The rising numbers of Canadian women participating in paid work has increased demands for high-quality affordable child care Ottawa programs across the nation. At the same time, social sciences and neurobiology developments have highlighted the crucial role played by the early childhood period in laying a solid foundation for long-term intellectual, behavioural, and emotional well-being of a child.
We all get into business with the goal of attracting and retaining customers. A constant flow of customers increases your business revenues and is an opportunity for your business to grow. There are many strategies that retailers apply to make sure that they keep their client base as well as create a new customer base. One of the commonly used strategies is the use of visual impression, mostly achieved through product packaging and displays. The first impression is key to how customers view your store in future. It is important to display your products in a way that will catch the attention of the client as soon as they walk in your store as well as motivate them to come back again. A number of things need to be done to ensure you create a regular customer base once their attention has been drawn to your products.
Today, Mayor Jim Watson and I presented the Mayor’s City Builder Award to Ms. Karen Secord for her outstanding community service to families and individuals who are assisted by the Parkdale Food Centre food bank. My office contributed 2 crock pots, some vegetables and yoghurt to the Food Centre. I would like to thank Hilson […]
On December 10th, after a year of working together and with over 300 people participating in its creation, the Scott Street Community Design Plan was unanimously recommended for approval by the City’s Planning Committee. This is a great achievement for our neighbourhoods – Mechanicsville, Hintonburg, Wellington Village and Champlain Park. All will benefit from protection […]
La version française suit The City of Ottawa is undertaking a zoning review to determine appropriate locations for new local commercial zones within urban residential neighbourhoods. Existing businesses such as mom-and-pop stores, barber shops, convenience stores and laundromats, often located in a zone which may not permit such businesses, will be reviewed as candidates for […]
On Wednesday, Janaury 15th, 2014, 7-9 PM in the upstairs meeting room at the Churchill Seniors Centre, I will be hosting a pre-consultation regarding development at 70 Richmond Road, currently home to Island Park Auto Sales. No application has been made at this site. This meeting will be the first step in a community discussion […]
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