Join a community consultation meeting to discuss the proposed 6-storey apartment building to provide 46 new units with ground floor commercial.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: OSCA Will be Offering a Kindergarten After-Four Program for the 2019-2020 School Year
Recently, the Ontario Government passed Bill 66, also known as the “Restoring Ontario’s Competitiveness Act”. As a result, OSCA will be permitted to offer an unlicensed, recreation-based After-Four program for kindergarten students ages 4-6 years during the 2019-2020 school year.
May 31st – June 2nd
What you need to know about the Bike Rally in Old Ottawa South!
Sunday, June 2nd, Rally begins at 9:30 a.m. Brewer Park
The OOS family-friendly group meets at Brewer Park at 9:15 – 9:30 a.m. near Seneca & Cameron (close to the Tennis Club). Look for cyclists at the basketball court!
A donation of products and labour by Noel's Landscaping Services has significantly enhanced the streetscape on Bank Street in Old Ottawa South.
We're quickly approaching OSCA's Bike Rally & Rodeo! And we are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join us! The first 12 volunteers will be given a free day pass to the OTLBC and free bike tune-ups! Interested in knowing more about how you can get involved? Reach out to us at natasha [AT] oldottawasouth [DOT] ca. You can read more info about the event and view maps here.
We hope to see you there!
St. Margaret Mary, the modest red-brick church opposite the Firehall, is closing.
Father Pierre Champoux, the part-time pastor at St. Margaret Mary, told the OSCAR in an email that: “The parish is no longer financially or pastorally viable, due to the lack of parishioners and regular revenue.”
At the recent March 23, 2019 premiere screening of Who Needs Church? the pews at Southminster were full, and a great discussion ensued during the Q&A about the future of church in our community. Southminster United Church’s development experience, and an uncertain future ahead of other churches in Old Ottawa South and across the country meant that church-goers and non-church-goers alike had thoughts about how church might remain a part of our community.