Community News Archive - July 2007

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2007-07-01
Happy Canada Day!
Canada Day Activities!

ARTS | 2007-07-02
Yosuke Kawasaki is appointed concertmaster of the National Arts Centre Orchestra
The National Arts Centre today announced the appointment of violinist Yosuke Kawasaki as concertmaster of the National Arts Centre Orchestra. He will take up his new position at the start of the 2007-08 season.

NEWS | 2007-07-02
OCDSB: SUPPLEMENTAL BOARD AGENDA
Continuation Meeting Wednesday, 4 July 2007 6:30 PM (Public)

NEWS | 2007-07-03
Arts Events for week of 5 July 2007
Lots of events this week around Ottawa.

NEWS | 2007-07-01
Baby Gizmo is celebrating Canada Day by giving away free* copies of 'Baby Gizmo in Canada' DVD
Celebrate Canada Day week by picking up a free* copy of 'Baby Gizmo in Canada' DVD online at www.baby-gizmo.ca.

NEWS | 2007-07-03
Your garbage collections day remains the same this week
It may be a four-day work week, but residents are reminded that curbside garbage and recycling pickup and multi-residential container collection remain on regular schedule

BUSINESS | 2007-07-03
Ontario Rent Increase Guideline Lowest In History
The rent increase guideline for the year 2008 will be 1.4 per cent, the lowest guideline in the history of rent regulation in Ontario.

NEWS | 2007-07-03
CRTC moves a step closer to establishing a National Do Not Call List
In a decision issued today, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) set out rules for the creation and operation of a National Do Not Call List (National DNCL) for Canadians who wish to avoid unsolicited calls.

ARTS | 2007-07-04
NCC’S POPULAR SOUND AND LIGHT SHOW RETURNS TO PARLIAMENT HILL THURSDAY
The National Capital Commission (NCC) is pleased to announce that the Sound and Light Show on Parliament Hill entitled Canada: the Spirit of a Country gets underway Thursday, July 5, 2007, for the summer season.

NEWS | 2007-07-04
OC Transpo’s Seniors Summer Special Starts July 4
OC Transpo will be offering free rides this summer to encourage seniors to try transit. Starting Wednesday, July 4, and continuing every Wednesday in July and August, seniors who are age 65 and older can ride transit for free.

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2007-07-04
ZAPHOD BEEBLEBROX CONCERTS & EVENTS LISTINGS
DJ LISTINGS:

NEWS | 2007-07-04
One-day depot for household hazardous waste July 14
The City of Ottawa is hosting a one-day household hazardous waste collection depot fromn9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 14 at the Trail Waste Facility, 4475 Trail Road, off Moodie Drive, south of Fallowfield Road.

NEWS | 2007-07-04
Australian-American band, MINK at Zaphod Beeblebrox
Spitfire Music/ Kindling/ Fontana/ Universal Recording Artists Produced by Sylvia Massey (TOOL, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS) MINK

NEWS | 2007-07-05
Robert Farrell School of Guitar: Recital
Robert Farrell School of Guitar Guitar Recital with special guest rfb Thursday, July 26, 2007 7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Social Hall A Soloway JCC of Ottawa 21 Nadolny Sachs Private Tickets at the Door: $5 www.JCCOttawa.com www

ARTS | 2007-07-05
Upasana Presents Dans/ce Kapital 2007
Upasana presents a week-long dance festival August 20 - 26. The Museum of Civilization and Arts Court will play hosts to a diversity of performers dancing everything from flamenca and tango to Asian, Indian and contemporary modern dance. (www.upasana.ca)

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2007-07-05
Garden Party & Tea
Garden Party & Tea to raise funds for training of guide dogs

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2007-07-05
Colonel By Day 2007
The Bytown Museum and CHOO/COPO invite you to join us in celebrating the vibrant heritage of Ottawa on this day named for our founder! Hands-on activities & community celebration at The Bytown Museum, “Where Ottawa Begins.” Free Admission!!

TRAFFIC | 2007-07-05
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF GATINEAU PARK PARKWAYS
The National Capital Commission (NCC) wishes to inform the public that the Gatineau Park parkway network will be temporarily closed to traffic on Saturday, July 7, from 6 am to 11 am, for the Meech Lake Triathlon.

TRAFFIC | 2007-07-06
City Council Update: Your guide to what happened at City Council
City Council Meeting Highlights

NEWS | 2007-07-06
Cumberland Heritage Village Museum celebrates Firefighters!
It’s safety first at the Cumberland Heritage Village Museum’s Firefighters and Protective Services Day.

NEWS | 2007-07-06
THE NCC AND ‘LAUGH IT UP FESTIVAL’ PARTNER TO SHOWCASE ANIMATED SHORT FILMS IN SUSSEX HERITAGE COURTYARDS
The National Capital Commission (NCC) is delighted to welcome the Laugh it Up Festival to Clarendon Lanes, part of the Sussex Heritage Courtyards from July 5 to 8, 2007.

NEWS | 2007-07-06
OCDSB Board Meeting Director’s Notes
Continuation Board Meeting – 4 July 2007

HEALTH | 2007-07-06
City’s IRSP summer focus shines on sharing the road - pedestrian and cycling safety- and unsafe lane changes in July
This summer, the City of Ottawa’s Integrated Road Safety Program (IRSP), through its Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP), is emphasizing mutual responsibility and respect of traffic laws for all road users

EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | 2007-07-06
CFI PRESENTs the cinematic event of the summer!!!
"WAR AND PEACE" STARTS NEXT SATURDAY, 14 JULY

SPORTS & RECREATION | 2007-07-06
John Paddock Named Ottawa Senators Head Coach
Senators general manager Bryan Murray announced today that the club has named John Paddock as its sixth head coach in franchise history.

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