Trees get second life after public outcry
Two century-old sugar maples in Ottawa have been granted a reprieve from being removed, thanks to a local public outcry.
Aug. 9, 2018 – A public outcry over a developer's plan to remove a pair of century-old sugar maple trees from an Ottawa neighbourhood has resulted in the trees' getting a reprieve by the municipality.
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