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Recreation guide

Spring and Summer 2018 Recreation eGuides

To search for facilities, you can browse In my Neighbourhood.

Swimming Programs:

Swim Lessons:Pools A to M [ PDF - 860.69 KB ]
Swim Lessons: Pools N to Z [ PDF - 763.17  KB]
Certification and Specialty Swimming [ PDF - 444.53 KB ]

Recreation Programs:

Summer Camps [ PDF - 578.57 KB ]
Preschool [ PDF - 333.75 KB ]
Children [ PDF - 436.49 KB ]
Youth [ PDF - 259.51 KB ]
Families [ PDF - 238.63 KB ]
Adult [ PDF - 439.09 KB ]
50+ Adults [ PDF -  1.47 MB ]
Fitness and Wellness [ PDF - 492.96 KB ]
Inclusive Recreation [ PDF -  KB ]

View City of Ottawa programs offered in French.

Private Lessons

Browse private lessons - type "private lessons" in the search box.

PD Day Programs

Browse PD Day programs

Registration Information

How to register, create a client account, find registration forms, and more

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Before and after school programs

2018-2019 Registration

Registration for Before and After School care for 2018-2019 School year:

  • May 16 at 9 pm

Start and end the school day with fun! Get active with games and sports and be creative with arts and crafts. Some quiet time for homework, too. Make new friends when you join our Club. City of Ottawa is a registered HIGH FIVE® organization. We commit to healthy child development and safety for children's recreation programs. Choose quality for your kids! 

View after school programs offered in French.

Programs in the East

East of the Rideau River 2018-19

 Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB)

OCDSB Dates:  September 4 to June 27

Location

Address

Phone number

Before School Barcode After School Barcode
Beacon Hill North Community Centre 2130 Radford Court 613-748-1771 No program 1398138

Bob MacQuarrie 
Recreation Complex-Orléans

1490 Youville 

613-580-9600

No program 1408205

Fred G. Barrett Arena

 3280 Leitrim

 613-580-2424 ext. 30235

1401724 No program

Glen Ogilvie Public School

46 Centrepark

613-580-9600

No program 1408206

Greely Community Centre

 1448 Meadow

 613-580-2424 ext. 30235

1401311 1405394
Greenboro Community Centre 363 Lorry Greenberg 613-580-2805 No program 1407638
Hunt Club-Riverside Community Centre  3320 Paul Anka Drive 613-260-1299 No program 1403474

Metcalfe Community Centre

2785 8th Line

613-580-2424 ext. 30235

1246689 1179273
Pat Clark Community Centre (Cyrville - start at Earl Armstrong) 4355 Halmont 613-748-1771 No program 1408225

Ray Friel Complex

1585 Tenth Line

613-830-2747

1403838 1405681

Rideauview Community Centre

4310 Shoreline

613-822-7887

1404710 1403769
Sandy Hill Community Centre 250 Somerset St E. 613-564-1062 No program 1406959

Sawmill Creek Community Centre

3380 D'Aoust

613-521-4092

No program 1409162

South Fallingbrook Community Centre

998 Valin

613-824-0633 ext. 221

1398231 1184657
St-Laurent Complex 525 Coté Street 613-742-6767 No program 1406225

Terry Fox Elementary School

6400 Jeanne D'Arc

613-580-9600

No program 1408207

Ottawa Catholic School Board (OCSB)

OCSB Dates:  September 4 to June 27

Location

Address

Phone number

Before School Barcode After School Barcode

Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Complex-Orléans

1490 Youville  613-580-9600 No program 1408205

Fred G. Barrett Arena

 3280 Leitrim

 613-580-2424 ext. 30235

No program 1405648

Greenboro Community Centre

363 Lorry Greenberg 613-580-2805 No program 1407976

Pat Clark Community Centre (Starts at Earl Armstrong)

4355 Halmont  613-748-1771 No program 1408225
Rideauview Community Centre 4310 Shoreline 613-822-7887 1404733 1403837
Sandy Hill Community Centre 250 Somerset St. E. 613-564-1062 No program 1406959
Sawmill Creek Community Centre 3380 D'Aoust 613-521-4092 No program 1409163

View after school programs offered in French.


