Overbrook Community Care – Solidarité communautaire

What you’ll find in this update :

  • New OCA Safety Committee initiative – Overbrook Community Care
  • Good Food Box – at your doorstep

New OCA Safety Committee initiave – Overbrook Community Care – Solidarité communautaire Overbrook

This group is for neighbours in the Overbook area of Ottawa to support one another during the COVID-19 public health emergency, based on principles of social justice, solidarity and mutual aid.

There are great Ottawa groups out there sharing information, so we’re keeping this one local to Overbrook.

We’re looking to do the following things for each other:

  • Deliver grocery and supplies
  • Phone neighbours who are sick or isolated
  • Check in our BIPOC/immigrant/refugee communities
  • Connect with community resources
  • Assist with financial aid applications

If you are looking for support, you can post in the Facebook group or contact us:

Phone/text: 613-714-4999

Email: Overbrook.community.care@gmail.com

Help us promote this initiative to our neighbours and share this information.

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Solidarité communautaire Overbrook est un groupe qui vise de faciliter l’entraide et le soutien entre les voisins d’Overbrook pendant la crise du COVDID-19. Nous nous basons sur des principes de justice sociale de solidarité et d’entraide.

Voici certaines façons qu’on peut s’entraider

  • Livrer des épiceries et des fournitures essentielles
  • Appels avec nos voisins malades et isolés
  • Appui aux communautés racisés, immigrantes, ou réfugiés
  • Faire des liens aux ressources communautaires
  • Soutien pour les demandes d’aide financière

Il existe déjà plusieurs autres groupes de solidarité pour la ville d’Ottawa, notre but est d’être un groupe qui se limite au quartier d’Overbrook.

Si vous avez besoin de soutiens, vous pouvez faire un post sur notre page Facebook ou nous envoyer un texto/ appel au 613-714-4999 ou nous envoyer un courriel au Overbrook.community.care@gmail.com

Aidez-nous à informer nos voisins d’Overbrook et partager ces informations.


Good Food at Your Doorstep:
A COVID-19 Emergency Fresh Food Delivery Service.

This new program sells $20 boxes of fresh fruits and vegetables delivered to your doorstep FREE of charge. You also have the option to “Share Some Good” by donating a box to a family in need.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Orders are placed online at https://ottawagoodfoodbox.ca/ with a credit or debit card.
  • The order deadline for delivery next week is Monday, April 13 at 12pm (noon). 
  • Deliveries will be made on that week’s Friday or Saturday.  You will receive an email to confirm your order and let you know on which day you can expect your delivery. On your delivery day, you will receive an email or SMS 15-30 minutes before your order is due to arrive.
  • When you place your order, you will be required to include your full home address (including apartment number) and a phone number at which you can be reached.
  • Your produce box will contain 8-11 varieties of fruits and vegetables such as:
  • onions
  • carrots
  • bananas
  • apples
  • oranges
  • lettuce
  • tomatoes
  • broccoli
  • cauliflower
  • pears
  • mangoes
  • mushrooms
  • potatoes
  • celery
  • avocado
  • cucumbers
  • lemons
  • Specific requests and substitutions regarding the content of our produce box are not available.  The produce selections will be based on availability and price, but rest assured it will always be top quality!
  • We will only be offering no-contact deliveries within the City of Ottawa and will be following the COVID-19 guidelines given by Ottawa Public Health for safe food handling and home deliveries.
  • Unfortunately, at this time we cannot deliver to areas in the following postal codes: K1X, K2J, K2K, K2M, K2R, K2S, K2T, K2V, K2W, K4C, K4M, K4P, and K0A. Please email us to see what may be possible if you live in one of these areas and are interested in purchasing a produce box. 
  • Customers who make a purchase and live outside of our designated delivery area will be refunded in full. We are not able to issue refunds for any other reason, but please let us know if you are unsatisfied with your purchase.  

You can email us your questions at ottawagoodfoodbox@crcrr.org or marketmobileottawa@gmail.com or by calling 613-860-6767. 

Stay healthy, wash your hands often and practice physical distancing! 

The Good Food at Your Doorstep Team

OCA Update – Food bank hours, Tools to help your neighbours, City of Ottawa update

What you will find inside :

  • Food Bank Hours
  • Tools to Help your Neighbours
  • City of Ottawa declares state of emergency – what does that mean for you?

