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.

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Workshops & Professional Development

Online Training Initiative to Address Human Trafficking
On January 22nd, Online Training Initiative to Address Human Trafficking will offer Human Trafficking: A Survivor's Story.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
Community Employment Resource Centre
CERC has shared its January Calendar including Keeping Ontario Safe: What You Need to Know About ES & OHS Related to COVID-19Skilled Trades, Worker Health and Safety in 4 Steps, Interactive Resume and LinkedIn 1 on 1.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
The Ottawa Coalition to End Human Trafficking
On January 29th, the Ottawa Coalition to End Human Trafficking will host a webinar on What is the difference between trafficking and exploitation? A discussion between experts in Canada, the U.S, and the U.K.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
Connecting Ottawa Information Sessions
There will be a series of webinars, including Areas of Law and How to Refer Clients by Community Legal Services of Ottawa on January 21th, Settlement, Youth & the Law by Connecting Ottawa on January 26th and Bankruptcy with Black and Associates on February 16th.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
Ottawa Pastoral Care Training Program
The Ottawa Pastoral Care Training Program has shared their 2021 programming: Course brochures, Christmas Letter and their Coordinators' Event information.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
CharityVillage will hold upcoming webinars to help nonprofit leaders, professionals, and volunteers, including Introducing the 2021 Canadian Nonprofit Sector Salary & Benefits Report on January 28th and Fundraising trends of 2021 that may influence your strategy on February 4th.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
Family Services Ottawa / Service à la famille Ottawa
Family Services Ottawa is registering for: Effective Parenting Through Positive Discipline, Anger Management for Parents, You’re Not the Boss of Me, Just For Dads, Parenting Through High Conflict Separation and Divorce. All groups are being offered virtually.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
Statistics Canada / Statistique Canada
Statistics Canada will host free information sessions this year, including Considerations for Displaying Data using Graphs on January 21st, 26th and February 3rd in English, and January 28th in French.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
Council on Aging of Ottawa – Conseil sur le vieillissement d’Ottawa
The Council on Aging will be hosting a series of online workshops, including the Smart Aging 8-week Core Program, and new elective workshops on Connecting at a Distance, Online Banking & Shopping, Healthy Eating, Emergency Preparedness and Mental Health.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
TechSoup Canada
On January 28th, TechSoup Canada will host a webinar on Leveraging Modern Technology in the Nonprofit Space to Increase Giving.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
Steps to Justice
Steps to Justice has new information about the youth criminal justice system including information about out-of-court options for youth accused of a crime, how youth records work, how to deal with a youth record when applying for a job and what to consider if travelling with a youth record.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
World Justice Project
World Justice Project will host their fourth World Justice Challenge 2021: Advancing the Rule of Law in a Time of Crisis webinar event next week. The event will take place on January 26th for a discussion focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, its effects on fundamental rights and non-discrimination, and recommendations to build back better.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
St. Lawrence College Employment Services
St. Lawrence College Employment Services will host the following webinars: Workplace Health & Safety: Know your Rights! on January 21st, and Job Interview: Tips to Succeed on January 26th.
• Posted: January 20, 2021
ABLE2 Ottawa
On February 11th, ABLE2 will host Anxiety & Disability, on Caring for an individual with a disability. For more information or to register, please visit the website.
• Posted: January 13, 2021
Steps To Justice
Steps to Justice has new information about legal issues students may experience in school, including information about bullying, school attendance, suspensions and expulsions.
• Posted: January 13, 2021
Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre
PQCHC's Community Connections for Newcomer Employment Program has shared its January Workshops Calendar.
• Posted: January 13, 2021
CLEO (Community Legal Education Ontario)
CLEO has shared its latest On The Radar newsletter on Getting a fair tribunal hearing during COVID-19.
• Posted: January 1, 2021


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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
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Postings must be of local interest and be of community awareness
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** 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
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