City of Ottawa
Learn more about admissions, services, programs, administration and monitoring. The Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) coordinates applications and admissions for all the Long-Term Care Homes in Ontario. Each City of Ottawa Long-Term Care Home organizes weekly visits of their facility. Please call the Home directly to register for a tour.
Spectacular river views and a beautiful garden setting are just some of the many features that compliment the excellent facilities, expert staff, and responsive services provided by Carleton Lodge.
Built in 1969, the Centre d’accueil Champlain is dedicated to serving the needs of our francophone senior population.
The Armstrong Home is situated on the picturesque banks of the Rideau River, between the Vanier Parkway and King Edward Avenue, in Central Ottawa. It opened its doors June 2005 and replaced the original home, Island Lodge, which opened in 1964.
The Peter D. Clark Long Term Care Home is located in the Centrepointe neighbourhood of Ottawa. The largest of the City’s Long Term Care Homes, the 211-bed facility opened its doors on May 30, 2001.
Access programs and services for housing supports for seniors.
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Young at Art celebrates the creativity and talent of Ottawa's young visual artists. It brings the work of young visual artists (Aged 12 to 19) to local art galleries across the city.
You should get at least one hour of physical activity per day! Learn how you can get your daily dose of exercise through different City activities.
Youth Zone workshops
The Youth Zone offers a variety of job workshops from interview skills to resume writing. Check out dates and times and how to register!
Cycling education courses
Want to improve your confidence and ability to ride around the City? Take a look at some of the cycling courses offered from April to October!
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