City wants your input on what features should be in your parks and recreation centres / La Ville souhaite connaître votre avis sur les caractéristiques que vous aimeriez retrouver dans vos parcs et centres récréatifs
Invitation to a Nov 16, 7pm kitchen table Housing & Homeless chat: Which tasks should the LCA focus on in the next year?
The experts haven't been able to fix our housing crisis - it may only be solved when ordinary people are finding the solutions. The Housing & Homelessness committee of Lowertown Community Association invites you to focus our work on the tasks that matter most to you. Where can the LCA make the most difference?
Today Ottawa has an estimated 2500 households who risk losing their home because of Covid-19. That's on top of about 2000 people currently filling our shelters, and another 150 people estimated to be living unsheltered in parks, on the street and vacant lots. At the same time the city has an updated, but as yet unfunded, $1billion, 10-year plan to end homelessness, that still lacks clear accountability and effective governance.
Come out Nov 16 at 7pm, for a kitchen table chat about what we can do ourselves about ending chronic homelessness. For the link, please email to email@example.com
Which of these ideas below should be LCA's priority? Please come to discuss any of your priorities at the Nov. 16 zoom-chat.
The annual general meeting of the LCA was a well-attended ZOOM affair. The annual reports presented by the treasurer and the president will be posted on the website soon.