Monday, March 14, 2022
Want to be a part of a local business success story? These Ottawa companies are searching for staff.
▪️Cafe Latte Cino in Orléans would like to expand the team as well as their business hours. Get in touch [email protected] 2020 Tenth Line Road, Unit 2, Orléans.
▪️Asian fusion Sulawok has full and part time positions to fill and they’re willing to train those with a positive attitude and a desire to learn. Send a cover letter and resumé to [email protected]
▪️Award winning Kay’s Nail Parlour + Training is hiring a car-owning dog groomer who can cut dog nails and is comfortable with all breeds. PM for details.
▪️Ogham Spirits needs a “passionate spirit” to lead the tasting room. Find out more at [email protected].
Happy Pi Day!
Fulton’s is celebrating with a Maple Apple Pie. Yes, we said Maple-Apple-Pie. The Maple Shop is open daily from 10:00am to 3:00pm until April 18th.
Almanac Urban Mill and Bakery has created adorable single serve mini Pi Day Bumbleberry pis/pies, which will be available Wednesday March 16th through Saturday March 19th for pickup or delivery (within the delivery area) Pre-order these raspberry-strawberry-blueberry babes for $3.50 each or $20 for a six pack.
Strawberry Blonde Baking made gorgeously decorated Pi cookies. Visit their Westboro or Kanata location to grab some sweet pi cookie goodness before they’re all gone.
We'll see you tomorrow – Martha and Darren
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Weather: ☁️ Mainly cloudy. High of 4°, low of -7°.
Number: 11th. Where the Ottawa Hospital lies on Newsweek’s Best Hospitals in Canada list The Queensway Carleton Hospital is 19th and the Montfort Hospital is 55th. Toronto General takes the top spot. [CTV] [Newsweek]
Ottawans of the Day: Borys and Galina Yehorov. The two seniors left their home in Kharkiv after it was shelled by Russian troops, taking only one backpack each. They are now with their daughter in Stittsville. [CBC]
Quote: ‘Para Transpo assumes that para riders’ time is not valuable, that they have few important obligations and that their lives should be limited due to mobility and accessibility needs’ – Laura Shantz and Sally Thomas, arguing that Para Transpo does not consider itself a transit system. [Monitor Magazine]
Sports: NHL Chicago Blackhawks 6 – Ottawa Senators 3, last Saturday.
Information is as of this morning. Changes are relative to yesterday.
Hospitalization data is not available today
Data has not been updated since Friday
EASTERN ONTARIO HEALTH UNIT
The Health Unit is changing the way they report. In the meantime, they are reporting only selected information.
⭕ Major League Baseball players who are unvaccinated will not be able to cross into Canada to play Bluejays home games. Sixteen per cent of players are not vaccinated, and Google tells us there are 906 players in the league, so that's around 144 players who can't cross. [NY Times]
⭕ The Province has lifted the COVID-19 vaccine mandate in all schools, hospitals, and long-term care homes. [CBC]
⭕ The vaccine passport has been lifted in Gatineau and across Quebec as of today. [CBC]
WHAT OTTAWA IS TALKING ABOUT
▪️The National Capital Commission is appealing its embassy row denial. The Commission wants to develop five new embassies in Mechanicsville on vacant lots. Neighbours complained, desiring the chainlinked properties to remain empty. City Council agreed with the neighbours, despite the plan being approved by the City's Planning Committee. The Commssion has now appealed to the Ontario Land Tribunal, which is not controlled by the City. [Ottawa Citizen]
▪️The Province is interviewing candidates for the Ottawa Police Services Board. The three Provincial appointees to the Board resigned after one member, Robert Swaita, was accused of supporting the Trucker siege. The Board currently cannot meet as it has only the three City-appointed members. [iPolitics (Free to read but requires registration)]
▪️The City of Ottawa has rejected taking part in a new steam recycling garbage plant in McNab/Braeside. The private company says their system does not require separating recycling from garbage; steam breaks recycling to fibres and the rest is burned for energy. [CTV]
▪️Urbsite has published a detailed history of the construction of the Connaught building. [Urbsite]
▪️The Globe & Mail has a story on the planned housing development on LeBreton Flats. Nothing that we don't already know but a good round-up of the entire LeBreton project. [Globe & Mail]
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