Support the EarlyON Centre!

Are you looking to participate in a community program? We have a position available to the new playgroup in Navan on Tuesday morning starting November 5, 2019  The volunteers profile: Are you interested with children 0 to 6 years old? Do you want to contribute in our children well-being? Early childhood experience an asset Bilingual … Read more

CALL OUT FOR FUNDRAISING VOLUNTEERS

The Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre is looking for volunteers to assists in event and fundraising activities.  We are seeking for individuals who are creative thinkers and “go-getters” in an effort to fundraise and create community awareness for our Centre. Reporting to the Fund Development, Communications and Marketing Coordinator, this volunteer position, will provide creative and … Read more

New Playgroup in Navan

The EarlyON Centre is proud to announce that they will be offering a new playgroup in Navan. The new playgroup will be starting on November 5, on every Tuesday 1295 Colonial Rd. from 9:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. Come meet one of our Family Resource Workers who will be facilitating the playgroup. Should you have … Read more

Position Filled: Transportation – Summer Replacement

The volunteer will provide transportation [Orléans] 1x a week on Thursday to two participants attending the Centre’s social group. Replacement position for the months of July, August, September 2019. The group starts at 1 pm. to 3 pm. Requirement: vehicle insurance document for 2 millions. Mileage is reimbursed. If you are interested, please contact: Rosanne Canzanella, … Read more

CU in the City – Sanctuary Cities: Refuge, Citizenship, and the Politics of Belonging

About the Event Professor Jennifer Ridgley, Department of Geography A renewed interest in sanctuary cities has emerged in recent years as a strategy to support refugees and migrants in the context of intensifying anti-immigrant politics. In the United States, policies passed in the 1980s to support Central American refugees have been revived by local and … Read more

Get involved – Community Acting Together

We’re currently recruiting 2 residents (living east of Place d’Orléans) to participate in this Crime Prevention and Community Development Framework initiative. Branch Out Theatre and Community Mediation Ottawa are leading partners in this project (and they’re awesome!) A note that most meetings will occur in English, during the daytime and likely in a central location … Read more