Get Outside and Enjoy Nature

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Physical (social) distancing https://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/en/public-health-topics/social-distancing.aspx In order to decrease transmission of COVID-19 in Ottawa, Ottawa Public Health (link is external) is now recommending that all residents of Ottawa practise physical (social) distancing. Physical (social) distancing (link is external) involves taking steps to limit the number of people you come into close contact with. This will help to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the community. These guidelines are not meant to say “you must stay in your home!” You can still go outside to take a walk, go to the park, or walk your dog. If you need groceries, go to…

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Stay Healthy, Stay Happy, Stay Connected

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Practicing social distancing doesn’t mean losing touch with those around you. Just because we can’t be together at TCP doesn’t mean that we can’t stay connected with one another. In the coming days, we will be passing the time by sharing activities, games and other ideas that we’ve come across from many different sources that your family or friends may enjoy! Please feel free to share ideas with us as well to pass along 🙂 Looking for something to keep your children and yourselves from going stir crazy? Many of these daily schedules have been shared several times over social media…

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Megan’s Place Food Drive And Raffle

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Help us Fill our Bins for the Kanata Food Cupboard Food Drive and earn a chance to win one of our tasty raffle baskets! http://www.kanatafoodcupboard.ca/ Your child will receive a raffle ticket for each item donated to our Food Drive at Megan’s Place. You can bring as many items as you like for several chance to win. See the Program Staff with your Non-perishable items to get your tickets and Good Luck!!!

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Child Care Parent Survey

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The survey is being conducted for the City of Ottawa who is responsible for planning and managing licensed child care services in Ottawa. The survey is for parents of children 0 to 12 years of age who currently have their child(ren) in child care or expect to within the next 18 months. It asks about your personal experiences and opinions about child care services. The information will be used to improve access to quality child care services for Ottawa families. It will take you about 15 minutes to complete.   Your participation in the survey is voluntary and completely anonymous. Tell…

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