from visiting your community.
“We are pleased to see so much valuable, relevant work being done throughout the Rideau watershed,” said Sommer Casgrain-Robertson, RVCA General Manager, in a news release.
The leak near Lansdowne, Ont., resulted in an evacuation of the area.
The public is invited to Kitchissippi United Church, 630 Island...
National Capital Commission seeks innovative and inspiring proposals to redevelop a spectacular lookout.
A list of safe thicknesses before going onto the ice.
The suggestions include “Silas Bradley Park” in Stittsville and “David and Judy Makin Trail” in Dunrobin.
The gray Jay is truly Canada’s bird with traits that symbolize the Canadian spirit.
Focus on a nature-rich life! Nature symposium at Canadian Museum...
The Canada 150 tulip’s elegant white bloom with red flames bears a striking resemblance to our maple leaf flag.
The feds, province and city are pitching in for the more than $232 million project
Don’t miss this once-a-year opportunity to explore the museum’s research...
The report says a spill from the pipeline could potentially contaminate Ottawa’s water sources.
Over the next few weeks, the fall foliage will brighten the Capital Region’s parks, pathways and shorelines with a spectacular display of colour—making this the perfect time to explore Gatineau Park and the Greenbelt.
Each garden consists of 1,000 red and white tulip bulbs to be planted this fall and bloom next spring just in time to say “Happy Birthday to Our Home and Native Land”.
The algae produces toxics which can be hazardous to humans just by contacting skin.