Conseil des Écoles catholiques du Centre-Est (CECCE)

CECCE Dates:  August 28 to June 20

Location

Address

Contact

Before School Barcode After School Barcode

Fred G. Barrett Arena

3280 Leitrim

613-580-2424 ext. 30235

No program 1405750
Greenboro Community Centre

363 Lorry Greenberg

613-580-2805 No program 1406946

Hunt Club-Riverside 
Park Community Centre

3320 Paul Anka

613-260-1299

No program 1403824

Rideauview Community Centre

August 15, 2018 to June 27, 2019

4310 Shoreline Drive 613-822-7887 ext. 21 1404782 1404620

Sawmill Creek Community Centre

3380 D'Aoust

613-521-4092

No program 1409164

Conseil des Écoles publiques de L'est de l'Ontario (CEPEO)

CEPEO Dates: August 28 to June 20

Location

Address

Contact

Before School Barcode

After School Barcode

Fred G. Barrett Arena

3280 Leitrim 613-580-2424 ext. 30235 No program 1405750
Greenboro Community Centre 363 Lorry Greenberg 613-580-2805 No program 1406946
Rideauview Community Centre 4310 Shoreline 613-822-7887 ext. 21 1404757 1404559

Register at the Facility

Location

Address

Contact

Before School Barcode After School Barcode

Overbrook Community Centre

33 Quill

613-742-5147

No program Register at community centre.

Programs in the West

West of the Rideau River 2018-19

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB)

OCDSB Dates:  September 4 to June 27

Location

Address

Contact

Before School Barcode After School Barcode

Bridlewood Community Centre

63 Bluegrass

613-271-0712

No program 1187199

Fisher Park Community Centre

250 Holland

613-798-8945

No program 1181853

Goulbourn Recreation Centre

1500 Shea

613-580-2532

1408798 1408635

Hintonburg Community Centre

1064 Wellington

613-798-8874

No program 1402698
Huntley Centennial 118 Langstaff Drive 613-580-9696 No program 1179300
Manotick Arena 5572 Dr Leach 613-692-4772 No program 1179274

Minto Recreation Complex-Barrhaven

3500 Cambrian

613-727-2683

1403978 1404172
Richcraft-Kanata Recreation Complex 4101 Innovation Drive 613-580-9696 No program 1179301

Walter Baker Sports Centre

100 Malvern

613-580-2424 ext. 25417

No program 1179265

Ottawa Catholic School Board (OCSB)

OCSB Dates:  September 4 to June 27

Location

Address

Contact

Before School Barcodes After School Barcodes
Fisher Park Community Centre 250 Holland 613-798-8945 No program 1181899

Minto Recreation Complex-Barrhaven

3500 Cambrian 

613-727-2683

1404121 1404191
Richcraft-Kanata Recreation Complex 4101 Innovation Drive 613-580-9696 No program 1179301

View after school programs offered in French.

Conseil des Écoles catholiques du Centre-Est (CECCE)

CECCE Dates: Various
Location Address Contact Before School Barcode After School Barcode

Goulbourn Recreation Complex

August 28, 2018 to June 20, 2019

1500 Shea 613-580-2532 No program 1408622

Conseil des Écoles publiques de L'est de l'Ontario (CEPEO)

CEPEO Dates: Various
Location Address Contact Before School Barcode After School Barcode

McNabb Recreation Centre

September 17, 2018 to June 20, 2019

180 Percy 613-564-1070 No program 1409525

 

Register at the Facility Dates:  Various

Location

Address

Contact

Before School Barcode

After School Barcode

Alexander Community Centre

960 Silver 

613-798-8978

No program 

Register at community centre.

Bellevue Community Centre

1475 Caldwell

613-798-8917

No program

Register at community centre.

Carlington Recreation Centre

1520 Caldwell

613-798-8920

No program

Register at community centre.

Foster Farm Community Centre

1065 Ramsey

613-828-2004

No program

Register at community centre.

Michele Heights Community Centre

2955 Michele

613-828-5100

No program 

Register at community centre.

Camps

Summer camps

Operate June to September.

Summer Camps [ PDF - 578.57 KB ]

Inclusive Rec

Inclusive Rec [ PDF - 297 KB]

PD Day camps

Browse PD day camps - "type P.D. Day" in the search box.

