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Impact of rising water levels and recent windstorm on Capital pathways

The NCC wishes to advise pedestrians and cyclists to exercise caution on some sections of the Capital Pathway network, as the recent rise in water levels has led to the closure of some pathway sections, and there are several other sections that should be avoided.

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Science in the Greenbelt

As an environmental program officer at the NCC, I explore and study some of the most well-preserved natural areas in the National Capital Region. I have always been passionate about conserving natural spaces — and sharing that passion for the natural world with others. Beginning from when I was quite young, I was constantly curious about what was drumming in the woods (ruffed grouse!), why that frog did not jump (because it was a toad!) and how that raccoon knew which neighbourhood has garbage day (still don’t know!).

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A Trip Down Memory Lane

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the 6,000 or so historical photos of the region that the Management and Security of Information team has digitized must have quite a lot to say about our past.

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Report on Activities - April 2018

On April 19, the NCC Board of Directors met to discuss recent and upcoming projects. Here are some of the highlights presented in my Report on Activities.

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