Community development is the planned evolution of all aspects of community well-being (economic, social, environmental and cultural). It is a process whereby community members come together to take collective action and generate solutions to common problems.
For more information, please contact Mélanie at 613 830-4357
VOTE AT THE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ON JUNE 7TH!
WHAT ARE THE POLITICAL PARTIES PROMISING?
Find here questions Ottawa residents are asking their candidates and what we have heard the Political Parties say. This summary was completed on May 4th, while Parties continue to share their platforms.
Visit Political Party web-sites and follow the news to find more.
- GREEN PARTY Leader: Mike Schreiner www.gpo.ca
- LIBERAL PARTY (current government) Premier: Kathleen Wynne www.ontarioliberal.ca
- NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY (NDP) Leader: Andrea Horwath www.ontariondp.ca
- PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE PARTY (PC) Leader: Doug Ford www.ontariopc.com
MAKE YOUR CHOICE AND VOTE
For information on when, where and how to vote, visit www.elections.on.ca or call 1-888-668-8683
Harm-reduction is a set of principles that concern law, programs and practices that aim to reduce harms associated with drug consumption for folks who are unable too or who choose to continue using. One of the defining characteristics of harm-reduction is its focus on prevention for people who use drugs and their communities.
ADULT SOCIAL DROP-IN GROUP
This is a peer-led social space for adults 30+.
This small group meets every Thursday in room 212 of the Orleans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre between 1-3pm.
For more information please connect with Christine at: 613.799.7421 (texts are welcomed).
CITY FOR ALL WOMEN INITIATIVE (CAWI)
City for All Women Initiative (CAWI) is a unique collaboration of women from diverse communities, organizations, and academia working with municipal decision makers to create a more inclusive city and promote gender equality.
To find out more about the organization and their events, click here.