March 28, 2019 | March is Fraud Prevention Month
Each year, Canadians lose millions of dollars by falling victim to scams and fraud. Educating yourself on common scams can help prevent you from becoming a victim.
It’s hard to keep up with all the many different kinds of scams. There are also new ones all the time. Your best defense is to educate yourself and do your research before spending money.
To help you out, Crime Prevention Ottawa has developed a new information sheet:
VIDEO Please leave ample room for emergency vehicles
Leave a gap of at least 3.5 m (11.5ft) Stagger vehicles at a distance of at least 12 m (39.5 ft)
More than 500 residents show up in Kanata to fight golf course development
Residents of Kanata come on strong and take on Club Links. Special thanks to Jay McLean and all the Stonebridge people who joined us.
Ottawa Ash Tree Replacement Pilot Program
While we cannot guarantee 2019 funding; we are pleased to add complete applications (with no missing information) to a waiting list should we be successful in receiving funding for a second year of this program, or if previously allocated funding becomes available. More information here.
Meehan: Why the city should opt out of pot sales. Here’s my three point plan.
One of the most important decisions that will be made by Ottawa’s new city council will be whether or not to allow retail cannabis stores to open in the city. Learn more
Book of Condolences - Westboro Station Bus Collision
To provide enhanced accessibility for residents wishing to convey their sympathies following the Westboro Station bus collision, an online version of the Book of Condolences is available online. The paper copy of the Book of Condolences will be available at Ottawa City Hall (Jean Pigott Place) starting at noon Monday.