Where do we go for help when we want to make our home more senior friendly or accessible? Who can help us when we need to move? What do we do when we don’t have a family doctor and seek non-urgent care? Whom do we call when we are too sick to manage our care on our own?
A full house greeted the Capital Ward candidates on Thursday, September 27, 2018 eager to hear views on neighourhood and city issues. The meeting was sponsored by the six community associations of the area, including OSCA.
Join us on Sunday, October 14th for OSCA's Annual Fall Fest! Read more to find out about this year's event:
On Sunday, September 16, 2018, Trinity Anglican Church launched its new Bank Street mural—Telling the Truth: A shared journey toward Reconciliation Healing and Hope.
Sunday’s celebrations began with a traditional indigenous welcome song at Trinity’s weekly 10 o’clock service. Reverend Arran Thorpe presided and mid-way through the service introduced Justin Holness, rap singer and founder of TR1BE Academy. Together with guest indigenous dancers, Justin Holness performed “Woke”, a rhythmic rap song that was both stirring and hopeful in its lean but dramatic presentation.
On Sunday, September 16, 2018, Trinity Anglican Church will launch its new Bank Street mural—Telling the Truth: A shared journey toward Reconciliation Healing and Hope.
The mural launch will begin with a church service at 10:00 a.m. Guest presenter will be Justin Holness from TR1BE Academy. There will be guest dancers as well as Elder Barbara Hill who will welcome the community to unceded Algonquin lands.
The Distribution Manager accepts monthly delivery of 4,300 bundled copies of OSCAR and manages delivery of the paper to all OOS households, selected businesses, and institutions. They do so by managing a team of area captains and volunteer carriers.
Civics Boot Camp is a series of six three-hour evening sessions delivered over six weeks using a combination of in-person workshops and online learning.
Join us from 10 am- 4:00 pm at the Firehall on Sunday, November 25 for a display of over 40 vendors!
We are now FULL for this year's show. If you'd like to join the waiting list of vendors please contact oscaprograms [AT] oldottawasouth [DOT] ca.
Stay tuned for the names and details of our vendors as we get closer to the date of the show, that information will be posted here.
Cleaning the Capital is a city-wide cleanup campaign that occurs in the spring and fall every year. Residents come together as a community and combine efforts to make our city clean and green. Litter pickup or graffiti removal projects register with the City of Ottawa and participating teams, upon request, receive a cleanup starter kit to assist them with their projects.