Meetings from September 19 to 23


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Ottawa Board of Health – Monday, September 19 at 5 pm

Information: or 613-580-2424 x21544

  • Presentation by Dr. Daniel Myran – Cannabis poisoning in children following non-medical cannabis legalization
  • Chair of the Board of Health verbal report
  • Medical Officer of Health verbal report
  • Health equity, diversity and inclusion at Ottawa Public Health
  • Reconcili-Action plan update - Annual report
  • Results of the third-party review by Dr. Paul Gully of Ottawa Public Health’s COVID-19
  • Response recovery planning status update
  • Update on Ottawa Public Health’s 2022 fall immunization plan
  • Ottawa Public Health’s strategic plan for 2019-2022 – Update from Q2, 2022
  • 2022 operating and capital budget Q2 – Board of Health for the City of Ottawa Health unit status report
  • Delegation of authority – Contracts awarded from January 1 to June 30, 2022
  • Performance appraisal of Medical Officer of Health – In camera

Accessibility Advisory Committee – Tuesday, September 20 at 6 pm

Ottawa City Council – Wednesday, September 21 at 10 am

Planning Committee – Thursday, September 22 at 9:30 am

  • Development charge complaint – 1354, 1376 Carling Avenue (River, Ward 16)
  • Official plan and zoning by-law amendment – 1071 Ambleside Drive (Bay, Ward 7)
  • Zoning by-law amendment – 197 and 201 Wilbrod Street (Rideau-Vanier, Ward 12)
  • Application for new construction at 197 and 201 Wilbrod Street, properties designated under Part V of the Ontario Heritage Act as part of the Sandy Hill West Heritage Conservation District (Rideau-Vanier, Ward 1)
  • Zoning by-law amendment – 5725 Fernbank Road (Stittsville, Ward 6)

Ottawa Police Services Board – Friday, September 23 at noon
Information: 613-560-1270

  • Labour relations matter

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