A Message from the City of Ottawa about COVID-19

As Ottawa Public Health and the City of Ottawa continue to move forward in our response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we are writing to provide greater clarity on a number of communications and ask for your support in sharing information with members of your community.

It is important to recognize that the COVID-19 situation is evolving very quickly. Please refer to OttawaPublicHealth.ca/Coronavirus to stay up-to-date on the latest information. 

For information relevant to businesses and workplaces, please visit: https://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/workplacecovid19

Additional information is provided in the following documents:

EMERG_2020-COVID19_FactSheet_HumanNeedsTaskForce
Letter to Community Associations – French
Letter to Community Associations – English

Shamrock Hunt

From someone in our community, with a suggestion on what to do while having to spend more time at home:

Over the next few weeks, many of us will be increasing our time spent at home. If you have young children, it can be hard to find things to do all day, for 21 days, and not get bored. So I was thinking of a way for our community to still get outside and do something fun, [while still practicing social distancing]. St. Patrick’s Day is here and I thought it’d be fun to have a community-wide Shamrock Hunt.

All you have to do is put a Shamrock in your window on March 17th. That’s it! Colour it, paint it, cut it out, print it on a printer, whatever. Then we go outside, walk around and see how many shamrocks we can find. It’s easy. No human contact. Get fresh air. No need to go to a store, just put a shamrock in your window. 

St. Paul HS Presents Frozen Jr.

St. Paul Catholic High School Production of

Disney’s Frozen Jr.

Friday, February 28th
Saturday, February 29th
7pm

2675 Draper Avenue

Students: $8

Adults: $12

 

 

 

 

 

 

Séan McCann’s Great Big Christmas Party

An evening of caring, sharing, and singing together.

Join Séan McCann, founder of Great Big Sea for a special family friendly evening of great music, inspiring stories, and a sing-along of your favourite Christmas classics – in support of mental healthcare at Queensway Carleton Hospital.

Sat, December 7, 2019, 7:00 PM
Doors at 6:00 PM
Algonquin Commons Theatre

For more information and tickets, visit https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/sean-mccanns-great-big-christmas-party-tickets-75311254991

All proceeds will go to the Hopes Rising Campaign

19th Nepean Scouts Annual Christmas Tree Sale

The 19th Nepean Scouts will be selling Christmas trees at the Community Centre again this year. Come support your local scouts by purchasing a pine, fir or spruce tree.

Saturday December 14th

9am-12:30pm

QGP Community Building
48 Nanaimo Drive

Enjoy a cup of hot chocolate while you pick out your tree.

For more information contact:

Paul McCraken at 613-327-8646 or paulmc@rogers.com