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Councillor Brockington graciously co-hosts community festival on Sept. 7

September 3rd, 2019 Comments off

The RPCRA, Hunt Club Community Association, and the South-East Ottawa Community Health Centre owe a very special thanks to Councillor Riley Brockington for his generous support for our annual Community Festival on September 7. Without his gracious support and his dedicated staff, it wouldn’t be possible.

The Councillor will not be able to attend our event this year, on account of competing events, but his support will not go un-noticed!

Everyone is invited to join us at the festival for free family fun!


Try some tasty treats from the Brookfield Confectionary on Sept. 7

August 30th, 2019 Comments off

The good people of the Brookfield Confectionary have kindly donated some tasty treats as part of their generous sponsorship for the annual Hunt Club Riverside Park Community Festival on September 7.

We hope to see you there!

Walk or Bike Across Hog’s Back Bridge

August 30th, 2019 Comments off

On Monday, April 12, Hog’s Back Road was closed west of Colonel By Drive to the Rideau Canoe Club for swing bridge repairs that will last 8 months. Immediately afterwards, Hog’s Back Road will be closed from Riverside Drive to Colonel By for repairs to the fixed bridge.

The project is expected to be fully completed by December 2020 but pedestrian and cycle traffic will be maintained throughout using a detour over a newly constructed foot bridge.

Click here for details on the road closure, a map of the detour, and traffic easement measures.

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A.M.S. Auto Centre proudly sponsors festival door prizes

August 30th, 2019 Comments off

Fantastic Door Prizes at the Hunt Club Riverside Park Community Festival on Sep. 7!

Win an $80 oil change, special thanks to AMS Auto Center on Riverside Drive:

Join us for free family fun at McCarthy Park:

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Canoe Bay to co-host community festival on Sept. 7

August 29th, 2019 Comments off

A special thank-you to Canoe Bay – our soon to be newest neighbours – for their generous sponsorship in co-hosting our annual Hunt Club Riverside Park Community Festival on Sep. 7.
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South-East Ottawa CHC co-hosts community festival on Sept. 7

August 29th, 2019 Comments off

Special thanks to the South East Ottawa Community Health Centre for the incredible partnership in joining the RPCRA and the Hunt Club Community Association to host the annual Hunt Club Riverside Park Community Festival on Sep. 7.
Their advocacy and support for our community knows no bounds.
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Sign Up for Fall/Winter Recreation Programs

August 28th, 2019 Comments off

This month, registration opened for Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 recreation programs at the city’s many community centres. The Recreation eGuide offers residents a wide variety of activities in their neighbourhoods including swimming lessons, fitness classes and skating programs.

Click below to see the program guide for the Hunt Club – Riverside Park Community Centre.

Download printable event posters (English & French).

Residents can register online in person with their client barcode and family PIN numbers.

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Have a Say on the Rental Accommodations Survey

August 27th, 2019 Comments off

The City of Ottawa is hosting two new community surveys on rental accommodations: one focuses on Housing Conditions and the on Short-Term Rentals. Fill them both out by September 4, 2019 to have your say!

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City to decorate street signs to honour Lebanese poet

June 25th, 2019 Comments off

On June 26, the City of Ottawa will consider a motion to hang decorative street-sign blades along Ridgewood Avenue to honour the famous Lebanese poet Gibran Khalil Gibran. The motion comes at the request of St. Elias Cathedral in advance of the Ottawa Lebanese Festival, which will run from July 17 to 21, 2019. The street name will remain unchanged and all costs would be borne by St. Elias.

Click here to read Councillor Brockington’s Notice of Motion.

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Changes coming to Ottawa’s Green Bin Program

June 25th, 2019 Comments off

Starting July 2, 2019, plastic bags can be used as a bagging option for household organics in the green bin. Pet waste will also be accepted – including dog waste and kitty litter. These changes are meant to attract users to the program and divert organics from landfill, but paper liners are still better than plastic.

Click here to read all about Ottawa’s Green Bin Program.

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