Food Bank Hours

Find the Rideau Rockcliffe Food Bank details below

Tools to Help your Neighbours

Download and print this offer of help and share it with your neighbours. Click on the image for the download link

City of Ottawa Updates

You will find below the most recent update from our city councillor, Rawlson King. You can sign up for his updates here


As we near the end of our second week of working remotely, and physically and socially distancing, it is more important than ever that everyone do their part to protect our city’s most vulnerable.

If you think you have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has it, use this self-assessment to help determine how to seek further care: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/#q0

City Parks

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all city park facilities and park equipment are now closed until further notice. Only walkthroughs are permitted – while respecting physical (social) distancing.

Sports fields and courts

  • The amenities and spaces that are closed for use include:
    • Public sports fields – including those located at recreation facilities
    • Ball diamonds
    • Basketball and tennis courts
  • These types of spaces and amenities encourage group gatherings and usage, which go against the physical (social) distancing measures being used to flatten the spread of the COVID-19

Play structures and park equipment

  • The closures apply to all play and park equipment, this includes:
    • Play structures
    • Swings
    • Slides
    • Climbers
    • Adult fitness stations
    • Benches and picnic tables
    • Skateboard parks
    • Off-leash dog enclosures
  • Park and play equipment also encourage multiple users. More importantly, the surfaces are not being cleaned and could potentially spread the COVID-19

Walkthroughs permitted – maintain physical (social) distancing

  • While the parks are closed, you are able to walk through them. Safe park practices that are permitted includes running, walking or jogging through the park, while keeping a two-metre distance from others – which is equal to the length of a hockey stick. You can also walk your dog through the park where this is allowed, while respecting the established leashing requirements for the

Launch of Buy Local promotional campaign and web page

  • On Thursday, March 26, the City of Ottawa, in partnership with the Economic Partners Taskforce, launched the first phase of an online promotional campaign to help local businesses during these difficult times.
  • The campaign encourages residents to support their favourite small businesses by taking immediate and concrete steps now:
    • Buy from local businesses online
    • Purchase gift cards from local businesses to use later
    • Order delivery or takeout from area restaurants
    • Send local businesses messages of support on social media
  • These actions will help local shops, restaurants and services by providing them with critical income during this challenging
  • The campaign includes targeted ads that will reach residents on several online platforms over the coming weeks and direct them to ottawa.ca/buylocal. There, residents will find links to sites listing businesses serving customers virtually or providing takeout and meal delivery.
  • The City also launched a web page on ottawa.ca to provide businesses with access to essential information and support programs. The page will have links to provincial and federal assistance programs, as well as details on measures offered by the City to help businesses in the coming weeks and months. This includes the property tax deferral and other relief measures that Council approved at its meeting on March

Social Assistance Resources

  • Food security
    • Ottawa Food Bank: 613-745-7001 and ottawafoodbank.ca
    • Good Companions (Meals on Wheels): 613-236-0428 and thegoodcompanions.ca
      • Also contact for urgent transportation to appointments
    • Isolated and/or vulnerable seniors and people experiencing homelessness
    • Emergency financial assistance
      • Call 3-1-1 and press 4 for social services (i.e. medical needs, trouble paying utility bills, housing arrears, etc.)
    • Community-based social services
      • Call 2-1-1 Help Line – referrals to local community, social, government and health services.
    • Volunteer coordination
      • Volunteer Ottawa has established a pool of pre-screened volunteers and will continue to accept new applicants:https://www.volunteerottawa.ca
      • The City of Ottawa and the Human Needs Task Force are working with United Way to solidify a community approach to receive and place volunteers. 
    • Human Needs Task Force contact information
    • For more information, visit ottawa.ca/covid19

Canada’s Emergency Response Plan Is Enacted

This week, Parliament passed the legislation to put in place Canada’s COVID-19 Emergency Response Plan.

Canada’s Emergency Response Plan provides immediate help to Canadians and businesses who are most in need as a result of COVID-19. At the same time, Bill C-13 ensures that our Government has the tools and flexibility to respond to any emerging challenges. We will do whatever it takes to protect and support Canadians during this challenging time.

