NOTL Tree preservation policy moves forward.

As reported in the St. Catharines Standard 02-06-18.  There was no opposition filed with respect to a proposed policy to protect municipal trees during construction.  This new policy was designed to assist the municipality to implement the existing by-law that was passed in 2012. Some of the changes may include…

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treeOcode Branches Out in St. Catharines Initiative

On Saturday, October 21, 2017 members of treeOcode participated in the City of St. Catharines Fall tree giveaway. 500 trees a mix of Bur and Red Oak, Serviceberry and Eastern White Pine were distributed to eager residents. The line up began about 6:45 am with distribution beginning at 7:30. With…

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Trees Impact Local Weather and Save Energy

A recent study utilizing computer models, by researchers at the University of British Columbia has shown how trees have an impact on local weather thereby saving energy. Put simply, buildings without trees around are exposed to greater wind pressure whereby air is forced into a building through cracks and crevasses…

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Dr. Marilyne Jollineau earns CAG Award for Service to Geography Profession

Dr. Marilyne Jollineau Brock University

Brock University’s Dr. Marilyne Jollineau has been named as the 2017 recipient of the Canadian Association of Geographers’ (CAG) Award for Service to the Profession of Geography. This award recognises Jollineau’s outstanding contribution to the development of Geography in Canada as a supporter and mentor of many graduate and undergraduate…

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