Community Information Bulletin

This is a weekly community driven, community based communication mechanism that provides an opportunity for community agencies in Ottawa and Community Navigation of Eastern Ontario to share information and celebrate successes.

The Community Information Bulletin is distributed through email and this online Community Information Bulletin page.

Check the criteria we use for inclusion in the Bulletin.

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General Information

Ottawa Community Foundation / Fondation communautaire d’Ottawa
Ottawa Community Foundation has shared their Spring Check-in Newsletter.
• Posted: May 18, 2022
Bereaved Families of Ontario – Ottawa Region
On June 12th, Bereaved Families of Ontario – Ottawa Region will host their annual Butterfly Memorial Event.
• Posted: May 17, 2022
Ottawa Police Service / Service de police d’Ottawa
The Ottawa Police Service (OPS) has launched their Agent Status program, granting the OPS the authority to prohibit entry to premises or property, and when necessary remove, any persons from a premises under the Trespass to Property Act.
• Posted: May 9, 2022
Second Harvest
Second Harvest has published their third research report, Wasted Opportunity, on food loss and waste, types of surplus edible food, where it comes from and solutions in the food industry.
• Posted: May 9, 2022
Community Legal Education Ontario / Éducation juridique communautaire Ontario
Steps to Justice has updated information about what the courts are dealing with in-person and virtually by phone or video conference at Family Court, Criminal Court and Small Claims Court.
• Posted: May 9, 2022
Ontario Caregiver Organization
The Ontario Caregiver Organization has shared its May 2022 Newsletter.
• Posted: May 9, 2022
Ontario Legal Information Centre / Centre d’information juridique de l’Ontario
The Ontario Legal Information Centre has shared their May 2022 Newsletter.
• Posted: May 9, 2022
National Newcomer Navigation Network / Réseau National de Navigation Pour Nos Nouveaux Arrivants
The National Newcomer Navigation Network has shared a Ukrainian Refugee Toolkit for Resources for health and settlement professionals working with Ukrainian newcomers to Canada.
• Posted: May 9, 2022
Epilepsy Ottawa
On June 4th, Epilepsy Ottawa will hold a Painting in the Park event!
• Posted: May 2, 2022
The Council on Aging of Ottawa / Le Conseil sur le vieillissement d’Ottawa
The Council on Aging of Ottawa has shared its 2022 Provincial Election Guide: Advancing the Wellbeing of Ottawa’s Older Adults
• Posted: May 2, 2022
ABLE2 will host a fundraising event “Evening in the Maritimes” to be held on Thursday, May 19th.
• Posted: May 2, 2022
Ottawa Restorative Justice Network
The Ottawa Restorative Justice Network has shared its latest ORJN Newsletter.
• Posted: May 2, 2022
End Homelessness Winnipeg
End Homelessness Winnipeg has shared a report on Sharing the Journey of Coordinated Access in Winnipeg: Logic Model and Evaluation Framework.
• Posted: May 2, 2022
Centre Miriam Centre
On May 13th and 14th, Miriam Centre will host a Stamp Sale fundraiser.
• Posted: May 2, 2022


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Posting Criteria

The Community Information Bulletin is distributed by Community Navigation of Eastern Ontario (CNEO) in two formats, an email Sendout and an online Community Information Bulletin page.

The E-mail sendout Service reaches over 2,400 individuals working in the non-profit sector in the City of Ottawa and a small number of for-profit organizations that offer free or specialized services.The e-mail sendout is a compilation of the week’s new postings. It is sent out Wednesdays when the bulletin board is updated. The online Community Information Bulletin page is located on our website. It features all the postings of the last month
Before submitting a posting, please be sure to read the following information.

Inclusion and exclusion criteria for posting:

Postings must be of local interest and be of community awareness
Postings will be divided according to the following categories:

  • News
  • Employment and Volunteering
  • Workshops and Professional Development
  • Support Groups
  • Health Information
  • General Information

Inclusion in the e-Mail Broadcasting Service or on the Bulletin Board does not imply endorsement by CNEO.
CNEO reserves the right to exclude a posting
Postings which are not acceptable include:

  • Partisan and political postings
  • Advertisement for the sale of goods or merchandise – including the services offered by an individual
  • Promotions of a faith
  • Material that is intended to slander a group or person or that promotes hatred or discrimination

This service is free, until further notice, for non-profit agencies serving the city of Ottawa with condition that the service offered is free, subsidized or for a minimal fee
Fees may apply to other posting requests
For-profit organizations may post for a fee. Please call 613-683-5400 x 5514
To post we will require:

The requested posting in a PDF (.pdf) or Microsoft Word (.doc) document, or a link towards a web page, formatted to be readable and understandable. Formatting is not provided by CNEO. The approved postings will appear as received
** NOTE : We changed the posting criteria for our Employment and Volunteering section.
Requests to the Employment and Volunteering section must now be provided with a direct link [URL] to your website where this information is posted – ex.: a Careers Page. Simply send your email request with the following information, i.e. Counsellor, Community Information Centre
We no longer accept/post .pdf or .doc under this section as of August 2015
If you are sending a posting request that is not from the organization you work for, please indicate in the body of the email which organization it is from
The document should contain a contact name, title, organization name, telephone number and/or email address
We encourage postings be made available in English and in French but it is not required. Translation is not provided
Information received up to Friday at 12 noon will be distributed and posted on the following Wednesday
The bulletin is not updated on statutory holidays
Documents can be posted for 30 days, until the event date has passed or until requested to be removed by the organization in question
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