Beach camps

Browse camps that run at City Beaches

Junior Waterfront Lifeguard Club

Certification Camp​: Enjoy 2 weeks on the beach while participating in Bronze Star, Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross, Standard First Aid, CPR ‘C’ and AED certifications. Exams included in camp.
Prerequisite: Must be able to swim 400m continuously and tread water for 3 minutes (Swim Kids level 9)

  • Westboro Beach
  • Monday to Friday, 8 am to 5 pm (includes pre and post care)
Date Age Barcode Fee Classes
July 3 to 13

10 to 14

1155442

$ 414.25

9
July 3 to 13 15 + years 1155502 $ 467.75 9
July 16 to 27 10 to 14

1155465

$ 460.25

10
July 16 to 27 10 to 14 1155522 $ 519.75 10

July 30 to August 10 
(no class August 6)

10 to 14

1155473

$ 414.25

9
July 30 to August 10
(no class August 6)
10 to 14 1155508 $ 467.75 9

Sports Camp: Campers dive into the sport of lifesaving, training on equipment like paddle boards and surf skis. New focus every week with a lifesaving competition every Friday. Prerequisite: Must be able to swim 300m continuously and tread water for 3 minutes (Swim Kids level 8).

Date Weekly focus Age Barcode Fee Classes

July 3 to 6

Swim 8 to 14 years 1155563 $ 177.50 4
July 9 to 13 Paddle 8 to 14 years 1155575 $ 222 5
July 23 to 27 Paddle 8 to 14 years 1155578 $ 222 5
July 30 to August 3 Run 8 to 14 years 1155582 $ 222 5
August 7 to 10 Swim 8 to 14 years 1155567 $ 177.50 4

Bronze Medallion

Bronze Medallion and Emergency Frist Aid ‘B’: In a camp setting, lifesavers develop physical fitness, decision-making and judgement skills, while learning to respond to challenging rescues of increased risk. Participants improve stroke efficiency and endurance in a timed swim and are tested and certified in Bronze Medallion and Emergency First Aid with CPR ‘B’. Exam included in camp.
Prerequisite: Bronze Star or 13 years old by the date of the exam. Recommended that participants can swim 400m continuously and tread water for 3 minutes (Swim Kids level 9).

Date Age Barcode Fee Classes

July 16 to 20

10 to 14 years 1155544 $ 222 5

Patrick McBain (613) 580-2424 Ext. 16966
Jacob Fitts (613) 580-2424 Ext.41219
beaches.programming@ottawa.ca

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a No-Swimming Advisory? How will it affect camp?
A No-Swimming Advisory is issued when Ottawa Public Health recommends that beach-goers do not enter the water due to high levels of bacteria. Lesson plans and programming are adapted in the event of a No-Swim Advisory. In extenuating circumstances, alternate arrangements are made to transport participants to and from other sites to ensure enough practice in the water.

What if it rains?
Camps will run rain or shine. In the event of a thunderstorms or other extreme weather conditions, day plans are modified as needed. Space is available at the beaches for indoor activities. Please bring a change of warm clothes. Indoor space is available at the beaches. We notify parents if participants are transported to a different site.

Where do I drop off participants?
At each location, there is a large flag and tent for sign in and out.

What are the camp hours?
Camps are 9 hours operating from 8 am until 5 pm. Camp schedule:

  • 8 to 9 am Pre-Camp, Drop Off & Sign In
  • 9 am to 4 pm Camp Program
  • 4 to 5 pm Post-Camp, Pick Up & Sign Out

Can I join if I don’t live in Ottawa?
Yes. Non-Ottawa residents will be charged an additional 25% per person per program.

Winter holiday camps

Operate December to January.

March break camps

March Break eGuide [ PDF - 1.38 MB ]

Join Ottawa - search for programs by facility

Prefer to search for activities by recreation facility? JOINOttawa is an accessible format for recreation and culture course information.

Browse and Register for all recreation and culture classes, activities and programs.

Seniors and 50+ adults

Older adults can participate in recreation programs, courses and drop-ins at:

Current programs are listed in the Recreation Guide and JOINOttawa.

Neighbourhood partners and community organizations operate clubs and groups to provide activities.

