OC Transpo Fall Update

Fall Service Returns August 30 OC Transpo’s fall service returns on August 30, to welcome back students this fall, school service resumes, as well as increased trips to post-secondary schools. Customers should visit octranspo.com and use the Travel Planner to see if their regular trips are affected by the return to fall schedules. Schedules are also available…

COVID-19 Resources for Seniors

COVID-19 has presented many difficult challenges for seniors, including accessing groceries, prescriptions, and getting to medical appointments. Below you will find information on services available for seniors in the local Ottawa area that assist with getting essentials and provide supports for seniors. Please note that this is not intended to promote services, but rather to…

OPH Guidelines for the use of Non-Medical Masks

The information provided is subject to change as the COVID-19 situation continues to develop, for the most recent information please go to OttawaPublicHealth.ca/Coronavirus. Ottawa Public Health is encouraging the use of non-medical masks and face coverings in our community. The following provides an overview with respect to non-medical mask and face covering use. All of Ottawa…

Human Needs Task Force Update – April 20, 2020

April 20, 2020 – City of Ottawa   The information provided is subject to change as the COVID-19 situation continues to develop, for the most recent information please go to OttawaPublicHealth.ca/Coronavirus. Social Services Funding Supports On April 9, the City received $6.6 million of a $13.3 million commitment from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing…

Small Business Webinars

Due to COVID-19, businesses are facing new and difficult challenges, specifically how to adapt to our new normal. Several Ottawa organizations have created webinars to help support businesses address and overcome these new challenges. Below is a list of the various Ottawa organizations and their webinars. The Ottawa Board of Trade The Ottawa Board of…

Prevent Theft From Vehicles

How to Protect Your Vehicle from Break-ins Don’t leave personal identification, vehicle registration or insurance certificates, or credit cards in your vehicle. Remove valuables and shopping bags from view. This includes loose change and electronic devices such as Ipods, cell phones and GPS navigation systems. Never leave your vehicle running and unattended. Always close windows…

Ottawa Coronavirus Resources

The City of Ottawa’s Human Needs Task Force and Ottawa Public Health have compiled a list of helpful resources for residents. Below, you will find information on Financial Resources, Community Resources, Mental Health Resources, and Online Educational Supports. To download the below resources and access the links click HERE. COVID-19 Resource List_ Dated April 3.2020EN_new