The City of Ottawa is once again holding a series of household hazardous waste depots throughout the year at various locations across the region. The first opportunity for residents to get rid of hazardous waste happens on Sunday April 30 at the Rideau Carleton Raceway at 4837 Albion Road. The depot will be open from… Read More Spring cleaning time in Ottawa
The City of Ottawa is looking for volunteers this weekend to help remove some of the 250,000 sandbags around the region. Volunteers (age 16 and older) are asked to meet at one of the following meeting points and will be taken by shuttle bus to the affected areas. 1. Dunrobin (3285 Dunrobin Rd. from 10… Read More Volunteers needed to remove sandbags around Ottawa
Have you finished your spring cleaning? The third of eight hazardous waste depots in Ottawa in 2017 takes place on Sunday June 4 at Waste Collections Canada at 3354 Navan Road between 8 a.m and 4 p.m. Products that can be dropped off include: Aerosol containers Propane cylinders Disinfectants Fluorescent bulbs/tubes Fire extinguishers Fertilizers and pesticides… Read More The third hazardous waste depot happens this weekend
The fourth household hazardous waste depot of 2017 happens this Sunday June 25 in Ottawa. City of Ottawa residents can drop off their waste at the OC Transpo Park & Ride on Fallowfield Road (by the VIA train station) between 8 am and 4 pm. Residential electronic waste will also be accepted at this location.
To mark the departure parade for Canadian Forces members participating in this year’s Nijmegen Marches, a pair of miniature wooden shoes was presented to the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa by the family of James McGinnis, a member of the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps (RCASC) during the Second World War. Dutch citizens gave many… Read More 2017 Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa