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November 2022 Newsletter

photo of Santa Claus looking out a window of a house that is decorated with garland and christmas lights

Santa’s Parade of Lights On November 26th we welcome back Santa’s Parade of Lights in Orléans! This event is hosted by the Ottawa Professional Firefighters Association.  The parade will start at 6pm at Youville and St-Joseph and will run along St-Joseph Boulevard to Prestone Drive. You can learn more on the Parade of Lights website or by checking …

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September 2022 Newsletter

Annual General Meeting - Get Involved!

Cleaning the Capital Fall 2022 – Registration is Open! Register your clean up project until September 30, 2022.  Registering a project makes you eligible for a  free Cleanup Kit for you and your team.  Your clean up can be as small and simple as your household heading out together to clean up a part of …

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June 2022 Newsletter

Tempest Logo - hand holding an open book that is being struck by lightning

A Company of Fools brings The Tempest to Hiawatha Park Friday June 24, 2022 at 7pm Pay what you can, suggested donation $20 This live performance has a running time of 90 minutes.  This year’s play is brought to you by 6 actors, and features an original score with live music and their signature cartoon-ish …

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May 2022 Newsletter

Dog Walkathon a Success! Thank you to everyone who came out for our 4th annual Dog Walkathon on April 30th to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society! We surpassed our goal and raised over $1,700! Thanks to Trinity Physio and Barber Stop for their generous donations. Tick Bite Prevention As we start to spend more …

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April 2019 Newsletter

two french bulldogs being walked

Spring is coming – however slowly! 3rd Annual Dog Walk-a-thon Bring your four-legged friend out on Saturday April 27th to 6491 Jeanne d’Arc Blvd N (Convent Glen Shopping Centre) at 10am. This is a rain or shine event (dogs are mostly keen to walk regardless of the weather). We will head out on a 4km …

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