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Trauma Resources

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Subject: Addressing trauma: Resources to help you/ Traiter les traumatismes : des ressources pour vous aider

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[Crime Prevention Ottawa Business Card]

Addressing trauma: Resources to help you
CPO has developed information sheets to help neighbourhoods affected by violence and trauma. Visit our website for resources and handouts for residents, community leaders and service providers, including what to do when a violent incident happens or how to help a child deal with trauma.
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Kitchissippi Ward Forum – November 26

From Jeff Leiper, city councillor,

We are hosting our next Kitchissippi Ward Forum on Tuesday, November 26 from 6:00-8:00pm at the Hintonburg Community Centre (Wellington Room). This time, we would like to focus on intensification, planning and growth in our City, focusing on the new Official Plan, as well as our Westboro-based policy studies (the Westboro Interim Control By-Law Study, currently underway, and the Westboro-Dominion Planning Study, up-coming). We will have staff from the Planning department available to speak to these three studies.

We hope to see you there!

[Poster for the Forum - Blueish with dates and other info]

Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2019-11-11

This week’s topics:

  • Aleksa Jovanovic is missing
  • Phone scam
  • Missing persons cases

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Cycling in the City Newsletter

Heather is passing on the city’s November edition of their cycling newsletter. You can sign up for it at or read the November issue online.

Topics are:

  • Flora Footbridge
  • Bank Street Underpass
  • Cycling and Light Rail, New Routes
  • Nepean Trail
  • Roll Slowly and Lock Securely
  • 2019 Bruce Timmermans Cycling Awards Nominations
  • Ottawa Cycling Plan Update
  • Fall 2019 Round Up

Community Garden for Kitchissippi – November 25

Large community garden likely for Kitchissippi – now looking for volunteers!

Are you a fan of community gardens? Do you have some time to spare and are interested in helping to launch a large allotment garden in Kitchissippi?

The Goldenrod Community Garden is a group of volunteers working to establish a large 60 plot garden on NCC land just north of Tunney’s Pasture. While we don’t yet have approval, we are encouraged by recent events as the NCC invited us to apply and we are currently going through their formal process. Our hope is to launch the garden in Spring 2020.
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Nominations for Outstanding Women

Our city councillor has passed this message on to us:

A new bilingual website will be launched on International Women’s Day, 2020 and we want you to be part of this historical and important initiative by nominating outstanding women from your ward!

This unique website will acknowledge and document with worldwide reach, local women whose achievements and contributions have enriched the quality of life for Ottawa’s citizens. It will also act as a beacon that will inspire young women; reflect Ottawa’s rich diversity; encourage city commemorations of women; and, promote local initiatives and organizations that recognize the positive value and impact of these women to our city, to our nation and/or globally.

Femmes remarquables Ottawa Distinguished Women is a collaborative volunteer initiative currently comprised of over 30 community leaders from various cultural communities and backgrounds with a shared passion for creating a lasting legacy and conduit for recognizing the outstanding contributions and professional achievements of exceptional women in Ottawa.

Attached is a Nomination Form along with an information sheet related to Eligibility and Criteria. Please feel free to nominate as many outstanding women that you feel deserve recognition.
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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2019-11-04

This week’s topics:

  • STEP in November – Red lights and stop signs.
  • Crime Prevention Week – At various places, including Carlingwood on November 6.
  • Chief Sloly speaks – Transcript of speech.

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