Tag: community safety

March 2021 Newsletter

Income Tax Season The end of February marks the time of year when most of us start to think about filing our annual income tax returns.  More and more often, government benefits and social programs are only accessible to those who file income tax. 211’s provincial blog talks about benefits accessible to low income households …

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January 2021 Newsletter

founders of Hit The Streets in pink coats

Happy New Year! The Convent Glen-Orléans Wood Community Association wishes everyone a heartfelt Happy New Year.  Given the challenges we’ve lived through in 2020, we are all eager to see the finish line of the Covid-19 pandemic.   Despite the vaccines that are starting to be given to front-line workers and high-risk groups, we all need …

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September 2018 Newsletter

A photo of community members using the outdoor rink

Wondering about local Neighbourhood Watches? Have you been concerned about safety on your street?  One way that communities can come together is to form a Neighbourhood Watch group. To find out if a Neighbourhood Watch exists in your neighbourhood or to start a new one, contact your local Community Police Centre. Your Community Police Centre can provide you …

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