Business / Organization
Letters Of This Type
July 27, 2020
COVID-19 is very much shaping our present, our future and eventually, will describe our past. This invisible virus will continue to cause grief and fear in... more
June 15, 2020
On May 26, the mayor and a majority on Ottawa City Council voted to dramatically worsen urban sprawl. This was the most important environmental vote this term... more
Attached is the PDF version of the Canadian Military's report into working and living conditions of some of Ontario's long term care homes.
While the pandemic marches on, it's another workday at Burnaby Terminal, the oil storage "tank farm" that is being doubled in density as part of the Trans... more
May 11, 2020
Re: Ottawa’s New Official Plan - Growth Management Strategy ACS2020-PIE-EDP-0012 Dear Mayor Watson and City Councillors, The purpose of this letter is to... more
May 10, 2020
The Empire State Building lit up Monday night with revolving red and white lights resembling the flashing lights of an ambulance. The iconic building, which is... more
Ottawa – The City is inviting all residents to help shape our new Community Safety and Well-Being Plan. The plan will outline strategies and actions aimed at... more
January 23, 2020
Green Party of Canada Leader Elizabeth May launched the party’s 2019 election platform today – a bold vision for a just, prosperous and sustainable Canada... more
September 16, 2019
Green Party of Ontario Leader Mike Schreiner introduces bill to eliminate cash-for-access fundraising
“Cash-for-access events have no place in a healthy democracy. What they do is allow money and influence to be traded between those in power and those with... more
April 10, 2019
Ottawa Mayor to Ontario Health Minister; "the value of supporting someone to end problematic substance abuse is invaluable"
Read below: Jim Watson's letter to Christine Elliot regarding supervised injection sites.
The president of Alberta’s fossil fuel industry regulator will resign in January, after the organization publicly apologized for the alarm caused by its $260-... more
November 2, 2018
THE SCALE OF THE CLIMATE ISSUE Eighty percent of Canadians believe climate change is a very big or moderately big problem today. Only one in five say it is a... more