Former Cumberland Township Councillor Linda Dunn’s submission to the City of Ottawa reflects significant reasons why the process (which significantly affects Cumberland Ward) should be delayed until after the crisis of the pandemic.
Ottawa – The City has launched a formal donation process for businesses and residents to donate commercial-grade personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect our emergency responders and front-line workers supporting the COVID-19 pandemic response.
As part of the Stage 2 East Extension Project, Kiewit-Eurovia-Vinci must remove overhead signage on Highway 174 between Champlain Boulevard and Tenth Line. For safety of the public and their crews, a brief, staggered full closure of Highway 174 in both directions is required.
Healthy habits are important to protect yourself and others from potentially harmful germs. Germs are types of microbes, such as bacteria or viruses, which can cause diseases. They are spread directly from person to person, or indirectly by touching a surface that has been contaminated with them. Harmful germs can sometimes lead to serious illness, particularly in vulnerable populations such as young children, the elderly, or people with underlying medical conditions.
Dear representatives of Ottawa’s Community Associations,
In June 2019, City Council directed City staff to retain an independent consultant to conduct a comprehensive review of the City of Ottawa’s ward boundaries. The review is meant to establish boundaries that could be used in at least three municipal elections (2022, 2026 and 2030) and, perhaps, a fourth municipal election in 2034. The last major review of Ottawa’s ward boundaries occurred in 2004-2005.
Please check the Cumberland Outdoor Rink conditions at
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Roger's Communications is proposing to build a wireless communications installation at 3591 Old Montreal Road (Becketts Creek). Once completed the antenna system will measure 60 metres in height. Public consultations are underway. The attached proposal was submitted. Make your voice heard.
FREE... volunteer supervisors needed to make the FREE Cumberland Outdoor Rink skating happen! Donate two hours of your time (or more) to make it a success!! Supervised hours are Monday to Sunday, 7-9pm and Saturday &Sunday Family skate (no hockey), 1-3pm. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to advise of your willingness to volunteer and you will be contacted about times needing a supervisor. Check RINK CONDITIONS at www.ottawarinks.ca
What a wonderful party! Thank you to everyone who came out and enjoyed the New Years Eve Party jointly hosted by the Cumberland Community Association and the Cumberland Lions. The Maple Hall was transformed and everyone loved the party ambience.
Here is a link to photos taken that evening including "portraits in the frame".
Wishing everyone a wonderful, healthy and happy new year filled with joy.
The CCA is excited that our 'WINTER PICNIC' draw prize is set up in the window at Da Artisiti. Included is what is pictured in the poster plus 2 bottles of wine donated by Clive Horne and a spectactular Christmas tree donated by Wendy at Da Artisiti, beautifully decorated with many hand made glass ornaments. Check it out a value of over $450! Tickets are available at Da Artisiti. Draw December 7, 4pm at the Christmas Market. (All proceeds for the 2020 village flowers.)
Finally the weather is cooperating and winter is finally here. The Wilsondale Trails have been set with classic ski tracks and snowshoeing beside the tracks is perfect.
Bring the family for a wonderful afternoon out in the fresh air right here in the village. Access to the trails is from the parking area bordering the western edge of the Cumberland Museum.
Trail conditions can be found at www.wilsondaletrails.com
Have you seen it set up at DA ARTISTI? Get your tickets at the Black Walnut or Da Artisti for our amazing "A COUNTRY HOLIDAY TABLE" between now and 4pm on December 1st. Draw on December 1st, CUMBERLAND CHRISTMAS MARKET at 4pm at DA ARTISTI. All proceeds from this event will support the purchase of flowers for the village in 2019. Thank you for your support and GOOD LUCK!!!
Please join the Cumberland Community Association in honouring the many men and women who have served in war. You can obtain crosses at the BLACK WALNUT BAKERY and DA ARTISTI beginning October 27th. If you would like to reserve crosses, please send us a message at email@example.com. See details below.