Key Measures

Support for individuals and families

Support for businesses

  • Temporary wage subsidyProvided for three months to eligible small employers. Eligible employers include small businesses (including co-operative corporations) eligible for the small business deduction, unincorporated employers, – certain partnerships, non-profit organizations and charities.
  • Credit flexibility to support businesses: Provided as necessary through EDC, BDC, Farm Credit Canada and the Canada Account.
  • Please talk to your bank for additional support options.

Additional actions to support the health and safety of Canadians and the economy

  • Help prevent shortages of patented drugs or medical devices
  • Support provinces and territories with a COVID-19 Response Fund including one-time funding of $500 million through the Canada Health Transfer.
  • Increasing the protection of Canadians’ savings by providing the Minister of Finance with the flexibility to increase the CDIC’s deposit insurance limit.
  • Allowing us to respond rapidly to COVID-19 developments by providing the Minister of Finance with additional flexibility to provide financial support.

Best wishes,

Rawlson King, City Councillor for Rideau-Rockcliffe
http://www.rideau-rockcliffe.ca/


Alors que nous approchons de la fin de notre deuxième semaine de travail à distance, et de la distanciation physique (sociale), il est plus important que jamais que chacun fasse sa part pour protéger les plus vulnérables de notre ville.

Si vous croyez que vous présentez des symptômes du coronavirus (COVID-19) ou si vous avez été en contact étroit avec une personne l’ayant contracté, servez-vous de cet outil d’autoévaluation pour vous aider à déterminer si vous avez besoin de recevoir d’autres soins. https://covid-19.ontario.ca/autoevaluation/#q0

Parcs de la Ville

En raison de la pandémie de la COVID-19, tous les parcs de la ville et leurs installations sont désormais fermés jusqu’à nouvel ordre, par contre il est permis de les traverser, tout en respectant la distanciation physique (sociale).

Terrains de sport et de balle

  • Parmi les installations et les espaces fermés, on compte :
    • les terrains de sport publics – y compris ceux situés dans des installations récréatives
    • les terrains de balle
    • les terrains de basketball et de tennis
  • Ce genre d’espaces et d’installations encouragent les rassemblements et leur utilisation en groupe, ce qui contrevient aux mesures de distanciation physique (sociale) prises afin de freiner la propagation du coronavirus (COVID-19) à Ottawa.

Structures de jeux et équipement de parc

  • La fermeture s’applique à toutes les structures et à tout l’équipement de parc, notamment :
  • les structures de jeu
  • les balançoires
  • les glissades
  • les grimpeurs
  • les stations de conditionnement physique pour adultes
  • les bancs et les tables à pique-nique
  • les planchodromes
  • les aires pour chiens sans laisse
    • L’équipement de parc et les structures de jeu favorisent une utilisation par plusieurs personnes. Mais, plus important encore, leurs surfaces ne sont pas nettoyées et pourraient propager la COVID-19.

Passages autorisés – maintenir la distanciation physique (sociale)

  • Bien que les parcs soient fermés, il est permis de les traverser. Les pratiques sûres permises dans les parcs sont la course à pied, la marche, le jogging tout en maintenant une distance de 2 mètres avec les autres, l’équivalent de la longueur d’un bâton de hockey. Vous pouvez également promener votre chien dans les parcs, là où il est permis de le faire, tout en respectant les exigences en matière d’utilisation de la laisse des lieux.

Lancement de la campagne publicitaire et de la page Web Acheter local

  • Le jeudi 26 mars, la Ville d’Ottawa en partenariat avec le Groupe de travail des partenaires économiques, a lancé la première phase d’une campagne publicitaire en ligne visant à aider les entreprises locales en ces temps
  • La campagne encourage les résidents à soutenir leurs petites entreprises favorites en prenant immédiatement des mesures concrètes :
    • acheter en ligne auprès d’entreprises locales;
    • acheter des cartes-cadeaux auprès d’entreprises locales qui pourront être utilisées plus tard;
    • faire livrer par des restaurants locaux ou aller à leur comptoir pour emporter;
    • envoyer aux entreprises locales des messages de soutien sur les médias
  • Ces mesures aideront les magasins, les restaurants et les services locaux en leur procurant des revenus critiques pendant cette période difficile.
  • La campagne comprend des publicités ciblées qui joindront les résidents sur plusieurs plateformes en ligne au cours des prochaines semaines et les dirigeront vers ottawa.ca/acheterlocal. Les résidents y trouveront des liens vers des sites qui répertorient les entreprises qui servent leurs clients virtuellement ou qui fournissent des plats et des repas pour
  • La Ville a également lancé une page Web sur ottawa.ca pour donner aux entreprises l’accès à des renseignements essentiels et de programmes de soutien. La page comprend des liens vers les programmes d’aide provinciaux et fédéraux, ainsi que des détails sur les mesures offertes par la Ville pour aider les entreprises au cours des prochaines semaines et des prochains mois. Ces renseignements comprennent le report de l’impôt foncier et les autres mesures d’allègement que le Conseil a approuvé à sa réunion du 25 mars

