Ecology Home Page

At the January 2015 Annual General Meeting of the Beaconhill Community Association, a decision was made to create an Environmental Committee. On this page you will find environmental posts related to the City of Ottawa and to Beaconhill particularly. We are looking for people to provide some support for this Committee. Please email eco@bhca.ca or call Richard Fransham at 613-747-5689 if you would like to find out more about how you might contribute.

  • The BHCA and the Tree Ottawa Campaign (5/5/2015) - Quick Links: Tree Ottawa, Trees in Trust   Because of the many benefits of trees, the Beacon Hill Community Association is supporting the Tree Ottawa Campaign. This campaign also…
  • Clean Up the Capital (3/5/2015) - Sign up to help! When: Saturday, May 9th, 2015 Where: Ski Hill Park (Laverendrye Dr. behind the shopping centre) 9am-1pm : RAIN or SHINE so…
  • Fossil Fuel Divestment Roundtable (2/11/2015) - The Carleton Working Group on Climate Change invites you to attend Perspectives on Fossil Fuel Divestment: a roundtable Can we have an impact on climate…
  • A Time To Tell (2/3/2015) - The Ottawa City Council is currently making decisions about it 2015 budget. People concerned about the environment are urging the council to provide the necessary funds…
  • Public Talk (1/30/2015) -   PUBLIC TALK Climate disruption & wild weather: Global to Glebe Tuesday, February 10, 7:30 pm Ecclesiax, 2 Monk St Presented by Paul Beckwith, Department…
  • Final Tree Ottawa Workshop (1/29/2015) - The first two Tree Ottawa workshops have been well received. The third one is in the east end. Details are below. If anyone reading this…
  • The Globe and Mail – Environment and Politics (1/29/2015) - The Globe and Mail recently published an article titled “Non-partisan environmental groups target suburban Canadian voters” which gives an idea of how environmental groups plan…
  • Learn about the Ottawa Renewable Energy Co-op (1/26/2015) - Renewable Energy Opportunity in Ottawa Community ownership of Renewable Energy Generation has many advantages. Generation is local, close to the consumers, which means transmission losses…
  • Tree Ottawa Workshops (1/22/2015) - Message from Derek Stack: Greetings! I am writing on behalf of Tree Ottawa to invite you and any interested friends and/or family to our upcoming community…
  • Ecology Home Page (1/22/2015) - At the January 2015 Annual General Meeting of the Beaconhill Community Association, a decision was made to create an Environmental Committee. On this page you will…