Category Archives: City of Ottawa

Notices and other information from the City of Ottawa that is of relevance to our neighbourhood.

Kitchissippi Ward Forum – November 26

From Jeff Leiper, city councillor, https://kitchissippiward.ca/content/kitchissippi-ward-forum-november-26-2019-600-800pm-focus-planning-and-intensification

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]

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 https://ottawa.ca/esubscriptions/signup-form-en.html 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

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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Pontiac Depaving Slide Show by Envirocentre

Envirocentre (https://www.envirocentre.ca/) has put together this slide show video about the Pontiac Street depaving day, complementing our photos of the Pontiac Park Expansion.


pontiac_street_depave_video.mp4

A timeline of the park expansion is at https://champlainpark.org/park/pontiac-depaving-and-park-expansion/

BudgetSpeak 2020 – November 5

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/budgetspeak-2020-parlonsbudget-2020-tickets-76918506323

Join Councillors Leiper, McKenney, Menard, King and Fleury to share your perspectives on the 2020 Municipal Budget.

There will be three key themes to our discussion this year: Mobility, Affordable Housing and Social Infrastructure. In the context of Ottawa becoming a City of 1 million people, how we get around, what services we use and where we live is more critical than ever. BudgetSpeak is your opportunity to voice to your City Councillors what they should have at the forefront of their minds when they vote on the 2020 Municipal Budget.


Joignez-vous aux conseillers Leiper, McKenney, Menard, King et Fleury pour partager vos points de vue sur le budget municipal 2020

Il y aura trois thèmes principaux dans les discussions cette année: la mobilité, le logement abordable et l’infrastructure sociale. Maintenant qu’Ottawa est une ville d’un million d’habitants, comment nous nous déplaçons, les services nous utilisons et où nous vivons est plus critique que jamais. ParlonsBudget vous donne l’occasion d’exprimer aux conseillers ce qu’ils devraient avoir en tête lorsqu’ils votent sur le budget municipal 2020.

Wildlife Series: Fish Tales – November 27

The next talk in the City of Ottawa Wildlife Speaker Series is:

Fish Tales: An Exploration of Ottawa’s Underwater World

Wednesday, November 27, 2019
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Ben Franklin Place
101 Centrepointe Drive
Ottawa, ON
Speaker: Dr. Steven Cooke, Carleton University
Times: 7 p.m. Aquatic Expo 8 p.m. Opening Remarks and Presentation
Admission: Donation of a non-perishable food item for the Ottawa Food Bank. As space is limited, admission is on a first come, first served basis.

[Fish Tales Poster]

https://ottawa.ca/en/living-ottawa/environment/wildlife/wildlife-speaker-series
https://ottawa.ca/fr/vivre-ottawa/environnement/faune/serie-de-conferences-sur-la-faune

Landsdowne Park Future Forum – October 28


Lansdowne public forum invitation Oct 28 2019.pdf
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