Ressources d’Assistance Sociale

 Sécurité alimentaire

  • Banque d’alimentation d’Ottawa : 613-745-7001
  • The Good Companions (La Popote roulante) : 613-236- 0428 et ca.
    • Transport d’urgence aux rendez-vous également offert.

Aînés isolés ou vulnérables et personnes en situation d’itinérance

  • Programme Seniors’ Centre Without Walls: 613-236- 0428.
  • Une voix amicale, des Rural Ottawa South Support Services, une ligne téléphonique permettant d’aiguiller les aînés en milieu rural vers les services et programmes de leur région : 613-692-9992.
  • Ligne de crise en santé mentale : 613-722-6914 à Ottawa, ou 1-866-996-0991 à l’extérieur d’Ottawa (numéro sans frais).
  • Programme d’exercices En force, en équilibre! de tv Rogers.
  • Logement communautaire d’Ottawa, vérifications du bien- être : 613-731-1182
  • Ottawa Inner City Health, aide aux personnes itinérantes 

Aide financière d’urgence

  • Composer le 3-1-1 et faire le 4 pour accéder aux services sociaux (besoins médicaux, difficulté à payer les factures de services publics, arriérés de loyer, etc.).

Services sociaux locaux

  • Composer le 2-1-1 pour accéder au service d’assistance téléphonique permettant d’être orienté vers les services communautaires, sociaux, gouvernementaux et médicaux du secteur.

Coordination des bénévoles

  • Bénévoles Ottawa a créé une banque de bénévoles présélectionnés et continue d’accepter les candidatures :https://www.volunteerottawa.ca/index_FR.html
  • La Ville d’Ottawa et le Groupe de travail sur les besoins humains collaborent avec Centraide pour mettre au point une stratégie commune de gestion des bénévoles.

Coordonnées du Groupe de travail sur les besoins humains

Le Plan D’intervention D’urgence Du Canada est Mis En Oeuvre

Cette semaine, le parlement a passé une loi qui met en oeuvre le plan d’intervention d’urgence du Canada contre la COVID-19.

Le plan fournit une aide immédiate aux Canadiens et aux entreprises qui en ont le plus besoin en raison de la COVID-19. Parallèlement, la loi garantit que notre gouvernement dispose des outils et de la souplesse nécessaires pour relever les nouveaux défis. Nous ferons tout ce qu’il faut pour protéger et soutenir les Canadiens en cette période difficile.

Les mesures clés

Soutien pour les familles et les individus

Soutien pour les entreprises

  • Les subventions salariales temporaires: accordées pendant trois mois aux petits employeurs admissibles. Les employeurs admissibles comprennent les petites entreprises (notamment les sociétés coopératives) admissibles à la déduction pour petites entreprises, les employeurs non constitués en société, – certains partenariats, les organismes sans but lucratif et les organismes de bienfaisance.
  • Le Programme de crédit pour les entreprises: pour soutenir les entreprises au besoin par l’entremise d’EDC, de BDC, de Financement agricole Canada et du Compte Canada.
  • Veuillez parler à votre banque pour des options d’allègement additionnelles.

Les mesures additionnelles pour la santé et la sécurité des Canadiens et de l’économie

  • Aide pour prévenir les pénuries de médicaments ou d’appareils médicaux brevetés
  • Soutien aux provinces et territoires avec le Fonds de réponse à la COVID-19, y compris un financement de 500 millions de dollars par le biais du Transfert canadien en matière de santé.
  • Augmentation de la protection de l’épargne des Canadiens en offrant au ministre des Finances la possibilité d’augmenter la limite d’assurance-dépôts de la SADC.
  • Permission de réagir rapidement aux développements de la COVID-19 en offrant au ministre des Finances une flexibilité supplémentaire pour fournir un soutien financier.

