February 24, 2016Natalia SnajdrComments 0
Sustainability is a supporting pillar of CCOC’s vision and mission.
January 4, 2016Ray SullivanComments 0
CCOC has a long tradition of working with local sponsors to house refugees and new immigrants.
November 26, 2015Ray SullivanComments 0
“You can’t cross a chasm in two hops.” I’ve seen that quote attributed to a few people. It’s posted on the cork board above my desk.
September 3, 2015Erica ButlerComments 0
CCOC hosted the launch of the City of Ottawa’s new recycling bag initiative at our 464 Metcalfe property on September 2, 2015.
August 11, 2015Erica ButlerComments 0
Several decades have passed since Carl Dow impatiently waited to learn how to fly, and Beaver Barracks has been transformed.
June 24, 2015Erica ButlerComments 0
While he may be new to the position of President, Bill Rooney is no stranger to the CCOC Board.
April 23, 2015Meg McCallumComments 0
For years, CCOC folk have been saying “wouldn’t it be great if someone would set up a tool library in Ottawa”.
April 15, 2015Meg McCallumComments 0
I started volunteering with CCOC in summer 2013. I was new to Ottawa and looking for opportunities to get involved in the community.
January 13, 2015Meg McCallumComments 0
We like to think we’re a pretty good non-profit developer, and that we’re really making a difference in closing Ottawa’s housing affordability gap.
October 14, 2014Meg McCallumComments 0
Four years ago, Ottawa’s Mayor and City Councillors made a bold, progressive policy move with a new investment of $14 million each year to address homelessness and to fight poverty.
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