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February 2019 Newsletter

Infographic showing 5-step process for City of Ottawa Budget

It’s budget time at city hall Don’t know much about municipal budgets? You are not alone! Our municipal budget covers many things that affect us daily, such as waste management, roads, public transit, first responders, parks and recreation, libraries, and much more. The city has plenty of information to help you understand the budget and …

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December 2018 Newsletter

image of a sparkler

Come caroling with us! Join other members of the Convent Glen-Orléans Wood community to sing some carols with seniors at Symphony Senior Living on December 11th at 6:30pm. Email conventglenorleanswood@gmail.com if you would like to join us! Wondering what to do on New Year’s Eve? What about the 8th Annual New Year’s Eve Comedy Night! …

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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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Newsletter – January 2018

Photo of volunteer flooding the rink

Happy New Year! Community outdoor rink – behind Convent Glen Catholic School A message from our amazing community rink volunteer: The outdoor rink is in great shape, and is being well-used by kids and adults of all ages in this wonderful winter weather! All participants at the rink are reminded to follow some simple rules: …

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Newsletter – December 2017

text saying Happy Holidays with coloured lights below the text

Would you like to help make someone’s Christmas merry and bright? …and you’d like to make a difference in your community: The Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre has a Christmas Program that looks for people to sponsor a family; to host an “Angel Tree” at their office, business, or with friends and family; to donate new …

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