Category Archives: News

Local guiding registration now open!

Registration for Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders, and Rangers is now open to all new and returning girls to Girl Guides of Canada.  Join us for a year full of fun, friendship, camping, and memories to last a lifetime. For more information, please visit: or email: The Osgoode units are also in need of… Read More »

Traffic calming measures in the village

During the Annual General Meeting of the Osgoode Village Community Association a presentation was made concerning the speed limits on Main Street in Osgoode.  Only 28% of drivers actually obey the speed limit on Main Street. Even more disconcerting is the fact that 85% of the traffic on Main Street travels at 35 km OVER… Read More »

April 2 Consultation in Metcalfe

A public consultation will be held at the Metcalfe Community Centre on April 2 at 1:30 PM regarding proposed changes to taxes for water, wastewater and storm water handling. The city has released the following document in advance of the consultations: City of Ottawa Water, Wastewater and Stormwater Rate Structure Review Have your say… Read More »

Road Closure

**NEW** Snake Island Road Culvert Replacement WHEN: This work is tentatively planned to begin the week of February 16 and, weather dependent, is expected to last approximately two weeks. WHY: The City of Ottawa will be replacing a culvert on Snake Island Road that has been identified to be in poor condition.  A road closure is required to complete… Read More »

Food Cupboard Donations

For those inquiring about donations to the Osgoode Food Cupboard, which is in dire need of non-perishables: The Cupboard is open Saturdays 10-12 and is located at 2540 Stagecoach Rd Osgoode. Foodland in Greely and Osgoode receive donations. You are welcome to drop donations to any of our churches on Sundays 845 in Vernon, 10:00… Read More »

Make the right call

After last night’s Town Hall meeting, one message was repeatedly shared by all of the panelists.  If there is an issue call it in.  All city departments, our councillor and the community policing officers noted that if issues are reported as they occur, they have data systems in place to track patterns.   As patterns… Read More »