Have you ever wondered how land-use planning is done? What those black and white signs in your community mean? How a zoning application is made? How to make a presentation to Planning Committee? What land-use planners do for your community? Now is your time to find out.
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Parks Canada has committed to undertaking an assessment of the visual character of the Canal Corridor as part of what is being called the Rideau Corridor Landscape Strategy. The goal of the strategy is to work with First Nations, federal and provincial agencies, municipalities, NGOs, property owners and others to build a new vision for the Rideau. The end result will be guidelines that can be implemented by everyone with a stake in the future quality of the Corridor.
The Rideau Corridor Landscape Strategy Committee (RCLS) has issued the following document:
Visit the Parks Canada website to find out more about this important initiative.
The OCDSB Working Group partners for Old Ottawa South and Hopewell Public School produced a "Minority Report" and presented it to the School Boad last night, Nov. 30, 2011. Written and supported by Jenny Haysom (for OSCA) and Neil Hill (for Hopewell Avenue Public School), it clarifies the position they are taking on the "Accommodation Issue" of inner-city school overcrowding and program imbalance. Read the full report here.
The OSCA Program Committee and City staff are proud to offer you the 2012 Winter selection of programs. Use the menu on the left to learn about the great courses and activities we are offering for Winter 2012.
Online registration is now under way!
In-person registration starts Thursday December 8 at 9:00 am at the Firehall.
The OSCA Mad Men party on Saturday, November 19, 2011 was a rip roaring success. 160 people showed up sporting some absolutely pull-out-the-stops fabulous styles from the 1960s in keeping with the show. There were many Don and Betty look-alikes! Truly, there were! (Check out this album of photos by Christopher Solar. More on our photo gallery here, too; add your own or email them to the OSCA Web Editor.)