Three Biology Projects in Gatineau Park
Dogs on Gatineau Park Trails
Choose your camping experience in Gatineau Park
Flight of the Monarch Butterfly – Part 1
A familiar face at the NCC
Which Greenbelt farms should you visit this summer?
Report on Activities - June 2019
Summer in Gatineau Park
A day in the life of a student biologist
Spring Wildflowers in the Greenbelt
Top Spots for Tulip Gazing in the Capital
Don’t miss these Instagram-worthy tulips in the Capital this May
It's Peregrine Falcon Nesting Season in Gatineau Park
Please help us protect this species at risk
Okay, Google: How do I engage my community online?
Farm Fresh: Taste Canada’s Capital Greenbelt
Report on Activities - April 2019
Three Outdoor Activities for Your Spring Bucket List
Learning to love the Canadian winter: Immersion for new Canadians
An overnight in the Park: A different way to enjoy winter
Jean Pigott and Women Leaders at the NCC
Stories of Our Past
Embrace the Outdoors in Ottawa and Gatineau this March Break
Get outdoors in the Capital Region with your family this week, and take advantage of some of the many fun activities in Ottawa and Gatineau this March break !
Protecting Fortune Creek
Valentine Date Ideas in Ottawa and Gatineau
Conservation Officers to the Rescue
Winter Trail Building in the Capital
Community Collaboration at Work
Report on Activities - January 2019
5 things to try on the Rideau Canal Skateway
Winter Visitors to Canada’s Capital Greenbelt
Rideau Canal Skateway: Behind The Ice
8 activities for your winter bucket list in the Capital
The Making of Gees Bees Honey Company
Gardens and the Healthy Cities
Exclusive offers: A special program for outdoor enthusiasts
Life Below Zero
The National War Memorial: A window on our past
Responsible Trail Management
Five Greenbelt Farms You Won’t Want to Miss This Fall
Experience the charms of the Capital Region with these 15 fall activities
Indigenous engagement: Six success stories in Canada’s Capital
Report on Activities - September 2018
Three “must-do” activities for the Labour Day long weekend
7 spots for a lunch break picnic
My Summer Experience: Bringing a Turtle That Was Almost Roadkill Back to Life
A biologist's take on #Bluesnest
Eight Greenbelt Farms to Check Out this Summer
Five Beaches to Beat the Heat at In Gatineau Park
Seven Spectacular Scenic Views In the National Capital
Building A Publishing Culture Through Content Strategy
Report On Activities - June 2018
Top 5 Hidden Trails to Hike in the Greenbelt
The Black Bear in Gatineau Park
The Capital and the Healthy 10-Minute Neighbourhood
Geomatics a Key Factor in NCC Decisions
Science In the Greenbelt
A trip down memory lane
Report on Activities - April 2018
Planning for the Future: Heritage Planning
Managing the Capital Core: An Exciting Challenge!
Future Cities: A Focus On Human-Centred Urbanism Enabled By Technology
I became involved in Sidewalk Labs in 2015 —before there was any idea of the project coming to Toronto. I participated in a think tank in New York that was made up of urbanists and technologists who came together to brainstorm and explore the potential of new technology to make city life better.
Planning the Sky
Looking upwards is becoming a critical element of our design vocabulary. On February 15, 2018, the NCC’s Urbanism Lab program explored the varied elements of planning the sky.
The Future of the Capital Pathway: Let's Talk !
Whether cross-country skiing just to enjoy being active, biking around to discover the National Capital Region, or walking to get from point A to point B: there are lots of good reasons to take the Capital Pathway, one of the largest networks of multi-use paths in North America. In summer and in winter, tens of thousands of Canadians — residents and tourists — use the pathway, including me. And because I’m working on its future development, I need your help.
Report On Activities - January 2018
A Year in the Life of a Nature Interpreter
My earliest memories are of spending time in the outdoors and feeling happy. As a young child, I spent summers with my family at the Philippe Lake campground in Gatineau Park. It’s fitting that today I find myself working for the NCC as a nature interpretation program officer in Gatineau Park.