Ottawa Community Organizations
Ottawa Police Service
Ottawa Fire Department
Ottawa Public Library
Ottawa Parks & Recreation
City Hall Phone Directories
Canadian Canine Training Academy
Canadian Diabetes Association
Canadian Diabetes Ottawa. Clothesline Program Free pick up of donor's gently used clothing and household articles. Diabetes Recycle Ink accepts used laser and inkjet printer ink cartridges. Car Heaven accepts used cars for recycling purposes.
Canadian Military Families
An Online support and information site that cater's to Canadian Military Families
The first step in finding you a new place to live, is to let us know a few things about your needs. Fill in the "Easy Rent" form and we will send you a list of available Apartments or Houses in your requested city. Keep in mind that most places are rented the month they become available and not 6-12 month ahead of time.
Foreign Embassiesin Canada
International Folkdancers of Ottawa
Jewish Community Centre of Ottawa
Job Resources Canada
Millitary Family Resource Centre
Newcomers Club Directory for Ontario
Social Planning Council of Ottawa
OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICES:
Canadian Council on Social Development
CCSD is a non-profit social policy and research organization focusing on issues such as poverty, social inclusion, disability, cultural diversity, child well-being, employment and housing.
Canadian Executive Service Organization
Do you have a business in need of advice and services? Does your community require instruction in financial management, business development and governance? Could your students, business or organization benefit from a temporary or ongoing mentorship? If so, CESO Volunteer Advisers can provide you with the help needed to achieve the goals you set for your organization.
In order to feel home in your new City it is important that you know something about the community you are moving to. We have collected information about communities across the country.
Community Foundations of Canada
Community Foundations of Canada (CFC) is the membership organization for Canada's vibrant and growing network of 155 community foundations.
Day Care & Child Care
As a parent, you know more about your child than any other person. By carefully looking into available care and matching up services with your child's individual needs, you will be able to select the best situation for your child.
Law & Order
Canadian Law & Order. A collection of sites dealing with Community Policing, Crime Stoppers and Police Departments in Canadian Relocation Systems cities. Federal, Provincial and Territorial Justice Departments and other Law Resources.
Environment Canada's mandate is to preserve and enhance the quality of the natural environment; conserve Canada's renewable resources; conserve and protect Canada's water resources; forecast weather and environmental change; enforce rules relating to boundary waters; and coordinate environmental policies and programs for the federal government.
Family Mediation Canada
We help families succeed by providing information and referrals to Family Mediators across Canada. Family Mediation times of conflict, can dramatically reduce the human and financial cost of conflict resolution. Contact us today for more information.
Every day, charitable and nonprofit organizations work to make Canada a better place to live, supported by forward-looking businesses, foundations, governments and individuals -- all of which have a stake in helping create stronger, more vibrant communities.
National Committee for Canadian Francophonie
RDÉE Canada favorise, en collaboration avec ses partenaires provinciaux et territoriaux, le développement économique et la création d´emplois afin d'assurer la vitalité et la pérennité des communautés francophones et acadiennes du Canada.
The Royal Canadian Legion
The Legion is a non-profit, dues-supported, fraternal organization with approximately 1,600 branches in Canada, the United States, Germany and The Netherlands. The Legion receives no financial assistance from any outside agency and membership is open to all Canadian citizens and Commonwealth subjects who subscribe to the purposes and objects of the organization.
Safe streets and safe communities are a hallmark of life in Canada and are the foundation of happy families and a strong economy.
The Vanier Institute of the Family
The Vanier Institute of the Family, established in 1965 under the patronage of Their Excellencies Governor-General Georges P. Vanier and Madame Pauline Vanier, is a national, charitable organization dedicated to promoting the well-being of Canadian families. It is governed by a volunteer board with regional representation from across Canada.
Trans Canada Trail
An 18,000 - kilometer recreational corridor winding its way through every Province and territory, linking 800 communities along its route. When completed, this will be the longest trail of its kind in the world, connecting our regions, our three oceans and our people in a new way for generations to come.
YMCA of/du Canada
YMCAs actively bring together people from all walks of life to create a sense of belonging through its many diverse programs and events. These events are usually held for good causes and help communities to be safe and healthier.