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February 2024 Newsletter

A photograph of two people skiing on a forest trail. The sun is low in the sky. There is fresh snow on the trail.

2024 Orléans Leading Women and Girls Recognition Awards Awarded annually by our MP, Marie-France Lalonde, this award recognizes and rewards women and young girls in Orléans for their involvement in the community and for their leadership.  If you’d like to nominate someone, complete the nomination form for the Orléans Leading Women and Girls Recognition Awards …

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January 2024 Newsletter

Happy New Year! May 2024 be filled with memorable moments. CGOWCA Bylaws – we need help! In 2021, the provincial government updated the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act. Since the Convent Glen Orléans Wood Community Association is registered as a non-profit in Ontario, we must update our bylaws accordingly. We are looking for assistance from a …

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December 2023 Newsletter

Outdoor Tennis and Pickleball Strategy The City of Ottawa is offering public consultations (virtually) regarding Outdoor Tennis and Pickleball. Pickleball is currently the fastest growing sport in North America. As such, demand for court space is steadily increasing across Ottawa, while tennis continues to be a well-loved sport in our community. The City has identified …

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October 2023 Newsletter

A photograph showing the impacts of the construction of the LRT along the 174. To the right, you see an LRT station under construction. To the left and down below, you see many cars moving slowly along the 174.

Annual Community BBQ Wow, we had a wonderful time at our BBQ on September 10! It was lovely to see so many of our neighbours come out and participate. A big thank you to Golden Fries, Trinity Physio, Allegro Music School, Metro Convent Glen, and Councillor Laura Dudas for your support. See you all next year! Where to …

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September 2023 Newsletter

Registration is now open for the fall Cleaning the Capital campaign Nothing is more spectacular than the fall colours in and around Ottawa. This September, help make those views in your community even more enjoyable by registering for Cleaning the Capital. Thanks to nearly 37,000 participants, the spring campaign was a big success with over …

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