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Researchers at the University of Ottawa’s Human Environmental Physiology Research Unit (HEPRU) are seeking Ottawa participants.

Photo – Credit – goo.gl/images/9XCmNf Attention Ottawa area: researchers at the University of Ottawa’s Human Environmental Physiology Research Unit (HEPRU) are seeking participants. Their research focuses on how the body interacts with the envi … copyright - https://goo.gl/images/9XCmNf

Lonely – Need a friendly person to call at any time – this service may help you

Perhaps someone you know should know about this service! An Ottawa organization is hoping a simple phone call to someone with the time to listen can help seniors struggling with loneliness. Rural Ottawa South Support Services is now operating a line ca …

New tougher Distracted Driving Laws in force in Ontario as of January 1, 2019

This is something everyone needs to know about if you’re driving in Ontario.  The laws for distracted driving just got a lot more serious as of today and this is a good thing as there are now more people killed in accidents due to distracted driving th … don't drive while texting or talking on the phone

First Executive Director of the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa received Order of Ottawa Award – Kathy Wright

Kathy Wright Kathy Wright was the First Executive Director of the Alzheimer Society of Ottawa-Carleton, now known as the Dementia Society of Ottawa and Renfrew County, which launched in 1985. Under Ms. Wright’s leadership, the organization grew from a …

Experienced fundraising professional new Director of Giving at Osgoode Care Centre

For Immediate Release September 5, 2018 Experienced fundraising professional new Director of Giving at Osgoode Care Centre Metcalfe, ON—September 5, 2018— It’s easy to drive along Snake Island Road in the southern part of Ottawa and not realize that 10 … Caption: New Director of Giving John Bouza is introduced to Osgoode Care Centre residents Cecil and Charlotte Reaney by Lori Norris-Dudley, Executive Director. Mr. Reaney was a volunteer leader of the original building campaign in the mid-1980s. Photo credit: TOCC

Local Grannies plan to ride their bikes and raise $60,000 in the Annual Ride to Turn the Tide

From September 5th to the 7th, some 22 Grannies will cycle 260 Kilometres in 3 days. Their goal is to raise $60,000 in donations – this is their largest fund raiser of the year. Grassroots Grannies are a group of friends in the National Capital region …
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