Covid-19 Neighbourhood Update

What you’ll find inside:

  • RRCRC Food Bank Update
  • Library Update
  • Review of the financial help pledged by the federal government

RRCRC Food Bank Update

Library Update

“Did you know that the library has tons of things to read/do online or on your phone/tablet, for adults and children?

Just one example, for the benefit of Stephen, whom I know likes graphic novels :

  1. visit ottawa.overdrive.com
  2. search for keywords ‘ graphic novels adult ‘
  3. voilà : about 160 results. And for children? Over 600.

(see example attached)

So much on offer online from organizations and businesses the world over… just don’t forget to take a walk outside from time to time! Spring will spring out soon, too!

Your librarian,

Vero Dupuis

Coordinator, St-Laurent library”

Federal support summary (announced yesterday)

  • A new Emergency Care Benefit that will apply to workers who do not qualify for Employment Insurance and who are in isolation, caring for a sick family member, and/or providing childcare. 
    • The benefit will provide a maximum of $450 per week for up to 15 weeks. 
    • Parents who are unable to work because they need to provide childcare due to school closures are eligible even if they do qualify for EI. 
  • A new Emergency Support Benefit for workers who are unemployed and who do not qualify for EI. 
  • An increase in the Canada Child Benefit with a top-up of up to $300 per child. 
  • An increase in the GST/HST Credit to low income Canadians with up to an additional $300 per adult and $150 per child. 
  • The federal government will waive the one-week waiting requirement for EI Sickness Benefits in cases of quarantine and waive the requirement to provide a medical certificate for EI Sickness Benefits. 
  • The tax filing deadline is deferred until June 1 and the requirement to pay any taxes owing is deferred until August 31. 
  • A new wage subsidy for small businesses (including charities and not-for-profits) that will cover up to 10% of payroll to encourage them to continue to pay wages. 
  • A six-month, interest-free moratorium on all Canada Student Loan payments. 
  • Increased flexibility for mortgage lenders to allow them to defer mortgage payments for up to six months.

Overbrook Covid-19 Update

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After opening the first Community Assessment Centre on Friday in Ottawa, Ottawa Public Health (OPH) has announced there are at least 13 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa. This number shows us that there are likely more travel-related cases that have gone on to cause local transmission of the virus in Ottawa. 

More importantly, OPH has stated the number of actual cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa could be higher than one thousand.

With this in mind, OPH has asked that all residents increase their practices of social distancing, and not go out for any non-essential reasons to reduce the spread of the virus. Social distancing includes, but is not limited to:

  • Talk to your supervisor, manager, or employer about the possibility of working from home where possible.
  • Avoid sending children to daycare, if you are able to.
  • Avoid visits to Long-Term Care Homes, Retirement Homes, Supportive Housing, Hospices and other congregate care settings unless the visit is absolutely essential.
  • Avoid non-essential trips in the community.
  • If you have to go into the community for an essential trip via taxi or rideshare, be sure to keep the windows down.
  • If possible, limit or consider cancelling group gatherings.
  • If you have meetings planned, consider doing them virtually instead of in person.
  • When possible, get fresh air outside but in settings where people can maintain a 1-2 metre (3-6 feet) distance from each other.

It takes all of us doing our part to limit the spread and the damage of COVID-19. While you may not feel sick, please be mindful of the members of our community who are more vulnerable to COVID-19 than others. We are all in this together.

If you can, donate to the Ottawa Food Bank, this is a period where the need is especially high https://www.ottawafoodbank.ca/donate/

Overbrook Community Association (OCA) Update

  • All OCA events and meetings are cancelled until further notice
  • Our newspaper will be published at the end of March, we are looking for volunteers to help deliver them. If interested, please reach out to info@overbrook.ca

Neighbourhood Update

  • Rideau Rockcliffe Community Resource Centre has suspended all of their operations and services due to the fact that one of their staff is ill and had been in contact with all of their other staff. They are currently working on an alternate solution to the currently unavailable food bank.
  • You can access the services of the Eastern Ottawa Community Resource Centre in the meantime – https://eorc-creo.communitysupportservices.ca/
  • The Overbrook Community Centre and the St Laurent Complex are closed until further notice

