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City hall graded on green

Supporting environmental initiatives can be financially beneficial for a city, said the councillors who received high marks for voting green last year.

Supporting environmental initiatives can be financially beneficial for a city, said the councillors who received high marks for voting green last year.

“Most people think the environment is a luxury ... but it’s actually the reverse,” said Capital Ward Coun. Clive Doucet.

“The cities that are really moving fast to create sustainable cities are also getting richer.”

Yesterday, Ecology Ottawa released a voting report card and recognized councillors they considered environmental champions, according to their voting record on key decisions.

As a whole, this city council was indecisive and ineffective, said report co-ordinator Ian Thomson.

 
 
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