April 23, 2018Super AdminComments 0
CCOC recently turned 40, and we’re excited to look back at some of the moments and memories that brought us to where we are today: a $240 million nonprofit housing corporation in the heart of Ottawa, home to almost 1,600 households.
June 30, 2016Erica ButlerComments 0
This spring, CCOC sent out surveys to all tenants to get your feedback about renting from us.
June 29, 2016Meg McCallumComments 0
On Tuesday, June 21, CCOC hosted an announcement about new funding for affordable housing in Ontario.
June 9, 2016Erica ButlerComments 0
This speech was originally delivered on behalf of CCOC President Bill Rooney at CCOC’s 2016 AGM on May 19, 2016.
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.
August 20, 2014Ray SullivanComments 0
This is a speech by Brian Atkinson, CCOC President 1975-76, delivered at our 10th birthday party in August 1984. It blew us away seeing how much is still relevant today, so we decided to share it.
September 17, 2012Meg McCallumComments 0
CCOC has had its eye on the Beaver Barracks property at Catherine, Metcalfe and Argyle for over twenty years. When we won the City’s request for proposals in July 2007, we were thrilled.
September 15, 2012Meg McCallumComments 0
CCOC built our first building at 50 James Street in 1979. This five storey building with twenty-two apartments has nine planter boxes where tenants grow vegetables, herbs and flowers.
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