By Joanne Chianello, CBC News Ottawa, June 23, 2018
The city's environment and climate protection committee — the "climate protection" part is new this term — had its last meeting this week before the summer break, and it will meet just once more time before this fall's municipal election.
So it's a good time to ask what the committee and, by extension, city council accomplished. The short answer? Not a ton.
Or, as Coun. Scott Moffatt put it: "We received a lot of reports."
The committee oversees garbage and recycling, water and sewer services, and strategies for improving the environment in general. Here are some highlights — or, in some instances, lowlights — of the last four years.https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/environment-committee-accomplish-term-of-council-1.4713271