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Year: 2015

Federal leaders submit their answers to Mayor Watson’s local issues questionnaire

The responses by the federal parties to Mayor Jim Watson’s questionnaire are now available to be viewed online.

City mobilizes to help refugees of Syrian crisis

Mayor Jim Watson launches Refugee 613, United for Refugees at Public Forum Ottawa – Today, Mayor Jim Watson welcomed residents, local agencies, and subject-matter experts at City Hall to mobilize the community to help refugees of the Syrian crisis. The Mayor’s Public Forum on Syrian Refugee Resettlement Efforts saw the launch of Refugee 613, a short-term project in response to the global refugee crisis, and United for Refugees, a new fundraising initiative to support local…
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Statement: Max Keeping

Ottawa has been blessed to have Max Keeping as an important part of its local family for as long as anyone can remember. As a journalist, he was a part of our dinner hour every night as he shared important stories of our city and our world. As a community leader, he worked tirelessly to raise funds to help children get healthy, stay positive, and reach their full potential. Max devoted every part of himself…
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Marie McIntosh receives Mayor’s City Builder Award

August 26, 2015 – Mayor Jim Watson and Capital Ward Councillor David Chernushenko presented the Mayor’s City Builder Award today to Marie McIntosh, recognizing more than 15 years of volunteer work improving the quality of life of seniors living at Clementine Towers, advocating for seniors residing in Ottawa Community Housing (OCH), and helping to raise funds for disaster relief around the world. Marie, who is 88 years young, moved to the 258-unit Clementine Towers seniors…
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