Tuesday, June 7, 2022
▪️Canada Soccer needs a bilingual Communications Coordinator to support the Marketing and Communications team in growing the organization’s revenues.
▪️The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) Digital Communications Officer will assist in the ongoing management and development of the organization's websites and intranet.
▪️Seed World Group is looking for an Editorial Director with experience in the agriculture sector to lead the organization’s content creation, produce feature articles, and plan editorial calendars.
▪️JDRF/FRDJ Canada is searching for a Bilingual Development Communications Coordinator to coordinate and write a broad range of compelling communication materials in English and French.
Chef Ben at Chef’s Paradise, live Summer Salads session at 6:00pm. Facebook and Instagram Live.
It’s Martini & Old Fashioned Tuesday at Brine and Grill in Orléans. Enjoy those classic cocktails for $8 each at 5160 Innes Road Unit 5.
We'll see you tomorrow – Martha and Darren
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Weather: ☀️ A few showers. High of 19°, low of 14°.
Number: 4th and 9th. Where Carling Avenue and Bronson Avenue lie on a list of Ontario's worst roads, as determined by the Canadian Automobile Association. Hamilton’s Barton Street East is the worst. [CBC]
Ottawans/Gatinoise of the Day: Heather Jeffery, Re4m Design and Fabrication; Warsame Ahmed and Tamey McIntosh, Braiyt; Ryan Peatt, Adam Januszkiewicz, Julian Eckhardt, Proxi.id; David Gaylord, Timothy Burns, and Rachel Kerr, Bushbalm; Riaz Sidi, Sidi.io; J.P. Michel, SparkPath; Emily Jones Joanisse, and Tasneem Damen, Connected Canadians ; and Varsha Chaugai and Graham Fraser, Evoke Health.
All were awarded 2022 Bootstrap Awards, celebrating self-funded startups and entrepreneurs. [Ottawa Business Journal]
Quote: ‘Pause for safety’ – The proposed new phrase to refer to students who are not allowed to attend Ottawa Carleton District School Board schools because their behaviour poses a risk. Previously, the term used was ‘excluded’. [Ottawa Citizen]
Information is as of this morning. Changes are relative to yesterday.
EASTERN ONTARIO HEALTH UNIT
The Health Unit is changing the way they report. In the meantime, they are reporting only selected information.
⭕ Some experts are recommending that being fully vaccinated against COVID 19 should mean three doses instead of the current two. [CTV]
⭕ Jean-Yves Duclos, the Federal Minister of Health, has tested positive for COVID 19. He’ll be self-isolating for 10 days. [Global]
WHAT OTTAWA IS TALKING ABOUT
▪️The National Art Gallery is losing its CEO as Sasha Suda takes over as director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The switchover will happen in September. Suba has been with the National Gallery since 2019. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is, of course, the one with the steps that Rocky runs up in the eponymous film. [NY Times]
▪️Stittsville ward councillor Glen Gower will bring up the Little Library issue at tomorrow's Council meeting. City of Ottawa bylaw officers threatened a family with a fine if they did not remove their Little Library from next to the sidewalk. Gower says the bylaw is intended for things like sheds, Little Libraries were not contemplated. [CBC]
▪️The City has delayed the return of e-scooter rentals until companies can prove the devices won't run on sidewalks. E-scooters are tons of fun – please don't unsubscribe. But residents complain that people use them on sidewalks or park them in places that impede people with disabilities. The delay will probably last until early July. [CBC]
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