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Colonel By Drive Between Bronson & Bank: Zoning Review

In response to concerns about the nature of infills in this area, the City of Ottawa Planning and Growth Management Department contracted Meloshe and Associates Ltd. in mid-2012 to undertake a zoning review of the properties along Colonel By Drive between Bronson Avenue and Bank Street.

The draft report for the Colonel By Zoning Review is available for viewing online at www.ottawa.ca/devapps, which can be found by using the File Number (D02-02-13-0038) in the “Search” criteria on this website.

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OSCA Soccer 2013 Shack Manager Job Posting

This position has now been filled—thanks for your response.

The parent-run soccer program needs a shack manager who is generally in charge of getting the equipment and supplies ready for the soccer program on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and Saturday mornings. In addition, the shack manager puts all equipment away and ensures everything is properly stored and locked up at the end of each session. On occasion, if coaches are missing or absent, the Shack Manager may be called upon to assist with coaching a team.

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After Four 2013-2014 Registration

New Registration System in Place

For this coming season, current After 4 participants and their siblings will be able to pre-register for the next year. The pre-registration period runs from March 4 to 29, in-person at the Firehall only. Registration for new participants (i.e., for any remaining places) starts online Wednesday April 3 at 8:00pm.

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Reminder: Set Up Your OSCA Registration Family Profile

All registrants must create a password-protected profile for themselves and their family members before they can register for the program(s) of their choice. You can do this now and set up your Family Profile in advance of the opening of registration. Just click the red "Register Online" button to get started.

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Fall 2013 Programs

fall2013 cover 285The OSCA Program Committee and City of Ottawa staff are proud to offer you the 2013 Fall selection of programs, including PD Days. Download our PDF program guide to learn about the great courses and activities offered.

Please note: the guide posted on this site is kept up to date as corrections and changes are made, and so it differs slightly from the paper guide.

Registration is under way for all programs!

NOTE: you must create a Family Profile before you can register for any programs. Click the red Register Online button and follow the instructions to create your Family Profile, completing an information form for all family members who will be registered for programs.

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Summer 2013 Programs

summer2013 cover 285pxThe OSCA Program Committee and City of Ottawa staff are proud to offer you the 2013 Summer selection of programs, including summer camps. Download our PDF program guide to learn about the great courses and activities offered.

Registration is under way!

NOTE: you must create a Family Profile before you can register for any programs. Click the red Register Online button and follow the instructions to create your Family Profile, completing an information form for all family members who will be registered for programs.

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Spring 2013 Programs

spring 2013 285pxThe OSCA Program Committee and City of Ottawa staff are proud to offer you the 2013 Spring selection of programs, including summer camps. Download our PDF program guide to learn about the great courses and activities offered.

Registration is under way!

NEW FOR THIS SEASON: you must create a Family Profile before you can register for any programs. Click the red Register Online button and follow the instructions to create your Family Profile, completing an information form for all family members who will be registered for programs.

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Have Your Say In Future Development of Old Ottawa South

More four-storey Condominiums above businesses along Bank Street? Non-Profit Daycares in Old Ottawa South? Spacious Condominiums-with-services off Bank Street or at Billings Bridge?

“Building a Liveable Ottawa 2031 is a city-wide review of land use, transportation and infrastructure policies that make up the Official Plan, Transportation Master Plan, Infrastructure Master Plan, Cycling Plan and the Pedestrian Plan, with an eye towards making Ottawa a more vibrant, healthy and sustainable city. The focus of the review is to propose solutions to 12 current planning issues. The outcome of the review will be an updated Official Plan and supporting plans with policies and priorities that influence the future growth of the city for years to come” [quote from City of Ottawa Executive Summary “Building a Liveable Ottawa 2031” Preliminary Policy Proposals]

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