Master Plan Update: http://2038.yow.ca/update/public-meetings-round-2-ottawa-and-gatineau The first round of public meetings was held in July 2017 to introduce the Master Plan update. The Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport Authority invites you to attend the second round of public meetings to review and provide input on the Airport’s Preferred Land Use Plan which maps land use designations and identifies where and how future growth and development of the airport lands will occur over the next 20 years. Check it out and have your say!
News Release Ontario Launches Public Community Meetings on Anti-Racism July 4, 2016 New Anti-Racism Directorate to Hear from People Across Province Ontario is launching community meetings across the province to engage with the public and organizations on addressing systemic racism and eliminating barriers for Indigenous and racialized communities. Michael Coteau, Minister Responsible for Anti-Racism, will host nine public community meetings to hear from Ontarians about how to address systemic racism and implement meaningful change. The community meetings will help further public dialogue, receive input on the Anti-Racism Directorate’s mandate, and identify priority areas for the Directorate as it applies an anti-racism perspective to government policies, programs and services. The first meeting will take place in Toronto on July 14. Meetings Read More
Chang Xu, a Ph.D. candidate studying at Carleton University is currently looking for children who will enter Grade 1, 2 or 3 in the fall for a research project. To participate in this study, you need to: Have a child who is entering Grade 1, 2, or 3 in September This is a 30-minute study. Your child will play some fun number and cognitive games with an experimenter. You will be asked to complete short arithmetic measures and a parent questionnaire. You will be given a $10 gift card and your child will get stickers and a participation award certificate! This project has been approved by Carleton University Ethics Board-B (#104425). For more information, please visit: http://carleton.ca/cacr/study/knowledge-of-number-integration/ If you have any question, please contact us at: Read More