Here you will find local community resources to help with everything from issues with elder abuse, to school bus transportation. We have included contacts for your local representatives, including school boards and local trustees.
If you don’t see the information or the contact you need, please call our office at 613-823-2116 and we will be happy to help you out.
NROCRC Community Resource Centre
A community service organization servicing the Nepean, Rideau, and Osgoode area that helps connect vulnerable individuals and families to community resources and social programming. They are a non-profit charitable organization and their services and programs are free.
Visit the website: NROCRC
Rural Ottawa South Support Services (ROSSS)
A non-profit, charitable organization providing rural community support services and advocacy for the rights of both active and physically disabled seniors, adults with physical disabilities, and their caregivers.
Visit the website: ROSSS
Ottawa School Transportation Authority
The OSTA is responsible for overseeing the transportation options for students of the OCDSB and Ottawa Catholic School board.
Visit the website: Ottawa School Transportation Authority
West End Legal
A community legal clinic which serves low income residents by providing free legal advice, services and representation to those who meet their eligibility and geographic requirements.
Visit the website: West End Legal
A public transportation alternative for customers who are unable to take conventional transit (buses and O-Train) some or all of the time due to a disability.
Visit the website: Para Transpo
A public bus Transportation Services for the City of Ottawa
Visit the website: OC Transpo
The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board
The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board is the institution responsible for the operation of all English public schools in the city of Ottawa.
Visit the website: Ottawa Carleton District School Board
The Ottawa Catholic School Board
The Ottawa Catholic School Board is the institution responsible for the operation of all English Catholic schools in the city of Ottawa, Ontario and its governing body.
Visit the website: Ottawa Carleton Catholic School Board
Counseil des ecole public de’Est de L’Ontario
The public school board responsible for education in the French language in Eastern Ontario, including the Ottawa area.
Visit the website: Counseil des ecole publiques del’Est de L’Ontario
Counseil des ecoles Catholiques de langue francais du Centre-Est
The Catholic school board responsible for education in the French language in Eastern Ontario including the Ottawa area.
OCDSB School Trustees for Riding
Donna Blackburn, Barrhaven/ Knoxdale–Merivale
Website: Donna Blackburn Zone 3
Mark Fisher, Zone 7 Gloucester–South Nepean/ Osgoode/Gloucester–Southgate
Website: Mark Fisher
Dr Anita Olsen Harper, Zone 5
Website: Dr. Anita Olsen Harper Zone 5
OCCSB School Trustees for Riding
Elaine McMahon, Chairperson
Website: View list of schools
Zone 6 – Ward 8 College, Ward 9 Knoxdale-Merivale
Spencer Warren, PMP
CEPEO School Trustees
Secteur 12: Barrhaven, Kanata-Nord, Carleton-Ouest-March, Stittsville-Kanata-Ouest, Rideau-Goulbourn, Gloucester-Nepean-Sud et Kanata-Sud
École élémentaire publique Kanata
École secondaire publique Maurice-Lapointe
École élémentaire publique Michaëlle-Jean
École élémentaire publique Riverside Sud
Secteur 11 : Baie, Collège, Knoxdale-Merivale, Somerset, Kitchissippi et Rivière
École élémentaire publique Charlotte-Lemieux
École secondaire publique Omer-Deslauriers
CECCE School Trustees for Riding:
ZONE 5 – BARRHAVEN, KNOXDALE-MERIVALE, KITCHISSIPPI, RIDEAU-GOULBOURN, GLOUCESTER-NEPEAN-SOUTH
ZONE 10 – GLOUCESTER-SOUTHGATE, ALTA VISTA, OSGOODE, CBF UPLANDS
Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario
Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario AFO is a organization that oversees the cultural and political activities of the Franco-Ontarian community
AFCO Ottawa– An organization dedicating to promoting the Francophone community in Ottawa