The Coalition of community groups against the Carp Dump have a  FUND RAISING campaign which includes a crowdsourcing site. Please help the fund grow.

Online:  Click on the DONATE button in the upper right corner of this webpage for quick and secure donations.

Tell the Mayor in 140 characters what you think.

It takes only a few seconds to Tweet Mayor Watson an tell him how you feel about the Carp dump and that it is a problem the city must fight.

Here is his Twitter handle.





Sept. 23 Public meeting looks at options.

Carp-Stittsville-Kanata area residents turned out to a public information session Monday night to discuss their next moves after finding out a week ago the provincial environment ministry approved an environmental assessment plan to expand Waste Management Inc.’s Carp landfill site. One option is a judicial review of the approval in court where a judge would determine if all requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act and the approved Terms of Reference were met.

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The Don’t Let Ottawa Go To Waste coalition has a legal defence fund to raise funds need for a future legal fight and ask that all those concerned with a new dump in our community to help add to the fund. The attached copy of material presented at the meeting provides details on how to contribute.

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There will be an important public meeting September 23, 2013.  7 pm at the Johnny Leroux Community Centre, (upstairs); 10 Warner-Colpitts Lane, Stittsville, ON

What does the approved EA mean for the community?

Where do we go from here?

What are the available options?

See you there.

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Over a week since approval and still no update on MOE website.

It has been over a week since the MOE botched the announcement of the Carp dump approval. Yet the MOE website which is meant to inform all Ontarians of the status of Environmental Assessments in the province has nothing about the approval. WHY THE SECRECY?????



The Tanger Outlet Mall under construction.

If the new Carp dump is built visitors to the new Tanger Outlet Mall will have a great view of the Twin Peaks dump.

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Open letter to Premier Wynne

Open letter to Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario

When you became Premier, you committed to a more open and accountable government and to give municipalities more say in issues and projects that had significant impact on their citizens. In your throne speech you committed to listening to the needs of communities and ensuring that local towns and cities had more “say” in proposed development projects.

They must have a voice in their future and a say in their integrated, regional development so that local populations are involved from the beginning if there is going to be a gas plant or a casino or a wind plant or a quarry [or a landfill] in their hometown. Because our economy can benefit from these things but only if we have willing hosts.

Province ignores concerns raised by city!

The province of Ontario gives city a slap in the face with approval of new dump.


“I’m pissed.” says Eli El Chantiry

West end councillors are disappointed and tick-off with provincial approval of new dump.


Coalition sends letter to the Premier.

The coalition of community groups against the dump send the Premier a letter asking that she get involved with the decision approving the dump. She promised that municipalities would have more say in issues that impacted their citizens.