Fifty Years of Care in the Community

Fifty Years of Care in the Community

Capital Child Care Centre hadn’t initially been on Dara Spatz Friedman’s radar. She discovered it when looking for care for her two-year-old daughter and she instantly felt at ease because it was just so welcoming. “I was really impressed with the physical space,” says Friedman. Parents are surprised when they visit Capital Child Care Centre in the basement of Trinity Anglican Church at the corner of Bank Street and Cameron Avenue.

Join the Movement: Shaping the Future of Youth Mental Health

Join the Movement: Shaping the Future of Youth Mental Health

Mental health among youth has reached a critical state, with concerned parents and community organizations sounding the alarm. In response to this urgent need, MPP Joel Harden’s office is taking action by hosting a public forum on youth mental health. This vital event will be held at 11am on June 16th, with a pre-meeting scheduled for May 26th at 4pm.

OSCA X Hopewell : Parents and Guardians Night Out!

OSCA X Hopewell : Parents and Guardians Night Out!

We are thrilled to announce a special occasion that will bring parents and guardians from our community together for an evening of connection and relaxation. In partnership with Hopewell Avenue Public School, we are hosting a “Parents and Guardians Night Out” at the Firehall on May 30th, from 7pm to… The main goal of this gathering is to provide a platform for parents and guardians to meet, network, and establish meaningful connections with fellow…

1166 Bank Street “Quickie” Development News

1166 Bank Street “Quickie” Development News

A  six-storey apartment building comprising 37 units is being proposed at the intersection of Bank and Grove, set to replace the longstanding convenience store in the area. While the store and post office will be missed, the introduction of these apartment units, ranging from around 400-square-feet to a more spacious… To facilitate the current design of the proposal, the developer is seeking a few Zoning Bylaw amendments. Some of these changes, such as a…

You’re Invited: A Kaleidoscope of Butterflies – Now Tuesday, 23rd May at 6pm

Join us for an extraordinary experience as we host our highly anticipated butterfly release party on Tuesday 23rd May, 2023, starting by 6pm at the enchanting Windsor Park! Get ready to witness nature’s wonders unfold right before your eyes. Please keep in mind that this date is subject to change,… Imagine yourself nestled in a serene setting, surrounded by the vibrant colors of nature. Picture spreading out a cozy blanket picnic-style, basking in the…

It Hits You Where You Live

It Hits You Where You Live

The Sunnyside neighbourhood is our home. What happens here matters to us all, vitally. And the Old Ottawa South Community Association (OSCA) is the voice of our community. Proposals for the redevelopment of Lansdowne Park, just across the canal. New buildings on Bank Street. The Fieldhouse project in Windsor Park. If you care about these things, and want to make a difference, joining the Board or the various Committees of OSCA is your chance…

Together, Let’s Build a Better Lansdowne – Petition and Public Consultations

Below is an excerpt from Shawn Menard’s office regarding the proposed Lansdowne 2.0 re-development: Over the next two months, there will be a lot happening with the proposed Lansdowne 2.0 re-development. Lansdowne 2.0 proposes to build three skyscrapers and additional retail space in order to raise funds to build a… We have serious concerns about the proposal, and we do not think city council should approve it, as is. However, if we make some…

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