Seniors’ discount

Adults age 65+ are eligible for a discount on adult programs offered at recreation facilities.

Help with fees

Ottawa Hand in Hand

The City helps older adults take part in recreation and culture programs, through:

Programs for older adults

Big Band Dances

Active Living Club 50+

Logo of Family Physiotheray Centres

Designed for adults 50 and over to enjoy the outdoors in a safe, healthy and fun environment. Take part in hiking, cycling, canoeing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing programs throughout the year.

Contact:
City Wide Sports
Phone: 613-580-2854
Fax: 613-580-2855
Email: cws-psm@ottawa.ca

Youth leadership programs

Real training, Real certificates, Real experience!

The City of Ottawa offers a full range of leadership programs for youth 13 and up.

A complete list of courses is available in the Summer Camp section of the Recreation Guide.

“My daughter really enjoyed the leadership camp. She learned so much, made some great friends, and recognized some strengths that she didn't even know she had.” Lori Kerrigan, mom of past participant

“It was amazing and rewarding to see how much the participants grew. I didn’t even recognize them by the end of the program.” Derek McDonald, leadership instructor

“It was a fun way to develop life lessons and skills, gain work experience and meet new friends.” Liane Geis, past participant

Leadership Foundation

This two week program is aimed at 13 year olds and focuses on having fun while providing participants with an introduction to leadership styles, team building and communication skills. 

Leadership in Action

This two or three week program is aimed at 14 year olds and focuses on leadership development, team building, enhanced communication skills, first aid training (‘Basic first aid’ certificate) and valuable work experience in a recreation setting. Please note HST applies to participants 15 years and up.

Advanced Leadership Program (ALP)

This program is aimed at youth 15 years and up and focuses on valuable pre-employment skills, hands on work experience in recreation (qualifies for the 40+ hours of community service), certification in High Five: Principle of Healthy Child Development, Standard First aid, CPR, and defibrillator training. Participants will receive a certificate from the Mayor in a City Hall ceremony.

Duffer Doo preschool program

Program details

This morning recreation program for two to five year olds is designed to encourage play and enhance development with crafts, songs, games and theme-related activities. Children socialize with caring staff and peers in a fun environment. Children must be toilet trained. Parents are required to assist as volunteer helpers once per session for each day your child is registered.

3 year to 5 year programs run 2 hours and are offered from 9:15 am to 11:15 am.  2 year old programs are 1 hour and run from 9:15 am to 10:15 am. Ages are strictly enforced due to the new Provincial Early Years Act.

Our Spring programs run for 12 weeks, March to June.

How to register

Register online starting March 7 at 9 pm, or in-person starting March 8 during business hours for spring and summer programs. Locations, days, times and barcodes are listed below.

Orientation for participants

Registered participants and parents are invited to visit their Duffer Doo Centre before the program begins to meet the staff and get acquainted. Information will be distributed by email after registration.

For more information call the Duffer Doo Coordinator at 613-580-2424 ext. 41243 or the Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven at 613-727-2683.

For Duffer Doo programs at:

  • Chapman Mills, call 613-822-7887 extension 27
  • Richmond Memorial, call 613-580-2532
  • Ray Friel, call 613-580-4765

Program locations

Spring 2018

Location Day Barcode
Chapman Mills Community Building Tuesday 1159146
Chapman Mills Community Building Tuesday (1 hour) 1159118
Chapman Mills Community Building Wednesday 1159149
Chapman Mills Community Building Wednesday (1 hour) 1159124
Chapman Mills Community Building Thursday 1159151
Chapman Mills Community Building Thursday (1 hour) 1159125
Chapman Mills Community Building Friday 1159156
Chapman Mills Community Building Friday (1 hour) 1159128
Charlie Conacher Community Building Wednesday 1140394
Charlie Conacher Community Building Wednesday (1 hour) 1140436
Larkin House community building Monday 1156085
Larkin House community building Monday (1 hour) 1156083
Larkin House community building Tuesday 1140381
Larkin House community building Tuesday (1 hour) 1140426
Larkin House community building Wednesday 1140382
Larkin House community building Wednesday (1 hour) 1140424

Margaret Rywak community building (Manordale)

