Tuesday, November 23, 2021
Tuesday Jobs: Working with Legislators or Cheese
▪️Cabinetmaker at the House of Commons. No, you're not helping New Edinborough resident Prime Minister Justin Trudeau create an executive council that is balanced by both sex-and-region, this is literally building custom furniture, woodwork, furniture and architectural millwork repair, most of it heritage. $59,666 - $75,495 annually.
▪️Cheese Making Helper at St Albert Cheese Coop in Ottawa East. Successful applicant must be able to wrap the cheese in various formats. $21 per hour. (St Albert is hiring a lot of positions, actually)
▪️Material Logistics Clerk at the Senate. There won't be any wearing of purple ermine, this is working in the Senate warehouse in Gatineau. $49,976 - $63,236 annually.
▪️Assistant Deli/Cheese Manager at Farm Boy. The job itself is near the Canada Science and Technology Museum.
▪️The Privacy Commissioner of Canada job is being actively recruited. You need significant time in management at a senior executive level and a degree in law, ethics or public administration but a successful candidate could waive that with experence. $315,300 annually.
▪️Specialty Team Member (Beer, Wine, Cheese & Chocolate) at Whole Foods. This is a part time position, so, although the pay is not stated, it is probably not a remunerative at the Privacy Commissioner. Successful candidates will be expected to ‘Surprise and delight customers with consistent and delicious food.’
We'll see you tomorrow – Martha and Darren
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Weather: ☁️ Mainly cloudy. High of -5°, low of -9°
Number: 9 am. The latest every morning that the CIty will announce street closures for snow. The City is changing how it operates parking bans: overnight bans, when they are in effect, will be from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am and announced by 9:00 am. Daytime bans will be from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm and will be announced by 3:30 pm the day before. [City of Ottawa]
Ottawan of the Day: Kaite Burkholder. The executive director of Alliance to End Homelessness Ottawa is looking for tenants to tell their stories of illegal evictions. The Report Your Renoviction campaign is trying to put some hard numbers on terrible anecdotes of people forced to leave their homes because the landlord is purportedly making renovations. [Ottawa Citizen] [Report Your Renoviction (We couldn't make the form (!) work with Safari but it was fine with Chrome)]
Quote: ‘You know you’re going to displace hundreds or thousands of rats. You need to take care of them first before sending them out in society’ – East End resident Luc Lacroix, who says that he has caught over 40 rats that have been displaced because of O-Train construction. [Ottawa Citizen]
Sports: NHL Ottawa Senators 4 – Colorado Avalanche 7, last night
Data is from this morning, comparisons are with Friday
EASTERN ONTARIO HEALTH UNIT
⭕ Quebec will announce their plan for vaccinating 5 to 11 year-olds against COVID-19 today. [CBC]
WHAT OTTAWA IS TALKING ABOUT
▪️306 square metres of sewage spilled out at Stanley Avenue and Keefer Street, Booth Street and Wellington Street, and on Kent Street yesterday. The brand new, $232 million sewer pipe system was in storage mode as work was done at the treatment plant. A faulty instrument let the chambers fill past capacity and then spill over. The system, when it works, is designed to prevent raw sewage from entering the Ottawa River. [CBC]
▪️The Police Board had so many people speaking against increasing the police budget that it is extending the meeting to today. Dozens of people spoke against a $14 million increase in the police budget yesterday, preferring that the money was spent on mental health and housing programmes. The meeting will continue at 3:30 pm today. [CTV]
+ Related Campaigner opposed to increasing the police budget blockaded the entrance to the Highway 417 at Metcalfe Street in protest
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