Humanity Update

City Update

Find regular updates from Ottawa Public Health and information about Ottawa’s assessment centre here : https://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/en/public-health-topics/novel-coronavirus.aspx?utm_source=OPH&utm_medium=Home_Page_Banner&utm_campaign=Coronavirus&utm_content=Home_Page_Banner_OPH

Provincial and Federal Update

Service Canada has set up a SEPARATE phone line to contact them to set up EI claims for quarantine, illness, work closure, etc due to COVID-19.
They will not help you with anything else at this number.
Likewise, the main EI number cannot help you with COVID-19 claims.

The number is 1-833-381-2725.

There is over an hour average wait time to speak to someone at the main number, so please take some of the load off them and use the COVID-19 # if that is what you need to talk to them about.

They are waiving the 1 week waiting period for 2 week quarantines, so if you are affected, apply right away.

More information here : https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/notices/coronavirus.html

Family Day Event, Provincial By-election Debate and more

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OCA announcements

Reminder : Join us on Monday, February 17th from 11am to 3pm for Family day activities at the Overbrook Community Centre, 33 Quill street

Join us on February 18th for an OCA sponsored debate for the provincial by-election. 815 St-Laurent from 7pm to 8:30pm.


Community Announcements

Invitation to Celebrate International Mother Language Day 2020 in Ottawa through the Lens of Intercultural & Intergenerational Dialogue

Can Ottawa be a role model in creating a society of Intercultural and Intergenerational harmony? 

We believe that Ottawa is ready to create a meaningful and flourishing society which can serve as a role model for the rest of the world.

On Saturday 22nd February 2020, we are committed to show how we, as a diverse but integrated group of Canadians, can make a positive impact in the lives of millions living in this age of unthinkable opportunities. We would like to show how the growing interconnectedness among us is shining a bright light toward a yet to be realized shared outcome; a goal is being created by the hearts and minds of caring and responsible individuals as we all work with our good intentions. 

On behalf of Pro-active Education for All Children’s Enrichment (PEACE) and Bangla Caravan, may we sincerely invite your participation so this goal can be revealed, a gem in the making by our combined efforts. At the end of our event, we are confident that this purposeful and fun exercise we are proposing will show us some answers to the question: what can we do to make us all win together?

      We suggest a Venn diagram approach to display our organizations’ interconnectedness to one another. We will discover exponentially more than we know now, and then we can consciously create pathways and partnerships to intensify our efforts, increase our efficiencies, and create an ocean of possibilities.

 Please note that the event will be taking place on Saturday February 22nd, 2020 from (3:00 to 8:00) pm at Rideau Community Hub (former Rideau High School) at 815 St. Laurent Blvd., Ottawa. For the details of the event, please refer to the attached postcard.

One Thousand Women: The state of housing and homelessness for women in our city.

Many women are often are not counted among homeless in Ottawa. Researchers in Ottawa have brought to our attention that many homeless women couch surf with friends for a week here and there with their kids in tow.  Uncounted and underserved until they have worn out their welcome.

On Thursday, March 5th at 6 pm, at Ashbury College, 362 Mariposa Ave, Cornerstone  will be hosting, along with Harmony House, and Interval House of Ottawa, a panel called One Thousand Women: The state of housing and homelessness for women in our city. 

CBC’s Rita Celli will moderate, plus Kaite Burkholder Harris will be our subject matter expert, as Co-Lead of Linking Leaders

One Thousand Women become homeless in Ottawa each year.

Right now, our city is experiencing a housing crisis and we have declared a housing emergency . We collectively need to discuss the issues of homelessness and lack of affordable and supportive housing – especially for women. 

We know from experience, that when you give a woman a safe, permanent home, they can heal and recover. With support and a fixed address, women can access help like counseling, mental health, drug and alcohol recovery, education and work services

Registration LInk

https://www.cornerstonewomen.ca/make-a-difference/events/one-thousand-women

Ontario Gov : Consultation: developing a new Poverty Reduction Strategy for Ontario

The Ontario government is asking for feedback for their new Poverty Reduction Strategy. Deadline to participate is March 30th 2020.

Participate