Wednesday 1140389
Margaret Rywak community building (Manordale) Wednesday (1 hour) 1140432

Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven

Monday

1140371

Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven

Monday (1 hour)

1140405

Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven Monday (1 hour)

1140407

Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven Tuesday

1140375

Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven Wednesday

1140378

Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven Wednesday (1 hour)

1140411

Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven Wednesday (1 hour)

1140415

Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven Thursday 1140379
Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven Friday

1140373

Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven Friday (1 hour)

1140420

Minto Recreation Complex - Barrhaven Friday (1 hour)

1140423

Ray Friel Recreation Complex Tuesday 1156390
Ray Friel Recreation Complex Friday 1156623
Richmond Memorial Community Centre Monday 1141673
Richmond Memorial Community Centre Wednesday 1141675
Southpointe community building Tuesday

1140385

Southpointe community building Tuesday (1 hour) 1140427
Southpointe community building Thursday

1140386

Southpointe community building Thursday (1hour) 1140430
Trend-Arlington community building Tuesday

1148022

Trend-Arlington community building Tuesday (1 hour) 1148021
Trend-Arlington community building Thursday

1140391

Trend-Arlington community building Thursday (1hour) 1140434

Summer 2018

Join Duffer Doo camp at a different location each week.
For more information, call the Duffer Doo Coordinator at 613-580-2424 ext. 41243.

Week Days Location Barcode
July 3 to 6 Tuesday to Friday Southpointe Community Building 1142650
July 3 to 6 Tuesday to Friday (1 hour) Southpointe Community Building 1164578
July 9 to 13 Monday to Friday Charlie Conacher Community Building 1142655
July 9 to 13 Monday to Friday (1 hour) Charlie Conacher Community Building 1164580
July 16 to 20 Monday to Friday Margaret Rywak Community Building (Manordale) 1142656
July 16 to 20 Monday to Friday (1 hour) Margaret Rywak Community Building (Manordale) 1164581
July 23 to 27 Monday to Friday Southpointe Community Building 1142657
July 23 to 27 Monday to Friday (1 hour) Southpointe Community Building 1164582
July 30 to August 3 Monday to Friday Charlie Conacher Community Building 1142658
July 30 to August 3 Monday to Friday (1 hour) Charlie Conacher Community Building 1164583
August 7 to 10 Tuesday to Friday Chapman Mills Community Building 1142653
August 7 to 10 Tuesday to Friday (1 hour) Chapman Mills Community Building 1164579
August 13 to 17 Monday to Friday Margaret Rywak Community Building (Manordale) 1142659
August 13 to 17 Monday to Friday (1 hour) Margaret Rywak Community Building (Manordale) 1164584

Park-ticipate 2018

Weekdays

July 3rd - Aug 24th, 2018

The Park-ticipate program is a free, informal drop-in program offered by the Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Complex-Orléans at various local, rural and urban parks throughout East Ottawa.

Children aged 4 to 10 are invited to join our highly trained Recreation staff in this fun-filled program of crafts, games and sports.

Please note that parents/guardians are required to supervise their children while participating in our program.

