Scars in Ottawa tree canopy begin to fill in as city plants 6,000 saplings

By Kristy Nease, CBC News Ottawa, November 12, 2022

The scars in Ottawa's tree canopy, cut by a powerful derecho windstorm that killed twelve people in Ontario and Quebec, are beginning to fill in.

About 6,000 young trees at about knee height have been planted at the city's behest in the last two weeks at five sites particularly ravaged by the storm. (Trees are planted twice a year in Ottawa: spring and fall.)

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