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A Novel Approach To Dealing With Discarded Wads Of Chewing Gum

Love this idea… Chewing gum is the second most common source of litter, behind cigarettes, not to mention stepping in it accidentally, and because it isn’t biodegradable, cities are struggling to get rid of it. Now, the BBC reports that

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Clean Needle Vending Machines Coming To Ottawa

Ottawa Public Health is hoping to install vending machines throughout the city that would dispense clean needles and pipes to drug users. As part of a pilot project the secured machines would be placed outside existing downtown locations, such as the Sandy Hill

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Ottawa – Bike Friendly Capital Of Canada?

Is Ottawa Canada’s most bike friendly city? There are over 600 kilometres of bike paths in Canada’s Capital Region. Dedicated bike lanes have been created on many of our major thoroughfares and for those part-time riders, or tourists, the bike

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Ottawa’s New ‘Parklet’s’ And On Street Patio’s

If you live in the Beechwood area, or drive through that part of town occasionally, you may have noticed an odd sight… a stand alone, deck-like structure occupying what would normally be a parking spot in front of Arturo’s Restaurant.

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