Community Information Bulletin

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Workshops & Professional Development

Community Employment Resource Centre
The Community Employment Resource Centre (CERC) will host employment Workshops in July.
• Posted: July 28, 2021
Steps to Justice / Justice pas-à-pas
Steps to Justice has more information on your right to services in French, including at a family law, criminal law, small claims court, or provincial court proceeding, health care services and education
• Posted: July 28, 2021
Right to National Housing Network
The Right to National Housing Network has shared a video entitled The Right to Housing in Canada
• Posted: July 28, 2021
Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre
The Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre's Community Connections for Newcomer Employment Program's July 2021 Workshops Calendar is now online.
• Posted: July 28, 2021
Ontario Caregiver Organization
On July 29th, the Ontario Caregiver Organization (OCO) will host a Webinar for Caregivers: Building Resilience in Times of Uncertainty.
• Posted: July 28, 2021
CharityVillage
CharityVillage will host a governance course for nonprofit boards called Governing Your Organization: A Deeper Dive.
• Posted: July 28, 2021
Volunteer Ottawa
Volunteer Ottawa will host virtual workshops, including A Successful Return to Work on August 4th, Excel 101 on August 19th, Volunteer Recruitment on August 12th and Going Back to the Office on September 1st.
• Posted: July 28, 2021
The Council on Aging of Ottawa / Le Conseil sur le viellissement d’Ottawa
The Council on Aging of Ottawa will host its Fall 2021 edition of its Smart Aging Program, eight weekly workshops cover the fundamental issues facing older adults today.
• Posted: July 28, 2021
CLEO – On The Radar
CLEO just published a new version of their On The Radar newsletter, including Air conditioners: A hot topic for tenants and landlords.  *Following the release of July’s On the Radar, they have updated the accompanying chart called Rules about air conditioners. Please discard any copies you made of the previous chart, as it included some potentially misleading language.*
• Posted: July 28, 2021
Hire Immigrants Ottawa
Hire Immigrants Ottawa will host virtual workshops on Cross-Cultural Competency Training.
• Posted: July 28, 2021
St. Lawrence College Employment Services
St. Lawrence College Employment Services will host a Resume & Cover Letter Workshop on July 22nd.
• Posted: July 21, 2021
Steps to Justice / Justice pas-à-pas
Steps to Justice has new content about how criminal courts deal with certain mental health issues, including bail, diversion, and sentencing for people with mental health issues, drug treatment court, people who aren’t criminally responsible and people who aren’t fit to stand trial
• Posted: July 21, 2021
CLEO: Community Legal Education Ontario
CLEO: Community Legal Education Ontario has shared a new edition of Every Resident - Bill of Rights for people who live in Ontario long-term care homes, now available online and in print.
• Posted: July 21, 2021
Community Employment Resource Centre
The Community Employment Resource Centre (CERC) has shared their July Events Calendar, including events like Carrer Exploration, an OPP Information Session, Job Search, Interactive Resume Workshop, Youth Workshop, LinkedIn 1 on 1 and a Tanger Outlets Hiring Events.
• Posted: July 21, 2021
CharityVillage
On July 29th, CharityVillage will host a webinar on Leadership Legacy: Creating Your Narrative Through Resiliency and a Trauma Informed Lens.
• Posted: July 21, 2021
Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre
The Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre's Family Information and Support Group will host a session on Consent and Capacity in a Mental Health Setting on July 27th.
• Posted: July 21, 2021
Information and Communications Technology Council
On July 22nd, the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) and Open North will host a virtual panel discussion with experts and community leaders on Closing the Gap & Building Resilience: Technology-Driven Rural Development.
• Posted: July 21, 2021
Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario
On June 15th World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, EAPO alongside the Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse and CanAge, hosted a National online event that engaged nearly 1000 people from across the country. Watch a recording of the event.
• Posted: July 14, 2021
Reach Canada
On July 13th, Reach Canada and Connecting Ottawa will host a webinar on Housing and the Duty to Accommodate.
• Posted: July 14, 2021
CharityVillage
On July 15th, CharityVillage will host a webinar on The Future of Fundraising Events.
• Posted: July 14, 2021
The Good Companions Seniors’ Centre
The Good Companions Seniors’ Centre will host educational presentations: 75 Ways To Save On Household Expenses on July 15th, and the Importance of Intergenerational Relationships on July 21st. They have also shared their Summer Bulletin and Program Guide.
• Posted: July 14, 2021
Community Employment Resource Centre
The Community Employment Resource Centre (CERC) has shared their July Events Calendar, including events like Social Media, Fast Forward French, Second Career, an Amazon Information Session, an Interactive Interview Preparation, Youth Workshops and a Canadian North Hiring Event.
• Posted: July 14, 2021
Steps to Justice / Justice pas à pas
Steps to Justice has a new interactive illustration of a criminal courtroom. This illustration gives you an idea of what a typical criminal courtroom looks like. You can click on the pop-up buttons to get more information about who the key players are and their roles.
• Posted: July 14, 2021
YSB Employment Services
The YSB Employment Services has shared their July and August Calendars.
• Posted: July 7, 2021
Steps to Justice / Justice pas à pas
Steps to Justice's Guided Pathway to Housing Law forms are now also available in French.
• Posted: July 7, 2021
Canadian Observatory on Homelessness
The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness, A Way Home Canada and Making the Shift have released an updated version of the Housing First for Youth (HF4Y) Program Model Guide and a NEW accompanying HF4Y Operations Manual.
• Posted: July 7, 2021
Institute for Research on Public Policy
The Institute for Research on Public Policy (IRPP) has shared a new study entitled Transitioning Back to Work: How to Improve the EI Working-While-on-Claim Provisions.
• Posted: July 7, 2021
Reach Canada
On July 15th, Reach Canada will host a presentation by Ted Mann of Mann Lawyers on the Disability Tax Credit Update 2021: Overview & Implications for Canadians Living with a Disability.
• Posted: July 7, 2021
Serenity Renewal for Families
Serenity Renewal for Families will host Upcoming Summer Virtual Workshops, including Sexuality, Romance and Relationships on July 17th and 18th, Anger and Resentment from July 19th to July 22nd, Emotion Regulation from July 26th-29th, Overcoming Perfectionism on August 7th, Grief: Coping with Loss on August 14th and August 15th, Codependency: Understanding Self-Defeating Behaviour on August 28th.
• Posted: July 7, 2021
Steps to Justice / Justice pas-à-pas
Steps to Justice now has information about specific criminal offences, including theft, mischief, assault, harassment, and threats, drug offences, drunk driving, not following conditions of bail or probation and not going to court.
• Posted: July 7, 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
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:

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  • Workshops and Professional Development
  • Support Groups
  • Health Information
  • General Information

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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
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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 http://www.communityinfo.ca/Counsellor_2015.pdf
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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