1) A HOLIDAY INVITATION FROM ANGELA
3) NEW YEAR'S EVE IN OTTAWA TICKETS
4) SPOOKTACULAR HALLOWEEN FAMILY FUN
7) SHOW YOUR SUPPORT: STARRING CARA!
A HOLIDAY INVITATION FROM ANGELA
To purchase tickets to the New Year's Eve In Ottawa ballroom party go to NewYearsEveInOttawa!
What's also new for this year is the private members-only penthouse party! There will be a buffet dinner in the penthouse foyer, and DJ Paul "Bee Diddy" Hamilton will be spinning your requests all night long, and after dinner penthouse guests are also welcome to check out the ballroom.
The evening concluded with a variety of entertaining and educational experiments conducted by Professor Jeff Manthorpe of Carleton University. It all ended in a big bang...you'll need to watch the video to get a feel for it!
Details are still emerging, but the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services has also committed to providing support dollars to assist in supporting those living in the affordable homes.
This year's special guest was Barrister Solicitor Heather Perkins-McVey, an experienced courtroom lawyer specializing in areas that include criminal defence and mental health law. People with intellectual disabilities often fall victim to misunderstandings by law enforcement and the justice system, and it is important that they can protect themselves by exercising their basic human rights.
The United Way campaign is quickly coming to an end, and a directed contribution to LiveWorkPlay is a great way to get involved. The United Way is currently supporting both the ACES and Journeys programs, and recently featured a story about former Journeys participant Cara McGowan.