Jan 052019
 

Happy New Year Greetings to all!

Please see below our FCA (Federation of Citizens Association)  invitation to all residents, community associations, city staff, councillors and interested citizens.
Date:   Wednesday, January 9
Time:   6 to 8 p.m.
This is an opportunity to combine 2 information/discussion sessions on planning matters :1.  6 p.m. Site Plan Control Proposed Changes  and2.  7 p.m.  Local Planning Appeal Support Centre (LPASC)

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Sep 092017
 

The Healthy Transportation Coalition and EnviroCentre are pleased to invite you to the:

2017 Transportation Equity Summit

September 22, 2017

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Ottawa City Hall

This year’s summit provides a platform for the ongoing dialogue needed to achieve equitable transportation in Ottawa. The summit will provide an opportunity for professionals, decision makers and residents to come together to learn about and discuss the challenges and opportunities facing equitable transportation in Ottawa.

Whether you are an affected resident, a decision-maker, student, or you work in a field where you see the impact on marginalized populations, you will contribute to and benefit from participating in the Summit.

Go to the Eventbrite page to register today!

Subsidies are available for registration, transit costs, and childcare. Contact transport@envirocentre.ca or 613-656-0100 ext. 129 for details.

Lunch and snacks will be provided (gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options available).

Addressing Hate Crimes: Creating A Safe City for All

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Nov 232016
 

Speaker Series Invitation

Please join us for our upcoming Speaker Series event, “Addressing Hate Crimes: Creating A Safe City for All.”

About the session
Incidents of hate crimes across the country and here in Ottawa demonstrate the need for a coordinated, collaborative approach to address this serious community safety issue. Hate crimes are not only physical. They also carry an element of psychological harm, which ultimately affects quality of life for victims and the targeted community. Join us as we learn from law enforcement officials, human rights experts and members of the LGBTQ community on integrated approaches to preventing, enforcing and responding to hate crimes in Ottawa.

When:
Friday, November 25, 2016
8:00 am-10:30 am
Coffee at 8:00 am, program starts 8:30 am

Where:
Ottawa City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West
Andrew Haydon Hall (Council Chambers)

Presenters:
Bernie M. Farber, Executive Director, Mosaic Institute
Dr. Rev. Anthony Bailey, Minister, Parkdale United Church
Joanne Law, representing the Ottawa Trans Community
Dave Zackrias, Staff Sergeant, Diversity and Race Relations, Ottawa Police Service
Amira Elghawaby, Communications Director, National Council of Canadian Muslims

To R.S.V.P.:
Contact Crime Prevention Ottawa at cpo@ottawa.ca or 613-580-2424 ext. 25393. Space is limited.
Please help us spread the word by sharing this email with a friend or colleague. 

Lutter contre les crimes haineux : créer une ville sûre pour tous
À propos de la séance

Les incidents de crimes haineux ailleurs au pays et ici à Ottawa témoignent de la nécessité d’adopter une approche coordonnée et axée sur la collaboration pour s’attaquer à ce grave problème de sécurité communautaire. Les crimes haineux ne sont pas seulement physiques. Ils créent également des dommages psychologiques qui finissent par nuire à la qualité de vie des victimes et de la communauté ciblée. Joignez-vous à nous pour écouter des responsables de l’application de la loi, des spécialistes des droits de la personne et des membres de la communauté LGBTQ qui parleront d’approches intégrées à adopter pour prévenir les crimes haineux à Ottawa, lutter contre ces crimes et appliquer la loi.
Date :             Vendredi 25 novembre 2016
Heure :           De 8 h à 10 h 30 Café et muffins de 8 h à 8 h 30 et début du programme à 8 h 30
Lieu :               Hôtel de ville, 110, avenue Laurier Ouest, Ottawa  Salle Andrew S. Haydon

Présentations :
Bernie M. Farber, Directeur Exécutif, Institut mosaïque
Dr. Rev. Anthony Bailey, Pasteur, Église unie de Parkdale
Joanne Law, représantant la communauté trans à Ottawa
Sergent d’état-major Dave Zackrias,  La Section de la diversité, Service de police d’Ottawa
Amira Elghawaby, Directrice des communications, Conseil national des muslim canadiens 

RSVP à Prévention du crime Ottawa, à l’adresse pco@ottawa.ca ou en composant le 613-580-2424, poste 25393.

 

Jun 132016
 

Councillors to debate Coach Houses June 14 at Planning Committee, 9:30 a.m. City Hall. You should attend if you are from any of the following wards: BAY (7); COLLEGE (8); KNOXDALE-MERIVALE (9); GLOUCESTER-SOUTHGATE (10); BEACON HILL-CYRVILLE (11); RIDEAU-VANIER (12); RIDEAU-ROCKCLIFFE (13); SOMERSET (14); KITCHISSIPPI (15); RIVER (16); CAPITAL (17);ALTA VISTA (18) [[link: http://app05.ottawa.ca/sirepub/mtgviewer.aspx?meetid=6737&doctype=AGENDA]]
Will ​old woodlots be protected or bulldozed for more sprawl? Riverside South community design plan goes forward. If you care, be there! Planning Committee, June 14 9:30 a.m. [[link: http://app05.ottawa.ca/sirepub/mtgviewer.aspx?meetid=6737&doctype=AGENDA]]

City event

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May 092015
 

Open House – May 5, 2015

Tuesday, May 5
Jean Pigott Place, City Hall
110 Laurier Avenue West
5 to 8 p.m., Presentation at 6:30 p.m.
Transit routes 5, 6, 14 and Transitway Routes

The City of Ottawa invites you to an Open House to learn more about Complete Streets and the plan for implementation within our city.

Complete Streets integrate physical elements creating an environment of safety, comfort and mobility for all users of the street regardless of age, ability or mode of transportation. In the November 2013 Transportation Master Plan (TMP) update, recommendations were included to support the development of Complete Streets.

The Implementation Framework will recommend a process for transportation projects:

  • That ensures a Complete Streets approach
  • That is sensitive to the unique aspects of specific areas
  • That identifies road users and their various modes of transportation

Accessibility is an important consideration for the City of Ottawa. If you require special accommodation, please call 3-1-1 or e-mail the project lead below before the event.

For further information about this project and/or to submit comments, please contact:

Colin Simpson, MCIP RPP
Senior Project Manager
Transportation Planning Branch
City of Ottawa
110 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 1J1
613.580.2424 ext. 27881
E-mail: colin.simpson@ottawa.ca