613-580-9600 ext. 32776

Day Time Park Address Splash Pad

Monday

9 am to 10 am Meadowbrook 1485 Meadowbrook No
Vista 720 Vistapark Yes
Monday 10:30 am to 11:30 am Cummings 980 Cummings No
Marcel Beriault 1691 Sunview No
Monday 12 pm to 1 pm Fairfiel 49 Appleford No
Aquaview 318 Aquaview No
Monday 2 pm to 3 pm Blue Willow 6011 Longleaf Yes
Wilfred Murray 1115 Dunning No
Tuesday 9 am to 10 am  Radford Park 2131 Radford Yes
Michael Budd 2359 Orient Park No
Tuesday 10:30 am to 11:30 am Joe Jamieson 6940 Billberry Yes
Carson Grove 1423 Matheson No
Tuesday 12 pm to 1 pm Queenswood Ridge 346 Kennedy E No
Provence 2085 Provence No
Tuesday 2 pm to 3 pm Delorme Park 6591 Delorme Yes
Gardenway 2001 Gardenway Yes
Wednesday 9 am to 10 am Glen 1766 Grey Nuns Yes
Trappers 3580 Trappers No
Wednesday 10:30 am to 11:30 am Varennes 1595 Varennes No
Emerald Woods 3795 Alderwood Yes
Wednesday 12 pm to 1 pm Navan Fairgrounds 1279 Colonial No
Calzavara 1602 Blohm Yes
Wednesday 2 pm to 3 pm Bradley Ridge 221 Radhika Yes
  Windsor 3560 Wyman No
Thursday 9 am to 10 am  Fallingbrook  681 Deancourt Yes
Diamond Jubilee 2810 Findlay Creek No
Thursday  10:30 am to 11:30am  Barrington 1692 Barrington No
Sandalwood 2850 Sandalwood No
Thursday 12 pm to 1 pm  Cardinal Creek 1825 Trim Yes
Bearbrook 99 Bearbrook No
Thursday 2 pm to 3 pm  Cumberland Millenium Sports Park 100 Millenium Yes
Heatherington 1560 Heatherington Yes
Friday 9 am to 10 am Big Bird 936 Lawnsberry No
Scala 797 Scala No
Friday 10:30 am to 11:30 am Roy 6210 Meadowglen Yes
Portobello 670 Aquaview Yes

 

I Love to Programs

About the I Love to Programs

One in three Canadian families cannot afford to enroll their children in sports, recreation or cultural activities due to financial barriers. Made possible by the City of Ottawa and Canadian Tire Jumpstart charities, the I Love to program gives over 3,500 children and youth the opportunity to participate in organized sport, recreation and culture activities each year.

By participating in these programs children and youth develop social skills, leadership and gain self confidence preparing them for success. This programming is available in more than 30 City of Ottawa neighbourhoods.

For more information, please contact:
Wendy Royer, 613-580-2424 ext. 15491

Red Heart Logo  Child jumping over logo

Staff: qualified and enthusiastic!

City of Ottawa Recreation, Cultural and Facility Services is a registered HIGH FIVE®organization.

HIGH FIVE® is Canada’s only quality assurance standard for organizations providing recreation and sport programs to children aged 6 to 12.

We focus on healthy child development. As a HIGH FIVE® Registered Organization, we are committed to implementing safety and quality measures for our children’s recreation and sport programs.

Discover the HIGH FIVE® difference!

Five principles of HIGH FIVE® programs

  1. A Caring Adult: positive interaction between staff and child
  2. Friends: inclusion and acceptance
  3. Play: fun, creative and cooperative
  4. Mastery: children feel they are special, important and succeeding
  5. Participation: choices to do things by and for themselves

Design Guidelines of HIGH FIVE® Programs:

These three guidelines are non-negotiable to ensure the emotional and physical safety of children. Programs for children must be:

  1. Safe
  2. Diverse and unique
  3. Developmentally appropriate

Financial Support – Ottawa Hand in Hand

Recreation & Culture Fee Support

The City of Ottawa offers help with program fees so that all residents can take part in recreation and culture activities regardless of their ability to pay. If you are already a participant in a community or social service agency program, or if you are an individual or family with a low-income, you may qualify for the Ottawa Hand in Hand recreation and culture fee support program.

To apply for the Ottawa Hand in Hand, Recreation and Culture Fee Support:

Step 1: Print the application form at home, or pick one up at most staffed recreation facility or at a Client Service Centre.

Step 2: Complete the application form.

Step 3: Bring the completed application form to your local recreation or cultural facility. A supervisor will review the application for approval.

More information on the fee support program:

  • Residents of all ages are eligible for Ottawa Hand in Hand, recreation and culture fee support.
  • Applications can only be approved at a recreation or cultural facility.
  • Residents are encouraged to apply for the Ottawa Hand in Hand fee support as early as possible before the program registration period. Each qualifying individual, or member of a family, is eligible for an annual amount of fee support ($175 per person).
  • Participants can register for recreation and culture programs or activities at any of the program registration locations across the City.
  • Applicants are encouraged to pay a minimum of 25 per cent of the program cost. A parent or guardian can transfer all, or a portion of their Ottawa Hand in Hand fee support entitlement to a child or children in their household.
  • Applications for Ottawa Hand in Hand, recreation and culture fee support are accepted at anytime.