How lucky are we in Cumberland to have for our use land that was donated to the community by the late Angus Wilson. Thanks to an early snow fall and the dedicated work of the Trails Committee Chair, 2 km of trails have been set through the beautiful Angus Wilson park land behind the museum and are ready for use. Bring the family out to enjoy a ski through this lovely area. The conditions are excellent.
This is to advise you that the above-noted matter will be considered by the City of Ottawa Planning Committee on Friday, November 8, 2013. The meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Champlain Room, City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa. You are welcome to attend the meeting and present your views.
Attached is a copy of the report outlining the Departmental recommendations, including a copy of the proposed Official Plan Amendment.
Lots of activity coming our way with many infrastructure projects including roads, culverts and bridges. The inconvenience will be worth it. Find attached the City of Ottawa Capital Projects list and location map for all infrastructure projects in Ward 19.
The Cumberland Community Association is here to serve all the members of our community. We are reaching out through new media and invite you to communicate with us. If you haven't 'liked' us on Facebook yet you are missing great information and updates on things that are happening in and around the community and may be of interest or affect you and your family. Look for Cumberland Ontario on Facebook and 'like' us today.
Fall is here and pumpkins are popping up everywhere. When most people think “pumpkin”, they think of pumpkin pie or carving one up for Halloween. But that is unfortunate! This food has a lot going for it nutritionally yet is one of the most neglected healthy foods.
The Ottawa Neighbourhood Study (ONS) provides data on strengths and challenges for each neighbourhood in Ottawa. Evidence is mounting that the neighbourhoods and communities in which we live affect not only our health but also the gap in health between rich and poor.
Please see attached memo regarding the Community Support Service (CSS) agencies of Eastern Ottawa, Western Ottawa and Rural Ottawa South pilot program, in partnership with OC Transpo, that will provide wheelchair accessible transportation services for individuals travelling within the rural areas of Ottawa.